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By Appointment. 




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EF YOU SHOP 






KEILLERS 

ALL OUR PRODUCTS ARE 
MADE ONLY FROM THE 
FINEST OF INGREDIENTS 

See our Windows 






Jute, Linen, and Cotton Goods, 

And BAGS and SACKS of all descriptions. 



A. & S. HENRY & CO., Ltd, 

DUNDEE, LIVERPOOL, LONDON, 

AND ELSEWHERE. 



Telephone Number: 5121, Branch Exchange. 
Telegraphic Address : " HENRYS, DUNDEE." 

JAFFE BROS. & GO. (DUNDEE) LTD. 

60 VICTORIA ROAD. DUNDEE. 



All Kinds of Jute, Flax, and Tow Yarns, Hessians, Sachs, 
Canvas, &c. 



Telephone No. 5171. Telegraphic Address: "JAFFE, DUNDEE." 

The Dundee Brattice Cloth and Waterproofing Co,, 

LIMITED 
(Successors to BRUCE & STURROCK), 

REGENT WORKS - DUNDEE. 

Manufacturers of BRATTICE CLOTH, WATERPROOF CANVASES, 

TARPAULIN COVERS, dc. 
Chemical Waterproof ers of Jute, Flax, and Cotton Materials. 



Telegraphic Address : "Brattice, Dundee." Telephone No. 4910. 




JVew yet Old 



^ Although the handsome reconstructed 
office of the National Bank, at the corner 
of Reform Street and Albert Square, em- 
bodies the most modern ideas in banking 
architecture, yet the old spirit of personal 
service remains, courteous as ever, but 
more helpful than before, because of the 
added accommodation. All classes of 
banking undertaken, but in particular 
Small Deposits of 1/- and upwards specially 
catered for. 



Asfy to see the novel Home Safes, 
^hese are in book form, and are 
obtainable in four colours — BLUE, 
RED, GREEN, and PLUM. 

Suitable as gifts. 

THE NATIONAL BANK OF SCOTLAND 

LIMITED, 

71 REFORM STREET, DUNDEE. 
Also 115 HIIalaTOWN and 16 COWGATE. 



GAS for the HOME or MANUFACTORY 

SMOKELESS! EVER READY! 
GIVES QUICK RESULTS! 

GAS FOR THE HOME. 

The spirit of coal transforms domestic drudgery into 
something pleasing and satisfactory. 

Whether you are planning a new home or remodelling 
your present one, see that it is adequately furnished with 
Heat. 

The radiant healthy rays emitted by the Modern Gas Fire 
are the next best thing to Nature herself — the Heat of the 
Sun. 

Let GAS be brought to the proper points for Cooker, 
Water Circulator, Wash Boiler, Washing Machine, 
Refrigerator, Gas Iron, or Gas Poker 

Then turn the tap and Gas will do the rest. 

GAS FOR THE MANUFACTORY. 

In Industry the use of GAS improves Quality, quickens 
Output, reduces Costs, and makes for all-round efficiency 
of Manufacture of every kind of goods. 

In all phases of Industry the use of Gas at the special 
Industrial Rates at which it is available will be found 
worthy of consideration. 

Enquire for Special Scale of Charges for Industrial Gas. 



Apply for our attractive Cash and Hire Purchase Terms 
for Domestic Appliances. 



Showroom : Showroom: 

20 BARRACK STREET, 444 BROOK STREET, 

Telephone 4066. BROUGHTY FERRY, 

Extension 39. Telephone No. 7244. 

THE GAS ENGINEER'S OFFICE, 

EAST DOCK STREET, 

Phone 4066-7. DUNDEE. 



THE 

DUNDEE 
PRIVATE NURSING HOME, 

MARRBANK, 

DUDHOPE STREET, DUNDEE. 

SURGICAL. MEDICAL. 

MATERNITY. 

QUIET, CENTRAL HOME 
ESTABLISHED 30 YEARS 
RECONSTRUCTED 1926. 

THE DUNDEE TRAINED 
NURSES' ASSOCIATION. 

REGISTRY OF TRAINED AND 
RECOMMENDED NURSES 
FOR PRIVATE NURSING :: 

THE MISSES L. & K. A. LITTLE. 

Phone Miss L. Little, 

4547. principal. 



Telegrams : 
"COWPER, 
DUNDEE." 



D.P.&L 



Telephone 
No. 3075. 




CARGO SERVICES: 

DUNDEE to LONDON, HULL, NEWCASTLE, 

MIDDLESBROUGH, SOUTHAMPTON, 

and PORTSMOUTH. 

KIRKCALDY to 
HULL, NEWCASTLE, SOUTHAMPTON. 

LEITH to SOUTHAMPTON, PORTSMOUTH, and 
TREPORT. 

HULL to NEWCASTLE, KIRKCALDY, MONTROSE, 
BERWICK, and MORAY FIRTH PORTS. 

SOUTHAMPTON to DUNKIRK. 

RIVER SERVICES: 

DUNDEE and PERTH. LEITH and KIRKCALDY. 

PASSENGER SERVICE: 

BETWEEN 

DUNDEE and LONDON. 

WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. 



For "Particulars of Sailings see 'Daily Newspapers. 
THE 

DUNDEE, PERTH, & LONDON SHIPPING CO., 

LIMITED, 

D. P. & L. BUILDINGS, DUNDEE. 

RALPH C. COWPER, General Manager. 




A DUNDEE INDUSTRY. 

♦ 

Reliable far Wear 

of every description is designed and manufactured 
here in great variety, and an extensive choice of 
moderately priced garments may be had at all 
times. 

Remodelling at Lowest Rates. 

If your Furs are in need of repair, or if you should 
desire a change of shape, let us advise and submit 
an Estimate of Cost to bring them up to date. 

♦ ♦ 

Reduced prices are quoted during the Summer months for ZNieu) 
Qarments, also for all Remodelling and Renovation Work.. 



Telephone 
4727. 




ESTABLISHED 

FUR MANUFACTURING BUSINESS 

NORTH OF THE FORTH 



Telegrams: 

"FURS," 

Dundee. 



43. REFORM STREET. DUNDEE 



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Established 1815. 



Telephone 3397 Head Office 

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DUNDEE SAVINGS BANK 

(Certified under the Act of 1863). 

DEPOSITS OF ONE SHILLING RECEIVED. 

Rates of Interest, 2± and 4% 

Government Annuity and Stock Business Transacted. 

Full Information as to Deposits, &c, on enquiry at 

any office. 

Business transacted by Post. 

Branches : 

146 Princes Street. 55 High Street, Lochee. 

181 Hawkhill. 1 Stirling Street. 

84 Fort Street, Broughty Ferry. 

Also at Brechin: 10 St Mary Street. 

And St Andrews : Church Street. 

HEAD OFFICE: 

2 EUCLID STREET, DUNDEE, 

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JAMES ROSS, 

27 COMMERCIAL STREET, 
DUNDEE. 



"FIRST AID" FIRE FIGHTING 

and 

PROTECTION APPARATUS of all Kinds. 



FIRE HOSE and ACCESSORIES. 



FIRE EXTINGUISHERS and CHARGES of all Types. 



AUTOMATIC FIRE ALARMS. 



AUTOMATIC FIRE ESCAPES. 



Established 1886. Phones: {^use 3771." 

D. T. PATTERSON, 

(18 Years Lecturer on Building Work at Heriot-Watt 
College, Edinburgh,) 

Builder and Contractor, 

4 SOAPWORK LANE, 
DUNDEE. 



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Estimates Furnished 
for All Kinds of Masonry and Brick Work. 



High-Class Cut Stone Work a Speciality. 

Jobbing Promptly. Executed. 

Expert in Drainage Work. 

Bakers' Ovens Built and Repaired. 



ENGINE SEATS OF STONE OR CONCRETE. 

EXPERT REPORTS on RESTORATION WORK. 

ALL BUILDING MATERIAL STOCKED. 



PETROL TANKS OF ANY SIZE OR TYPE BUILT IN. 



fertybrae 
Nursing Home 



Limited. 



"Directors : 

GEORGE BONAR. 

Sir WILLIAM HENDERSON, C.B., LL.D. 

M. WINSTANLEY. 



3HCedical. Surgical. 
SKCaternity. 

tJXtassage and ^M.edical Electricity. 

c Plomhiere treatment & dM,edical Baths. 

Outdoor purses Supplied. 



Fernbrae, 
Perth Road, Dundee. 

Telephone 2929. 



MECHANICAL and ELECTRICAL 

NGINEERS and MACHINE MAKERS 

SOUTH ST ROQUE'S WORKS, 



MAKERS OF 



Mill, Factory, 
and Engineers' 
FURNISHERS 

and EXPORTERS. 



ENGINES, SHAFTING, AND GEARING, 

Sack Cutting, Sewing, and 
Printing Machines, 

OVERHEAD HAND-STITCH, 
CHAIN STITCH ( u ^§£gS ohl ) l 
STRAIGHT-STITCH SEWING MACHINES 
and HEMMING MACHINES. 

UNITING MACHINES. 

CHOCOLATE MACHINERY. 



Sole Agents fob 

WALRUS FIBRE SLIVER CANS 
COP BOXES, BOBBIN SKIPS, &c. 



SPECIALITIES— 

BELTING, PICKERS 



Machine Parts. Brands and 
Typefor Printing Machines. 

Sole Makers 

Kinmond & Kidd Patent 

MULTICOLOUR 



k ^^X \ Sack Printing Machine. 
*^ \ Numbering Machine 

^f \ MACDONALO PATENT 
^ \ PRINTING 
\^ \ MACHINE 

^ j&_ \ for Printing 

BOBBINS, SHUTTLES, JUTE \^ xTttoT 
KNIVES, FILES, BOLTS, &c. &c. \ ^\ 

MACDONALD PATENT \ ^^J 

COMBINED PRINTING Ml GUTTING MACHINE. \ ♦ 



Oper- 
ation 



OILS. SACK PRINTING PAINTS. 



Telephone 6008. 



Tklegrams : "Medalist," Dundee. 



%\it British ^ato 

Insurance Company Limited 



HEAD OFFICE: 31-2 KING STREET, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON, E.C.2. 

J. C. CORNELIUS, MANAGER AND SECRETARY. 



FIRE. 

Householders' Comprehensive Policies. 
Loss of Profits due to Fire, Employers' Liability, 
Personal Accident, Burglary, Fidelity Guarantee, 

Third Party, Motors, Lifts, Boilers, 
Property Owners' Indemnity, Glass Breakage, 

Live Stock. 
Solicitors' Indemnity, Marine, Executor and Trustee. 



EDINBURGH BOARD. 

Chairman : J. H. Jameson, Esq., W.S. (Messrs Boyd, Jameson, & Young, W.S.), Leith. 
J.A.S.MllxAR,Esq.,M.V.O.,W.S.(MessrBRussell&Dunlop,W.S.)Edinburgh 
H. H. Monteath, Esq., W.S. (Messrs Home & Lyell, W.S.), Edinburgh. 



DUNDEE BOARD. 



Chairman: Jas. A. Graham, Esq., Solicitor (Messrs J. A. & T. Graham, Solicitors), 
Dundee. 
H. Victor Neill, Esq.,Solicitor(MessrsNeill&Gibb,Solicitors),Arbroath. 
T. K. Douglas, Esq., Solicitor (Messrs J. & J. Ogilvie, Solicitors), Dundee. 



Branch Office: 34 QUEEN STREET, EDINBURGH. 

JAS. H. MCROBERT, A.C.I. I., DISTRICT SECRETARY. 



APPLICATIONS FOR AGENCIES ARE INVITED. 

Full Particulars of Terms and other Information may be obtained at the above 
Branch Office, or from 

Messrs J. A. & T. GRAHAM, Solicitors, 

2 UNION STREET, DUNDEE, 
and 

Messrs J. & J. OGILVIE, Solicitors, 
13 ALBERT SQUARE. DUNDEE. 



T)o You Know ? 
that 

HUNTER'S 

Specialise in all Branches of 

UPHOLSTERY WORK 

Blinds and Rollers Renewed 
or Repaired at very Reason- 
able Charges. Curtains and 
Curtain Rails Fitted 

Splendid Selection of 

CARPETS , 

Loose Cover Work a Speciality. 



PHONE 6061. 



Estimates Gladly Given. 




" TORBINE" patent FURNACE 

FOR ALL TYPES OF BOILERS. 




BOILER EFFICIENCY. FUEL ECONOMY. 

"EXTENSION" GRATE for easy cleaning of fires 
and prevention of smoke. 



Full details from Phones 6091-2. 

D. N. FLEMING & CO.. 

17 MEADOW STREET, DUNDEE. 



EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL 

for the Home, Office, Factory, or Workroom, at the 

"ELECTRIC HOUSE." 

Large selection of Electrical Domestic Appliances, 

Electric Irons, Kettles, Vacuum Sweepers, 

Toasters, Standard Lamps, Shades, and Electric 

Bulbs always in Stock. 

Every class of Electrical Repair Work undertaken 

at keenest prices. All work carried out by skilled 

craftsTien. 

Proprietors — Telephone 4250 

MARSHALL, HUTTON & GO. 

110 NETHERGATE :: DUNDEE 




TAYSIDE PRINTING WORKS. 

The Most Complete and Efficient in the North of Scotland. 

BURNS & HARRIS, Ltd. 

MANUFACTURING STATIONERS, 
COMMERCIAL AND COLOUR PRINTERS, 

AND LITHOGRAPHERS, 
BOOKBINDERS, 

DIE-STAMPERS, 

PAPER-RULERS. 

Specialities : Colour Printing and Offset Lithography. 

TAYSIDE PRINTING WORKS, 
DUNDEE. 

RETAIL WAREHOUSE and OFFICE: 

112 NETHERGATE. 



Telephone No. 
3091 (2 lines). 



Telegraphic Address : 
*' Tayside, Dundee." 



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THE 



DUNDEE DIEECTOEY 

1932-1933, 



INCLUDING 



MONIFIETH, CARNOUSTIE, NEWPORT, TAYPORT, 

AND THK 

RURAL DISTRICT IN THE VICINITY OF DUNDEE 

ACCOMPANIED BY A 

PLAN OF GREATER DUNDEE 

(WITH MINIATURE PLAN OF REGISTRATION DISTRICTS), 

ALSO 

PLANS OF MONIFIETH, CARNOUSTIE, NEWPORT AND WORIWIT, 
AND TAYPORT. 




DUNDEE: 
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY BURNS & HARRIS, LTD, 

112 Nethergate. 

1932. 



Price 10s 6d. 




CONTENTS. 



General Notice, ... ... 

Municipal Ward Boundaries, 

List of Streets, Squares, Lanes, Entries, &c, 
Public Offices, Buildings, Parks, &c, ... 

Municipal Lists, ... 

Judicial Lists, ... 

Banking and Insurance Lists, 

Property and Investment Companies, 

Public Conveyances, 

Ecclesiastical Lists, 

Educational and Literary Institutions, 
Charitable and Benevolent Institutions, 

Miscellaneous Lists, 

Harbour and Shipping Lists, 

Postal Directory, 

Dundee Street Directory, 

General Directory, 

Trades and Professions Directory, 

Monifieth Directory, ... 

Trades and Professions Directory, 

Carnoustie Directory, 

Trades and Professions Directory, 

Newport and Wormit Directory, 

Trades and Professions Directory, 

Tayport Directory, ... 

Trades and Professions Directory, . 

Rural District Directory, 

Index to Advertisements, Page 



70 of 



PAGE 

13 
17 

18 

34 

43 

58 

64 

69 

71 

74 

90 

101 

114 

136 

140 

162 

436 

860 

934 

949 

951 

972 

975 

998 

1001 

1015 

1018 

Advertisements 



Plan of Greater Dundee (including Miniature 

Plan of Registration Districts), ... Preceding Title 
Monifieth, Facing page 944 

Carnoustie, ,, ,, 960 

Newport and Wormit, ,, ,, 992 

Tayport, ,, ., 1008 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

Aberdeen and Banff Assocn. - 100 
Abstainers' Club - - - 125 

Addendum - - - 1039 

Aerated Water Manufacturers' 

Association - - - 128 

Aero and Gliding Club - - 119 
Africa, Heart of, Mission - - 89 
Aged Christian Friend Society - 106 

Seaman's Institution - 108 

i Homes of Eest for - 106, 107 

Agricultural Associations - - 130 
Air Mail Services - - - 155 
Airmen, Employment of - - 134 
Albert Institute - - - - 99 
Alliance of Honour - - - 88 

Trust Co., Ltd. - - 69 

Allotment Gardens, Vegetable 47, 115 

Association, Monifieth 947 

Ambulance Assoc, St Andrew's- 108 

Monifieth. - 948 

Amphibious Ancients - - 119 

Analyst, Public - - - 45 

Angling Clubs - - - - 115 
Angus Agricultural Association - 130 



Christian Union 
County Council 
Police 



- 88 

- 50 

- 47 
- — Justices of the Peace - 62 

"War Pensions Committee 109 

Animals, Prevention of Cruelty 

to 107 

Appeal Court, Licensing - - 58 
Approved Societies - - 52 

Arcade Property Co. , Ltd. - 69 

Architect, City - - - - 45 
Architects, Dundee Institute of - 99 
Armitstead Trust - - - 98 
Art Association, Fine - - 99 

Bequest, Duncan - - 97 

Gallery .... 99 

School of ---. 92 

Society - - - - 99 

Artillery - - - - - 132 
Ashludie Sanatorium - - - 102 
Assessor, City - - - - 45 
Asylum, Royal Lunatic - - 103 
Athletic and Gymnastic Clubs - 116 
Automobile Association - - 119 
Bailie or Burgh Court - - 58 

Bailies 43 

Bakers' Association, Master - 129 
Bakery Students' Association - 100 
Baldovan Institution - - - 103 
Band of Hope Union - - 89 

Bands, Instrumental - 121, 970, 1015 
Bank Holidays - - - - 73 
Bankers' Association, Scottish - 68 



Carnoustie 

Monifieth 

Newport - 

Tayport - 

Bannatyne Home of Rest - 
Banns, Proclamation of 
Baptist Churches 
Baths Committee 

Superintendent 

Public 

Beach Mission Sick Nursing 
Beekeepers' Association 
Beerbottlers' Association . 
Bellringers' Association 
Belmont Castle Home 
Benevolent Institutions 

Society, Grocers' 

Mariners' 



.*$ • 

• ' PAGE 

- 64, 155 
- 969 



IT 



Trust, Bro'ty Ferry 



- 949 

- 998 
1014 

- 102 

- 47 

- 78 

- 44 

- 46 

- 120 

- 102 

- 115 

- 128 

- 120 

- 107 

- 101 

- 128 

- 108 

- 103 
Bible Society (Dundee Auxiliary) 88 

Students, Associated - 88 

Association - 88 

BishopForbesConvalescentsTrust 102 
Black Watch - - - - 133 

Association - - 133 

Memorial Home - 110 

Blind, Hostel for - - - 107 

Mission to the Out-Door 108 

Persons' Pensions - - 55 

Royal Dundee Instit. for - 107 

School - - - - 107 

Board of Trade Office - - 136 

Boarding Houses 91, 93, 107, 864 
Boating Clubs - - - 119, 997 
Bog Mission - - - - 84 
Booksellers, Natl. Federation of- 128 
Bootmakers' Association - - 128 
Border Counties Association - 100 
Boundaries, Municipal Ward - 17 
Bowling Clubs 118, 948, 969, 997, 1014 

Greens - - 31, 46 

Boxing Assoc. , Scottish Amateur 116 
Boy Scouts - - - 87, 948 

Boys' and Girls' Religious Associat. 84 

Brigades - - - - 86 

Homes - - - - 104 

British Canadian Trust Co. , Ltd. 69 

Dental Association - - 127 

Electrical Develop. Assoc. 128 

Legion - - - 134 

Medical Association - 125 

Red Cross Society 108, 947, 970 

Women's Temp. Assoc. - 89 

Brotherhoods - - - - 88 
Broughty Ferry Club - - 114 
Merchants' Soc'ty 132 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

Bro'ty Ferry Ratepayers 1 Assn. 132 
Buffaloes, Royal Order of 123, 970 
Builders' Association, Master - 129 
Building Societies - - - 69 
Burgh Insurance Committee - 51 
Burial Grounds - - - - 47 

Collecting Society, Dundee 65 

Burns Clubs - - - 100, 970 



Bursaries ... 

Bus Stances ... - 

Business Club - 

Training Colleges 

Butchers' Association 
Cab Regulations 
Cadet Company 
Cage Bird Societies - 
Caird Hall Committee 

Home for Queen's Nurses - 

Caledonia Hall Mission 
Caledonian Property Investment 

Co., Ltd. - 
Caledonian Pipe Band 
Cameron Highlanders' Assoc. 
Camperdown Curling Club - 
Canine Club . . . 
Carnoustie Directors - 
Plan of - 



94 

72 
114 

95 
128 

71 
133 
121 

44 
105 

84 

69 
121 
133 
118 
121 
951 
960 
72 
73 
130 



Carriers, Country 

Railway 

Carse of Gowrie Dairy Co. 

Carting Contractors' Association 128 

Catholic Apostolic Church 

Choral Union 

Girls' Home 



Young Men's Society 

Cemeteries 

Committee 

Superintendent of 

Cemetery Company - 

Forgan 

Central Mission - 

Property Co., Ltd. 

Chamber of Commerce 



- 120 

- 107 

- 99 

- 47 

- 44 

- 45 

- 125 

- 996 

- 84 

- 69 

- 127 



-Commer- 



cial Education Committee - 95 
Chamber Music Club - - - 120 
Charitable Institutions - - 101 

Mortifications - - 110 

Charity Organisation Society - 103 
Chemists' Association - - 127 

Chess Club, Dundee - - - 121 
Children,Preventionof Cruelty to 105 
Children's Court - - - 58 

— Free Br'kfast Mission 105 
46 
106 
47 
104 
105 
107 
101 
120 
77 



PAGE 

- 84 



-Gymnasia - 
-Holiday Homes - 
-Home, Duncarse 
Comerton 



-(Invalid) Aid Assocn. 
-Refuge 



Christian Endeavour Union 
Science Society - - 88 

Union, Angus - - 88 

Church of Christ - 78 

Officers - 79 

Officials - 79 

of Scotland Churches - 74 

Girls' Assoc. 87 

Social Work 107 

■ Y.M.'s Guild 86 

Sisters' Association - 88 



Cholera Hospital 
Choral Societies 
Christian Church 



Churches 74 

— Carnoustie and Barry - 971 

Monifieth - - - 949 

Newport and Wormit - 997 

Tayport - - 1015 

Young Men's Club - - 88 

Cine Society - - - - 99 
Cinema Theatres 873, 949, 972, 1016 
Citizens' Association, Women 132,1014 
City Officials - - - - 45 
Cleansing Committee - - 44 

Department - - 47 

Superintendent - - 46 

Clergy (see Churches) 

Clerks' Association - - - 129 
Clothing Society - - - 106 

Clubs, Abstainers' - - - 125 

Aero and Gliding - - 119 

Angling - 115 

Athletic - - - - 116 

Boating - - - 119, 997 

Bowling 118,948,969,997,1014 

Boxing - - - - 116 

Broughty Ferry - - 114 

Burns - - m - 100, 970 

Business - *- - 114 

Canine - - - - 121 

Chess - - - - 121 

■ ■ Conservative - - - 130 

Cosmopolitan - - - 114 

Cricket - - - - 115 

Curling - 118, 948, 969, 1014 

Cycling - - - - 119 

Dance - 117 

Dental - - - - 127 

Eastern - 114 

Esperanto - - - 100 

Ex-Service Men's - 134, 1014 



Fencing - 

Football - 

Fur and Feather - 

Games 

Golf 115, 948, 970, 99 

Grampian 

Gymnastic 

Harrier - - - 

Hockey 

Imperial 

Lacrosse - 

Lawn Tennis 

Liberal - 

Medical - 



116 
115 
121 
116 
1014 
100 

- 116 

- 119 

- 116 

- 114 

- 118 

- 117,948,969 

- 131, 997, 1015 
■ 125 



INDEX. 



Clubs, Men's 

Motor - 

Music 

— New and Angus 

Newport - 

Orlomel International 

Panmure 

Psychology 

Rambling 

■ Rifle 

Rotary - 

Social 

Soroptimist - 

Swimming 

Toe H - 

Union 

Unionist 

West End Churches 

Western 

■ Yacht - 

Coal Merchants' Association 

Supply Association - 

Coffee-houses, Working Men's - 
College of Nursing, - 

■ — Teachers' Training 

Technical - 

University - 

Colleges, Business Training 
Comerton Children's Home 
Commerce, School of 
Commercial Colleges - 
Education Com'ittee 

— Motor Users' Assoc. 
Travellers' Assoc. 



PAGE 

98 
119, 948 

- 120 

- 114 

- 996 

- 114 

- 969 

- 127 

- 119 

- 132 

- 114 

- 98 

- 132 

- 119 

- 115 

- 969 

- 130 



- 114 

- 120 

- 129 

- 129 

- 125 

- 127 

- 93 

- 92 

- 90 

- 95 

- 104 

- 94 

- 95 
95 

128 
129 
132 
100 

77 
130 

45 
134 
134 



Communist Party 

Comunn Nam Fineachan - 

Congregational Union Churches 

Conservative Club 

Constable, Chief 

Consular Corps 

Consuls and Vice-Consuls - 

Consumption, Sanatoriums for - 101 

Convalescent Home - - - 102 

Convalescents Trust - - - 102 

Co-operative Assoc, Carnoustie 971 

Coal Association - 129 

Soc, Agricultural- 130 

Corinthian Boating Club - - 119 
Cosmopolitan Club - - - 114 
Councillors - - - - 43 

Country Carriers - - - 72 

Dance Society, Scottish 117 

County Councillors, Angus - 50 

Carnoustie - 969 

Fifeshire - 51 

■ Monifieth - 946 

Newport - 996 

Perthshire - 50 

Courts 58 

Cricket Clubs - - - - 115 
Cripple Children Aid Assocn. - 105 
Cruelty to Animals,Prevention of 107 
Children, Prevention of 105 



Curling Clubs 



Monifieth 
Panmure 

Scotscraig 



Curr Night Refu^ 

Customs and Excise - 

Cycling Clubs 

Dairy Co. , Carse of Cowrie 

Dairymen's Association 

Day Nurseries - 

Deaf and Dumb Institution 

Mission to Adult 108 

School for the - 92 

Dean of Guild Courts 58,969,996, 1014 



PAGE 

- 118 

- 948 

- 969 
1014 

- 103 

- 63 

- 119 

- 130 

- 130 
35, 105 

- 108 



Dental Association, British 
Club 

Health Association 
Hospital - 



127 
127 

- 127 

- 107 

- 109 

- 130 

- 136 



Dependants' Assoc. , Soldiers' 
Dock Labour Committee - 

Masters 

Domestic Mission, Parish Church 106 
Dramatic Societies - - 120, 970 
Drapers' & Clothiers' Associate. 129 
Draughts Association, Angus - 121 
Dudhope Museum - - - 99 
Dunalistair Home -. : - 110 

Duncan Art Bequest - - 97 

Duucarse Children's Home - 47 

Dundee, Aberdeen, Banff, and 

Kincardine Association - 100 
Dundee & Arbroath Joint Railway 71 

Glasgow Association 100 

London Invest. Trust - 69 

Earl Haig Relief Fund - - 109 
East House - - - - 47 

Eastern Club - - - - 114 

Star - - - - 123 

Ecclesiastical Lists - - - 74 
Economic Building Societies - 69 
Economics, School of - - 94 

Education Committee - - 44 

— Director of - - 45 

Com'ttee, Commercial 95 

Educational Assoc, Workers' - 98 

Institute of Scotland 98 

Institutions - - 90 

Mortifications - - 96 

Trust - - - 94 

Electors' Association, Municipal 132 

Electrical Development Assoc 128 

— Engineer - - - 45 

44 

54 

54 

53 

54 

45 

100 



Electricity Committee 
Employment Advisory Corns. 

Committee - 

Court of Referees 

Exchange 

Engineer, City - - - - 
Engineers, Institute of 
Engineering Employers' Assocn. 127 
English Association - - - 100 
Episcopal Churches, Scottish - 76 
-— Social Service Board - 107 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

Esperanto Group - - - 100 
Evangelistic Association - - 84 
Excise and Customs - - - 63 
Ex-Service Men's, Limbless, Assoc. 109 

Relief Com'tee 109 

Club, Tayport 1014 

Assoc. , Wormit 997 

- Welfare Club - 134 

108 

100 

44 

129 

63 

59 

92 

70 

130 

134 

106 

106 

116 

73 

51 

63 

99 

99 

99 

47 

948 

1015 



Eye Institution - 
Fabian Society - 
Factorial Committee - 
Factors' Association - 
Factory Inspectors 
Faculty of Procurators 
Fairmuir Special School 
Fairs and Markets 
Farmers' Union, National 
Fascio, Italian - 
Female Rescue Home 

Society 

Fencing Club 

Festivals 

Fifeshire County Council 

Sheriff -Officers 

Film Society 

Fine Art Association - 

Galleries 

Fire Brigade 

Monifieth 

Tayport 

Fishermen, Shipwrecked, Society 108 
Flax and Jute Manufact. Assoc. 127 

Warehouses - 33 

Fleming Trust - - - - 113 
Floorcloth and Linoleum Co. - 129 
Flower Mission to Sick Poor - 105 
Football Clubs - - - - 115 
Foremen's Mutual Benefit Socy. 129 
Foresters, Order of - - - 122 

Carnoustie - 970 

Tayport 1015 

— ■ Irish National - - 122 

Forfarshire Building Society - 69 

Cricket Club - - 115 

■ Football Association 115 

Homing Pigeon Soc. 121 

■ Labour Party - - 131 

Liberal Association - 131 

Medical Association 125 

Rifle Clubs - - 132 

UnionistOrganizati'n 970 

Franco-Scottish Society - - 100 
Free Breakfast Mission - - 105 

Church of Scotland - - 76 

Libraries - - - - 99 

French Circle - - - - 100 
Friendly Societies Council- - 121 
Funeral Society, Lochee - - 125 
Fur and Feather Club - - 121 
Furniture Manufacturers' Assoc. 129 
Gaelic Associations - - - 100 

Musical Association - 120 

Games Club, Broughty Ferry - 116 



PAGE 

Garden City Associations - 47, 69 
Gardens, Vegetable Allotment - 47 



Working Men's 



Gardeners' Lodges 
Gas Committee - 

Engineer and Manager 

Gasfitters' Association 
General Directory 
Geographical Society - 
Gerard Cottage Hospital - 
German Circle - 
Girl Guides 
Girls' Association 

Boarding-House 

Guildry 

Homes, Catholic 

Gliding Club - 
Golf Clubs, 

Carnoustie 

Monifieth - 

Scotscraig 

Wormit Bay 



115 

- 121 

- 44 

- 45 

- 128 

- 436 

- 100 

- 947 

- 100 

- 85 

- 87 
105, 107 

- 87 

- 107 

- 119 

- 115 

- 970 

- 948 
1014 

- 997 



-CourseCom'ittee, Carnoustie 970 
Public - 46 



-Links Management, Monifieth 948 



Good Templar Lodges 



Monifieth 



125 
948 
84 
100 
128 
106 
128 
128 



Gospel Temperance Mission 

Grampian Club 

Greenmarket Stallholders' Assoc 

Grey Lodge Settlement 

Grocers' Associations - 

Benev olent Society 

Guild Courts - 58, 969," 996, 1014 

49 

46 

116 

116 

71 



Guildry Incorporation 
Gymnasia for Children 
Gymnasium, Public - 
Gymnastic Societies - 
Hackney Carriage Regulations 
Hairdressers, National Federation 129 
Half Holiday, Shops Act - - 56 
Halifax Building Society - - 69 
Halls - - - - - 34, 41 



Harbour and Shipping Lists 
Harriers, Thistle 
Head Teachers' Association 
Health Committee, Public 

Department for Scotland 

Insurance, National 

Medical Officers of - 

Societies 

Workers' Association 



136 
119 



Healthy Life Society 
Heart of Africa Mission 
Hibernians Friendly Society 
High Court 

School 

Cadet Company 

Highland Societies 
Highlanders' Battalions 
Hockey Association - 
Teams - 



44 

51 

51 

45, 51 

- 52 

- 105 

- 127 

- 89 

- 122 

- 58 

- 92 

- 133 

- 100 

- 133 

- 116 

- 116 



Holiday Fello'ship Ram'ling Club 119 



INDEX. 



Holiday Home, Bannatvne 

Children's - 

Y.W.C.A. - 



PAGE 

- 102 

- 106 

- 96 

- 73 

- 102 

- 107 

- 104 

- 107 

- 106 

- 104 

- 102 

- 110 

- 47 

- 106 
106, 107 

- 102 



Holidays - 
Home, Bannatyne 

Belmont Castle 

Boys' 

Catholic Girls' 

Children's Holiday 

Comerton 

— — Convalescent - 

Dunalistair 

Duncarse Children's 

Female Rescue 

Girls' - 

for Incurables 

Invalid Children's Holiday 105 

Jessiman Holiday - 96 

Labour - 107 

Newport Children's - 104 

of Rest, Broughty Ferry 106 

Sailors' - - - - 108 

St Mary's - - - 106 

Salvation Army - - 107 

— "Working Boys' - - 104 

Girls' - 105, 107 

— Lads' - - 107 

102, 914 
- 121 



Homes, Nursing 

Homing Pigeon Society 

Honour, Alliance of - -88 

Horticultural Society, Dundee - 115 

Carnoustie 971 

Monifleth 947 

Hospital, Dental - - - 107 

Fund & Johnston's B'q'st 111 

Gerard Cottage - - 947 

■ Infant - - - - 105 

Kingscross - - - 101 

Maryfield - 47 

Master- - - - 43 

Maternity - - - 101 

Mental . . 47 

Royal Victoria - - 102 

— Smallpox and Cholera - 101 

Women's - - - 102 

Hostels - - 91, 93, 107, 897 

Hotels 897 

Housing Committee - - - 44 

Association - - - 70 

Humane Society - - - - 119 
Imbeciles, Baldovan Instn. for - 103 
Imperial Club - 114 

Income Tax Assessor - - - 63 

Taxpayers' Society - 129 

Incurables, Home for - - 102 

Victoria Hospital for 102 

Independent Church - - - 77 

Labour Party 132, 1015 

Indigent Gentlewomen's Fund - 106 

Sick Society- - -106 

Industrial Schools Society - - 104 

Welfare Society - 98 

Infant Hospital - 105 



Infirmary, Royal 
Inland Revenue - 



Valuation Dept. 



PAGE 

- 101 

- 63 

51 
51 

52 



Insurance Act, National 

Approved Societies 

Companies and Agents 64 

Brokers and Surveyors 68 

Institute - - - 68 

Medical Benefit Com 

Committee 



Pharmacists' Com. 

Unemployment - 

International Bible Students 
Club, Orlomel 



51 

52 

127 

53 



- 114 



Invalid Children's AidAssociation 105 
Investment Companies, Property 69 



Irish National Foresters 

Iron and Steel Stockholders 

Ironmongers' Federated Assoc. 

Italian Fascio 

Jessiman Holiday Home - 

Johnston's Bequest 

Joiners' Association, Master 

Joint Stock Co. - 

Judicial Lists ... 

Justice of Peace Courts 

Officers 

Justices of the Peace 



Angus 
Carnoustie 
Monifieth - 
Newport 
Perthshire - 
Tayport 



122 

70 

128 

134 

96 

111 

129 

69 

58 

60 

63 

60 

62 

969 

947 

996 

62 

1014 



Justiciary, High Court of - - 58 
Jute and Flax Manufacturers' 

Association - 127 

Jute and Flax Warehouses - 33 

Importers' Association - 127 

Merchants' Association - 127 

Spinners' Association - - 127 

Juvenile Employm't Committee 54 
Kikuyu Mission - - - - 89 
Kincardine and Aberdeen Assoc. 100 
Kingscross Hospital - - - 101 
Kirk Master - - - - 43 
Knights of St Columba - - 122 
Labour Exchanges - - - 54 

Home - - - - 107 

Party - - - - 131 

Forfarshire - - 132 

Independent - 132 

Indpt., Tayport 1015 

League of Youth - 135 

Lacrosse Club - 118 

Ladies' Golf Clubs - 115, 948, 970 

Union - - - - 105 

Work Society - - 106 

Landlords' and Factors' Assoc. - 129 
Lands Valuation - - - 57 
Laundries 899 



Laundry Associations ■ 
Law Committee 



- 129, 130 
- 44 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

Lawn Tennis Courts, Public - 46 

Clubs 117, 948, 969, 997 

Leaders of Psalmody - - - 79 
League of Nations Union 135,970,1015 
Legalised Police Cells - - 106 
Liberal Association - - - 131 

Bro'ty Ferry 131 

Carnoustie - 970 

Forfarshire 



— Forgan 
— Monifieth 
— Newport 
— Tayport 
-Wormit 



Club, Newport 
■ Tayport 



131 
997 
948 
997 
1015 
997 
997 
1015 
131 

99 
100 
128 

58 

51 
108 

86 
119 
136 
109 
127 
129 
100 
131 

89 



Liberals, League of Young 
Libraries, Free - 
Library, Subscription 
Licensed Grocers' Association 
Licensing Court of Appeal 
Lieutenancy - - - ■ 
Lifeboat Institution - 

Life Boys 

Life-Saving Societies - 
Light Keepers, River Tay - 
Limbless Ex-Service Men's Assoc 
Linen Merchants' Association • 
Linoleum and Floorcloth Co. 
Literary Association, Lochee 

Society, Unionist 

Livingstonia Mission - 
Lloyd's Surveyors - - - 68 
Loans, Registrar of - - - 45 
Local Advisory Committees - 54 
Lodges— Buffaloes - - 123, 970 

Foresters' - 122, 970, 1015 

Gardeners' - - - 121 

Good Templar - 125, 948 

Hibernians' - - - 122 

Irish Natl. Foresters' - 122 

Masonic - 122, 984, 970 

Oddfellows' - - - 122 

Rechabites' - - - 124 

Shepherds' - 123, 948, 970 

London College of Music - - 120 

Midland & Scottish Rly. 71 

& North-Eastern Railway 71 

Missionary Society - 89 

Lord Dean of Guild - - 43, 49 

Lieutenant - - 43, 51 

Provost - - - - 43 

Roberts Meml. Workshops 109 

Lunatic Asylum, Royal - - 103 
Magistrates and Town Council - 43 

Carnoustie - - 968 

Monifieth - - 946 

Newport - - 996 

Tayport - 1014 

Maintenance of Supplies Organsn. 134 
Maltmen Incorporation - - 49 
Manufacturers' Associations - 127 
Marine Insurance Companies - 68 



Mariners' Benevolent Society 
Markets and Fairs 
— — ■ Committee - 



PAGE 

- 108 

- 70 

- 44 



"Mars" Training Ship Institution 104 
Maryfield Hospital - 47 

Masonic Lodges - - - - 122 

Carnoustie - 970 

Monifieth - - 948 

Matador Land and Cattle Co. , Ltd. 69 
Maternity Hospital - - - 101 
Mayfield Hostel - 93 

Meat Market Co., Ltd. - - 128 
Medical Association, British - 125 

Forfarshire 125 

Benefit Committee - 51 

Club - ■ - - 125 

Insurance Committee - 51 

Officers of Health - 45, 51 

Members of Parliament - - 43 
Men's Club, Fowlis - 98 

Monikie - 98 

Mental Hospital - - -47 

Welfare Association - 103 

Mercantile Marine Office - - 136 
Merchants' Assoc, Jute & Linen 127 

Society, Bro'ty Ferry 132 

63 
119 
127 
109 
130 
114 
84 



Messengers-at-Arms 
Midland Swimming Association 
Midwives' Association, Scottish 
Military War Pensions 
Milk Salesmen's Association 
Miscellaneous Lists - 
Missionary Societies - 

Training Classes - 89 

Monifieth Directory - - - 934 

Plan of - - -944 

Morgan Trust - - - - 94 
Mortifications, Charit. 110, 971, 1015 

Educational - 96 

Motor Carriages, Regulations for 71 

Clubs - - • 119, 948 

Contractors' Association - 128 

League - 119 

Union - - - - 119 



-Users' Association 



Municipal Electors' Association 

Lists 

Voters List 



Museums ... - 
Music Club, Chamber 

London College of - 

Trinity College of 

Musical Competitive Festival 

Societies 

Carnoustie 

Musicians' Society 
National Bible Society 

Council of Women 

Farmers' Union - 

Health Insurance 

Party of Scotland 

War Relief Fund 

Naturalists' Society - 



128 

132 

43 

58 

99 

120 

120 

120 

120 

120 

970 

120 

88 

132 

130 

51 

132 

109 

99 



INDEX. 



Naval Volunteer Reserve 
New and Angus Club 
Newport Directory 
Plan of 



PAGE 

- 132 

- 114 

- 975 

- 992 



Newsagents' National Federation 128 
Newspaper Press Fund - - 114 
Newspapers and Publications - 114 
Night Refuge, Curr - - - 103 
Nine Incorporated Trades - - 49 
No Licence Party, Monifieth - 948 
North of Scot. Reversionary Co. 69 

Scottish Heavy Brigade - 133 

Northern American Trust Co. - 70 

Housing Assoc, Ltd. - 70 

■ Prop'ty & Revers'y Co. 70 

Notaries Public - - - - 59 
Nurseries, Day - - - - 105 
Nursery Schools, - - 92, 100 

Nursing Assoc, Newbigging, &c. 103 

Carnoustie - 971 

Monifieth - 947 

College of - - - 127 

Homes - - - 102, 914 

Societies - - 102, 105 

Oddfellows, Order of - - -122 
Office-bearers' Assocns., Church 78 
Officers' Training Corps 



Old Age Pensions 
Omnibus Stances 
Operatic Societies 
Orchestral Societies - 
Organists' & Choirmasters' Assoc. 
Original Secession Church - 
Oriomel International Club 
Orphan Institution - 

— Society, Sailors' - 



133 
54 

72 
120 
120 
120 

76 
114 
104 
109 

55 



Orphans' Pensions 
Out-door Blind, Mission to the - 108 
Painters' Federation - - - 129 
Panmure Club - 969 

Parcel Express Carriers - - 73 
Parish Council (see Public Assistance) 
Parks Committee - - - 44 

Public . ... 46 

Superintendent - - 45 

Parliament, Dundee - - - 132 

Members of - - 43 

Parliamentary Voters List - 58 
Paterson Trust, Longforgan - 98 
Pensions, Blind Persons' - - 55 

■ Old Age ... 54 

Committee, War - 109 

Monifieth - 947 

Personal Health Association - 127 
Perthshire County Council - 50 

Justices of Peace - 62 

Sheriff Officers - - 63 

Pharmacists' Associations - - 127 
Philatelic Society - - - 100 
Photographic Association - - 99 

Dealers' Assoc. - 128 

Physical Education, Scottish 

Association for - - - 117 



PAGK 

Picture Gallery - - - - 99 

Theatres 873, 949, 972, 1016 

Pigeon Societies - - - 121 

Pilotage and List of Pilots - 136 

Pipe Bands - - - - 121 

Pipers' Bairns - 135 

Society - 117 

Plumbers' Association, Master 128 
Police, Angus County - - - 47 

Commission (see Magistrates) 

Committee - - - 44 

Court - - - - 58 

Carnoustie - - 969 

Tayport - 1014 

Rescue Scheme - 107 

Establishment - - - 47 

Judges - - - - 43 

Surgeon - - - - 45 

Treasurer- - - - 45 

Population 43 

Port Labour Employers - - 136 
Post Offices - - - - 140 

Carnoustie - - 971 

Monifieth - - - 948 

Newport - - - 997 

Tayport - - 1015 

Wormit - - - 997 

Postal Directory — 

Air Mail Services - - - 155 
Blind Literature - - - 145 
Broughty Ferry P.O. - - 161 
Canadian Magazine Post - 148 

Cash on Delivery Service 143, 149 
Certificates of Posting - - 144 
Commercial Papers, Foreign - 146 
Compensation ... 149 

Deliveries, Town - - - 160 
Express Delivery - - - 143 

Letters, by Telephone 156 

H.M. Forces, Rates for - - 161 
Imperial and Foreign Post - 146 
Inland Revenue Stamps- - 161 
Letter Postage, Foreign - - 146 

Inland - - 140 

Mails, Arrivals - - - 158 

Despatches - - - 159 

Money Orders- - - - 145 
Newspapers, Foreign - - 146 

Inland - - 141 

Parcel Post, Despatches - 159 

Foreign 149, 150, 151 

Inland - - 143 

Pillar Letter Boxes - - 160 

Post Cards, Foreign - - 146 

Inland- - - 140 

Postal Orders - - - - 146 
Poste Restante - - - 144 
Prepayment of Correspondence 

in Money - 142 

Prepayment of Postage, Foreign 148 

Inland 142 

Printed Papers, Inland - - 141 
Foreign - - 146 



10 



INDEX. 



PAGK 

Radiotelegrams - - 152, 153 
Re-direction - 145 

Registration, Foreign - - 148 

Compensation 144, 149 

Samples, Foreign - - - 148 
Savings Bank - 155 

Spoilt Stamps - - - 148 

Sub-Offices - - - 140, 157 

Collections from - 157 

Telegrams, Inland - - - 151 

by Telephone 156 

Foreign - - 152 

Deferred 153, 154 

Night Letter - 152 

Telephones - 156 

Overseas - - 155 

Wireless Services - - - 155 
Presbyteries, Meetings of - - 78 

Lists of- - - 74 

Printing Employers' Association 128 
Prison Aid Society - - - 106 

Establishment - - 47 

Probation Officers - - - 58 
Proclamation of Banns - - 47 
Procurator-Fiscal - - 45, 53 
Procurators and Solicitors - - 59 
Produce Sect., Chamber of Com. 127 
Professors of College - - - 90 
Prohibition Party - 88 

Property and Invest. Companies 69 

Owners' Association - 129 

Psychology Club - - - 127 

Public Assistance Com'tee 44, 947, 969 

Offices - - 47 

Hall Co., Ltd., Carnoustie 971 



Health Committee - - 44 

Offices, Buildings, &c. - 34 

Quarter Days and Terms - - 73 

Sessions - - - 58 

Railway Carriers - - - 73 

Companies - - - 71 

Mission - - - 84 

Stations - - - 39 

Rambling Clubs - - - - 119 

Ratepayers' Associations - - 132 
Rating, Assessor and Surveyor of 45 

Reading Rooms - - - - 99 

Royal Exchange 99 

Rechabites, Independent Order of 124 

Recreation Grounds - - - 46 

Club, Invergowrie - 98 

Red Cross Society - - - 108 

Carnoustie - 970 

Monifieth -947 

Referees' Association - - - 116 

Refuge, Children's - - - 107 

Curr Night - - - 103 

Registrars of Births, Banns - 48 

Barry- - 969 

Monifieth - 947 

Newport - 996 

Panbride - 969 

Tayport 1014 



PAGE 

Registration Districts - 18, 48 

Officer - - - 45 

of Voters Acts - 57 

Inquiry - 58 

Rescue Home, Female - - 106 

Scheme, Police Court - 107 

Work Social Service - 107 

Reserve, Royal Naval Volunteer 132 
Rifle Clubs - - - - 132 

Roman Catholic Churches - - 77 
Rotary Club - - - - 114 
Royal Alfred Seamen's Institut. 108 

Dundee Instit. for Blind - 107 

Engineers - - - 133 

Exchange Reading Room - 99 

Field Artillery - - 133 

Garrison Artillery - - 133 

Highlanders, B.W. - - 133 

Humane Society - - 119 

Infirmary - - - 101 

Life-Saving Society - 119 

Lunatic Asylum - - 103 

National Lifeboat Inst. - 108 

Naval Volunteer Reserve 132 

Scots Fusiliers' Assocn. - 133 

Greys' Association - 133 

Scottish Benevolent Inst. 103 

— Geographical Socy. 100 

Soc. for Prevention 

of Cruelty to Children 105 



-Tay Yacht Club 



Victoria Hospital - 

Rural District Directory - 

Institutes, Women's 

Workers' Society 

St Andrew Club 

St Andrew's Ambulance Assoc. 

Monifieth 

St Columba, Knights of 

St Margaret's Old Silver Band 

St Mary's Rest - 

St Vincent de Paul Society 

St Vincent's Hostel - 

Sabbath Forenoon Meetings 



120 

- 102 
10L8 

- 98 

- 970 

- 88 

- 108 

- 948 

- 122 

- 121 

- 106 

- 107 

- 107 

- 84 



-School Teachers' Union 86 

- 119 

- 119 

- 108 

- 109 

- 109 

- 109 

- 134 
109 



Safety First Committee 

Council - 

Sailors' Home - 

Orphan Society 

Sailors and Soldiers — 
Dependants' Association 
Earl Haig Relief Fund - 
Employment Association 
Ex-Service Men's Relief Com. 



Welfare Club 134 



Families Association - - 109 

Help Society - - - - 109 

Lord Roberts Workshops - 110 

Mortification, Carnoustie - 971 

United Services Fund - - 109 

Veterans' Fund - - - 109 

War Pensions Committee - 109 

Salvation Army - - 78, 107 



INDEX. 



11 



Samaritan Society 
Sanatorium, Ashludie 
Sidlaw - 



PAGE 

- 102 

- 102 

- 101 
Sanitary Department - - 47 

Inspector - - - 45 

Protection Association 121 

Savings Banks - - 64, 155, 969 

Committee, Scottish 51 

Scholarships - - - - 96 
School Boards (see Education) 

of Music - - - 94 

Schools, Business Training - 95 

Carnoustie and Barry - 969 

Management Comms. 95, 969 

Blind - - - - 107 

Deaf and Dumb - 92, 108 

Economics & Commerce 94 

Nursery - - 92, 106 

Private - - - 94 

Public — Head Teachers 91 

Typewriting - - 95 

Scotland, Department of Health for 51 
Scots Fusiliers' Association - 133 

Greys' Association - - 133 

Guards' Association - - 133 

Scottish Am. Boxing Association 116 

Am. Gymnastic Assoc. 116 

American Trust Cos., Ld. 70 

.Amicable Building Socy. 69 

Asso. Physical Education 117 

Bankers' Association - 68 

Canadian Trust Co. , Ltd. 70 

Clerks' Association - 129 

■ Com. Motor Users' Assn. 128 

Com. Travellers' Assocn. 129 

Country Dance Society 117 

Episcopal Churches - 76 

Flaxspinners' Assoc. - 127 

Furniture Mnfrs.' Assoc. 129 

Geographical Society - 100 

House Property Co., Ld. 70 

Lawn Tennis Assocn. - 117 

Midwives' Association - 127 

Pharmaceutical Federn. 127 

Rural Workers' Society 970 



Savings Committee - 51 

Sunday School Union - 86 

Temperance Alliance - 88 

Veterans' Garden City 47 

Women's Rural Instits. 98 

Scouts, Boy - - - 87, 948 
Sculpture Galleries - 
Seaforth Highlanders' Assoc. 
Seamen's Friend Society 

Institution, Aged 

Select Choir 

Session Clerks, Congregational 
Sheet Metal Assocn., Masters' 
Shepherds, Order of - 
Carnoustie 



Sheriff Court 
Officers 



133 
108 
108 
120 
79 
128 
123 
970 
Monifieth - 948 



63 



PAGE 

Shipowners' & Shipbrokers' Assoc. 136 
Shipping Agents - - - 137 

belonging to the Port - 139 

Companies - - - 137 

Shipwrecked Fishermen Society - 108 
Shops Act, Closing Orders - 56 

Inspector of - - - 45 

Sick Poor Flower Mission - - 105 

Nursing Society - 105 

B. Ferry - 102 

Carnoustie 971 

Monifieth 947 

Newbig'ing 103 

Society, Indigent - - 106 

Sidlaw Sanatorium - - - 101 
Sisterhood - - - - - 88 
Sisters', Church, Association - 88 
Skating Ponds, Public - - 46 
Slaters' Association - - - 129 
Small Debt Courts - - - 60 
Social Club, Birkhill - 98 

Newbigging - - 98 

Service Board, Episcopal 107 

Union - - - - 106 

Work, Church of Scotland 107 

Soldiers (see Sailors) 
Solicitors, Faculty of - - - 59 
Sons of Temperance - - - 125 
South America Evangelical Un. 89 

Missionary Union 89 

Spanish Circle - 100 

Spinners and Maimfrs'. Assoc. 127 



Spiritualists, Society of - - 100 
Stamps and Taxes - - - 63 
Stationers', Retail, Federation - 128 
Stevedores' and Porters' Assocn. 128 
Stock Exchange Association - 127 
Strathspey and Reel Society - 117 
Streets, Squares, %c. - - 18, 162 
Students' Union, Univ. College 96 
Sub-Postmasters, Federation of 128 
Subscription Library - - - 100 
Sunday School Union, Scottish - 86 
Surveyors of Taxes - - - 63 
Swimming Clubs - - - 119 

Tailors' Association, Master - 129 
Taxes, Assessors and Surveyors of 63 



Collector of 
Inspectors of 



Taxi-cabs, Regulations for - 
Tay Ferries 
Tayport Directory 
Plan of - 



45 

- 63 

- 71 

71, 72 
1001 
1008 



Tay side Homing Pigeon Federat'n 121 

Laundry Co., Ltd. - 130 

Teachers (Head) Association - 98 

Education Committee - 91 

Educational Institute - 98 

(Secondary) Association 98 

■ Training College - - 93 

Technical College - 92 
Telegraph Advisory Committee - 135 
Offices - - - 140 



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INDEX. 



PAGE 

Telephone Advisoiy Committee 135 
Telephones and Call Offices - 156 

■ ; for Telegrams, &c. - 156 

Temperance Alliance - - - 88 

Com'tee, Ch. of Scot. 88 

: Mission, Gospel - 84 

Refreshment Traders 128 

Socys. 88, 124, 948, 997 

Tennis Associations - - - 117 

Courts, Public - - 46 

Tent Mission - - - - 84 
Terms ----- 73 

Territorial Army Association - 133 
Theatres (see Cinema Houses) 
Theosophical Society - - - 100 
Thistle Harriers - - - 119 

Three United Trades - - - 49 
Tobacconists' Association - - 129 
Toe H. (Talbot House) - - 115 
Town Clerk - - - - 45 

Council - - - - 43 

Carnoustie - - 968 

Monifieth - - 946 

Newport - - 996 

— Tayport - 1014 

- 128 

- 131 



Traders' Association - 
Trades and Labour Party - 

and Professions 860, 949, 972, 

998, 1015 

Approved Societies - 52 

■ Band, Dundee - - 121 

Holidays ... 73 

Societies - - - - 126 

Training College, Teachers' - 93 
- Ship ' ' Mars " Institution 104 



Transport Commissioners 

Committee 

Manager 

Trawling Companies - 
Treasurer's Committee 
Treasurers, Congregational 
Trinity College of Music 

House 

Tuberculosis Medical Officers 
Typewriting Schools - 
Unemployment Insurance - 
Union Club, Carnoustie 

Weavers, Ltd., Lochee - 

Unionist Association - - - 

East of Fife 

Forfarshire 

Monifieth 

Wormit 



73 

- 44 

- 45 

- 137 

- 44 

- 79 

- 120 

- 136 

- 45 

- 95 

- 53 

- j)69 

- 129 

- 130 
997 
970 
948 
997 

Young Men's League - 970 

Club, Broughty Ferry - 130 

United Services Fund - 109, 1014 

University College - - - 90 

Students' Union 96 

U.F. Church (Continuing) • - 76 
Valuation Assessor - - - 45 
— Dept., Inland Revenue 51 



PAGE 

Valuation, Lands - - - 57 

of the Burgh - - 43 

Venereal Diseases Med. Officers 45 
Veterans, Fund for Relief of - 109 

Scottish, Garden City 47 

Veterinary Surgeon - - - 46 
Victoria Art Galleries - - 99 

Hospital - - - 102 

League - 135 

Visiting Com. for Police Cells - 106 
Volunteer Companies - - 133 

Voters, Registration of - - 57 
Waldensian Missions Society - 89 
War Pensions Committee - - 109 
Ward Boundaries - - - 17 
Wards — Situation of Streets - 18 
Warehouses - - - - 33 
Wash-houses, Public - - - 120 
Water Committee - - - 44 

Engineer - - - 45 

Weaver Lodge, Ltd. - - - 129 
Weights & Measures, Inspector of 45 
Welfare Society, Industrial - 98 
Wesley Guild - - - - 86 
Wesleyan Methodist Church - 78 
West End Churches Club - - 88 
Western Club - - - - 114 
Widows', Orphans', &e., Pensions 55 
Wine and Spirit Trade Assoc. - 128 
Women Citizens' Assocns. 132, 1014 
Women's Hospital - - - 102 

National Council - 132 

Rural Institutes - 98 

Temperance Assocn. 

Work Advisory Com 

Workers' Educational Assoc. 
Working Boys' Home 



89 

54 

98 

104 



Girls' Board.Houses 105, 107 



Men's Coffee Rooms 
Gardens 



Works Committee 
Workshops, Lord Roberts 
Wormit Directory 
Plan of - 



Yacht Club, Royal Tay - 
Yearly Society, Monifieth - 
Young Liberals' Association 

Men's Guild - 86 

Society, Catholic - 99 

Unionists' Assocn. - 130, 970 



125 

- 115 

- 44 

- 110 

- 975 

- 992 

- 120 

- 948 

- 131 



Womens' Hostel 



Youth, Labour Party League of 
Y.M.C.A. - - - - 

Broughty Ferry 

Carnoustie 

Monifieth 



Y.W.C.A. 



Jessiman Home 
Lochee 
Monifieth 
Newport - 



107 

135 

95 

- 95 

- 969 

- 947 

- 96 

- 96 

- 96 

- 947 

- 996 



DUNDEE DIRECTORY. 



GENERAL NOTICE. 

The past year has been one of national crisis, and never 
before in the history of the country has the nation experienced 
more trying industrial and financial conditions. The de- 
parture from the gold standard, the resignation of the 
Government, and international troubles created an industrial 
insecurity from which the country is still suffering. 

Dundee has felt the full force of the depression, and we 
regret to report that unemployment has been prevalent 
throughout the year. 

In the Jute Industry short time has been worked in many 
of the Mills and Factories, while several have been closed 
during a large portion of the year; the improvement shown 
when the new Government came into power was not main- 
tained, and the outlook at the present time is not promising. 

Engineering has suffered in a like manner, and many skilled 
workers have been thrown idle by the temporary closing of 
one of the principal Foundries. 

Last year we were pleased to report that Shipbuilding had 
a record year, but this past year the swing of the pendulum 
has reached the other extreme, and our shipyards have ex- 
perienced one of the leanest years of their existence and are 
at present closed down. The only ship launched from the 
Caledon Yard during the year was the S.S. " Kyleclare," of 
700 tons. 

The Building Trade has been more fortunate, and several 
important buildings are in course of erection. Amongst 
these are the wings of the City Square, Rockwell Central 
School, Churches at Craigiebank and Caird Avenue, Refuse 
Destruction Works, and large extensions to Mayfield 
Hostel and Panmure Villa, the latter being converted into a 
Convalescent Home by the Armitstead Trust. Several 
Housing Schemes are being added to, and many villas are 
being erected by private builders in Blackness, Craigiebank, 
Downfield, and Barnhill districts. 

Strong efforts are being made to attract new industries to 
the city, and it is hoped that the combined energies of the 
Chamber of Commerce and Town Council will be successful. 

Belmont Castle, after being suitably reconstructed as an 
Eventide and Holiday Home, was formally opened in Sept- 
ember by H.R.H. the Duchess of York; the School of 
Economics and Commerce was inaugurated in October by 
Sir Josiah Stamp, at which a further gift of £10,000 from 
Mr George Bonar, to create an endowment fund for the 
School, was intimated. The University College celebrated 
its Jubilee in February, and many of its one time students 
were honoured on that occasion. 

Roads and streets in the city and suburban districts are 



14 GENERAL NOTICE. 

still having the attention of the civic authorities, and the 

extension of Dock Street to Ferry Road, now open, has greatly 

relieved the traffic in the congested Blackscroft and Seagate 

district. 

The equipment of the City Fire Brigade is being well 
maintained, a new fire engine of the latest type having been 
recently added. A district Fire Station has been built at the 
Lawton Housing area which should prove of great value 
against outbreaks in the northern part of the city. The city 
has remained free from serious damage by fire; there were 
437 alarms during 1931, with a total loss of only £11,020, the 
lowest in five years. 

The Publishers do not wish to make these notes too 
statistical, but they think the following items may be of 
more than passing interest to the readers of the Directory. 
The total rateable value of the city is now £1,454,036, an 
increase of over £25,000. In the Transport Department the 
cars conveyed over 24 million and the buses over 9 million 
passengers during 1931. There are 56,773 gas consumers in 
the city, and it is surprising to know that 304 tons of coins 
were collected from automatic meters last year. Electricity 
has over 13,000 users, while the average daily consumption of 
water reaches 10,582,600 gallons. For pleasure purposes we 
have now at our disposal 644 acres of Public Parks. 

The musical tastes of the community have been catered for 
during the winter months by the International Celebrity 
Concerts, the Dundee Operatic Society, and the Choral Union. 
All were of a high standard, well attended, and much appreci- 
ated by the music loving public. The Musical Festival was 
again very successful, and the performances of the Dundee 
Dramatic Society met with very marked success and enthusi- 
astic support. 

Several of our public institutions have again benefited 
during the year from donations and bequests. The Royal 
Infirmary takes a prominent place in the generosity of the 
citizens, and the following are among the chief gifts: — Residue 
of the estate of the late Ex-Lord Provost Hunter, £6,450. 
£1,350 from the late Mr Henry Whyte, Wimbledon. £1050 
each from the family of the late Mr and Mrs D. S. Bryson 
and the trustees of the late Mr David Thomson. £1036 from 
the trustees of Mr Peter C. Kelley, and many other legacies 
and donations of smaller but substantial amounts. £1558 
was collected during the Students' Charity Week, and through 
the efforts of the Women's Auxiliary the exchequer benefited 
to the extent of £1196. 

At the General Election in October Mr Dingle Mackintosh 
Foot (Liberal) and Miss Florence Horsbrugh (Conservative) 
were returned to Parliament as supporters of the National 
Government. The portraits of the Members for the city are 
reproduced on the page following this General Notice. 

We have departed in this issue from the usual procedure 
of illustrating opposite the title page one of the departments 
in which the Directory is produced, and in its place appears 
an illustration of the Old Town House and Pillars, which the 



GENERAL NOTICE. 15 

Town Council after much deliberation decided to demolish, 
owing to the dangerous state of its foundations : and so passes 
the most prominent landmark of old Dundee. 

The following extract from a writer in the year 1822 gives 
an interesting description of the buildings: — 

" The Town House was erected in 1734, on the site of 
St Clement's Church, from an elegant plan of the elder 
Adams. It stands on the south side of the High Street; 
the front is very handsome, with piazzas below, affording 
excellent shelter in bad weather to persons concerned in 
business on market days. A neat spire, of about 140 
feet in height, adorns the roof, and the whole appearance 
does great credit to the architect. The ground floor is 
occupied by shops, except one orderly room for the 
accommodation of the town officers. The east end was 
the first rooms for the Dundee Banking Company, which 
continued in them for more than half a century. The 
west end has been a long established and well frequented 
apothecary's shop or laboratory. 

" On the second floor is a spacious and elegant hall, 
where the Town Council hold their sederunts; and in the 
east end is an equally spacious though not so highly 
finished hall, where the Guildry Corporation have their 
meetings, and where the Sheriff and Justices of the Peace 
hold their courts. There are besides four rooms with 
arched roofs, for the accommodation of the town clerks 
and preservation of the records and registers. The whole 
are airy, clean, and well lighted. 

" On the third floor is the Jail, and now, from modern 
improvements, in an excellent state either for health or 

security The present jail, from its great 

height and thorough ventilation, is not subject to those 
inconveniences of the former jails. It is divided into five 
rooms, arched above and below. Two rooms in the front 
are now allotted to those confined for debt, who, by that 
means, are not exposed to felons and those guilty of 
notorious crimes. Each room is 24 feet in length, 12 in 
breadth, and 8 in height. They are kept very clean; the 
debtors furnish their own bed-clothes, coal, and candle, 
and pay fourpence per day for jail fees. Porter is sold 
by the jailor, by whom every attention is paid to his 
various duties, but no spirituous liquors are allowed. 
Between those rooms, and likewise fronting the street, is 
the jailor's store-room, once called the Iron-house. In it 
there is a large cistern, well supplied with excellent 
water by means of a forcing pump. By this and other 
conveniences, the whole jail is kept perfectly clean and 
free from unwholesome air and odours. The two rooms 
in the back, looking to the south, have been made very 
strong for criminals. Besides being arched above and 
below, like the others, the side walls are netted with iron, 
the bars of the windows doubled, and an iron rod fixed 
in the floor, with a shackle for the leg, to be applied if 
necessary. Criminals are allowed fourpence per day for 



16 GENERAL NOTICE. 

subsistence, a straw mattress and two rugs to sleep on; 
and every attention is paid which can be allowed to their 
miserable situation. 

" The uppermost part of the house, or attic storey, has 
been fitted up lately and contains six rooms for debtors, 
or criminals, and two lock-up cells. These are at present 
used as the prison for women, and are kept in the same 
excellent order as the rooms below. In this attic storey 
are apartments for the jailor, if he pleases to occupy them. 
Just now one of these serves as a room to hold the 
several papers connected with the Justice Court. 

" In the under ground storey there are extensive cellars, 
one of which is used as a lock-up house, for notorious 
offenders taken up during the night, committing acts of 
riot or depredation. 

" The spire contains an excellent clock, and the bells 
for summoning the Council, etc. About 1773 the roof of 
the Town House caught fire, by some accident never 
cleared up, and the frame of the bells was burned, so 
that they fell down to the prison doors. The damage of 
the whole was not so great as the appearance of the fire 
gave reason to expect. It was got under by the exertions 
of the inhabitants, some of whom were remunerated from 
the funds of the town. In 1788 the Guildry Hall floor was 
lifted and the Bank under it robbed. Six persons were 
brought to trial for the deed, and three of them con- 
demned to death on presumptive, but very circum- 
stantial evidence; two of them suffered in Edinburgh. 
At the present time there are great doubts of their guilt. 
The man by whose evidence the jury were principally 
convinced was afterwards sent to Botany Bay for forgery, 
and was hanged on the passage for an attempt to mutiny. 

" The two large halls are occasionally used for the 
assemblies in the winter; and in that belonging to the 
Guildry St David's Lodge holds its meetings." 

Death has taken several well-known citizens from amongst 
us, including Chief Constable John Carmichael, Mr Joseph 
Murray (Agriculturist), Mr John L. Robertson, Mr George N. 
Nairn, Mr J. Dickson Dodds, Mr J. C. Robertson, Mr James 
Malloch, Mr J. B. Taylor, Mr David Thomson, Mr James H. 
Langlands, and Mr David Winter, whose death removes the 
last of the old generation of printers in the city. 



Some idea of the numerous changes in the course of a year 
may be gathered from the fact that this year the Trades and 
Professions section shows that nearly 400 businesses have 
changed ownership since last issue. 

The Publishers receive notification of many alterations 
during the progress of the work, and attention is directed to 
page 1039, where a list has been inserted containing entries 
and changes received too late to permit of their inclusion at 
their proper positions in the Directory. 

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MUNICIPAL WARD BOUNDARIES. 

Ward First. — On east by the east boundary wall of the estate of Craigie 
and continuation thereof to river ; on north by Arbroath road, Princes street, 
King street, Cowgate ; on west by Murraygate, High street, Castle street, 
through Royal Arch to river ; on south by river. 

"Ward Second. — On west by burgh boundary ; on north and west by Perth 
road, Small's wynd, Hunter street, Brook street, Westport, Overgate, High 
street ; on east by Castle st., through Royal Arch to river ; on south by river. 

Ward Third. — On north by Clepington road, burgh boundary; on west 
by burgh boundary ; on east and south by Johnston avenue, Strathmore 
avenue, Alpin road, Loons road, Lawside road, Lawsteps, through lands of 
Balgay in a straight line from bottom of Lawsteps to Ancrum road at Gibb's 
lane, Ancrum road, farm road at Backhill of Balgay farm to burgh boundary. 

Ward Fourth. — On east by the east boundary wall of the estate of 
Craigie ; on north by burgh boundary, Pitkerro road, Dura street, Laing 
street, Cotton road ; Ann street ; on west by Forebank road, King's road ; on 
south by King street, Princes street, Arbroath road. 

Ward Fifth. — On east and north by burgh boundary ; on west by Hill- 
town, Mains road, Provost road, Old Glamis road ; on south by Ann street, 
Cotton road, Laing street, Dura street, Pitkerro road. 

Ward Sixth. — On east and north by King's road, Forebank road, Ann 
street, Hilltown, Constitution street, Somerville place, Dudhope terrace, 
north side of Dudhope park ; on west by west side of Dudhope park, Lochee 
road, North Tay street ; on south by Overgate, High street, Murraygate, 
Cowgate, King street. 

Ward Seventh. — On east by Hilltown, Mains road, Provost road, Old 
Glamis road ; on north, west, and south by burgh boundary, Macalpine road, 
Clepington road, Johnston avenue, Strathmore avenue, Alpin road, Loons 
road, Lawside road, Albany terrace, Inverlaw place, Dudhope terrace, Somer- 
ville place, Constitution street. 

Ward Eighth. — On west by burgh boundary ; on south by Blackness 
road, Brook street, Westport ; on east and north by North Tay street, 
Lochee road, west side of Dudhope park, north side of Dudbope park, 
Inverlaw place, Albany terrace, Lawside road, Lawsteps, through lands of 
Balgay in a straight line from bottom of Lawsteps to Ancrum road at Gibb's 
•lane, Ancrum road, farm road at Backhill of Balgay farm to burgh boundary. 

Ward Ninth. — On west by burgh boundary ; on north by Blackness 
road, Brook street ; on east by Hunter street and Small's wynd ; on south 
by Perth road. 

Ward Tenth. — On south by river ; on west by east boundary wall of the 
estate of Craigie ; on north by burgh boundary ; on east by Fort street 
and Forthill road, Broughty Ferry, and thence northward through vacant 
land to burgh boundary. 

Ward Eleventh. — On south by river ; on west by Fort street and Forthill 
road, Broughty Ferry, and thence northward through vacant land to burgh 
boundary ; on north and east by burgh boundary. 



Note. — The boundary between Wards 3 and 8 is presently under the con- 
sideration of the Town Council with a view to having it altered. 

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( 18 ) 

STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 

INDICATING THEIR SITUATION. 
The italic letters at beginning- of line denote the position of the street on Map. The 
numbers following the definition of the locality denote the Parliamentar}' and Muni- 
cipal Ward, or Wards, in which each street is situated. The numbers and letters in 
brackets denote the Registration District, or Districts, in which each street is 
situated, the letter (A) signifying Mains and Strathinartine District, and the letter 
(B) the Broughty Ferry District. For definition of Municipal Ward Boundaries see 
page 17 ; and for definition of Registration Districts and addresses of Registrars 
see page 48. 

The letters B.F. stand for Broughty Ferry. 

D c Abbotsford place, 74 Peddie street I C d Ancrum road, Lochee, Logie 
to Blackness avenue 9 (1) street to Glamis road 3, 8 (4) 

D c Abbotsford street, Blackness rd. \C e Anderson'sln.,L'hee,Southrd.3(4) 



to Seymour street 9 (1) 

Abercromby pi. , 151-3 Lochee rd (4) 
b Abercromby st., B.F., Dalhousie 
road to Strathmore street 11 (B) 
C c Aberlemno terrace, 358 to 392a 
Perth road 2 (1) 

Na Abertay st., Bro. Ferry, Monifieth 
road to Strathmore street 11 (B) 
N b Addison road, Broughty Ferry, 
Camphill road to N. 11 (B) 

Ed Adelaide pi. ,N. of Adelaideter.7(2) 
E d Adelaide terrace, N. of and parallel 
to Albany terrace 7 (2) 

E b Airlie place, 11 Perth road 9 (1) 
E b Airlie terrace, top of Airlie pi. 9 (1) 
Kb Albany road, Broughty Ferry, 
Grove road to W. 10 (3) 

E d Albany terrace, Drummond street 
to Inverary terrace 7 (2, 4) 

Albert court, 37 Nethergate 2 (1) 
L b Albert road, Bro. Ferry, Claypots 
road to Victoria road 10 (3) 

E c Albert square, part of Meadowside 
between Reform street and Pan- 
mure street 6 (2) 
G d Albert street, continuation of 
Princes street to N. 4 (3) 
M a Albion place, Broughty Ferry, 
19-29 Castle street 11 
G d Albyn villas, 32 Forfar road (3) 
F d Alexander street, Hilltown to 
Dens road 5 (3) 
F c Allan street, 157 Seagate to East 
Dock street 1 (3) 
M a Alpha terrace, Bro. Ferry, corner 
Brook street and Castle st. 11 (B) 
D e Alpin road, Strathmore avenue to 
Loons road 3, 7 (4) 
D d Alpin ter. , Lawside road, opposite 
Kilberry street to E. 7 (4) 
L b Alton terrace, Broughty Ferry, 
12, 14 Grove road 10 (3) 
Ma Ambrose street, Broughty Ferry, 
Fisher street to King st. 11 (B) 
E g Americanmuir road, Downfield, 
Strathmartine road to W. 7 (A) 
D c Anchor lane, 48 Henderson's West 
wynd (1) 
C d Ancrum drive, Tullideph rd. 8 (4) 



C e Angus st., Lochee, 39Liff road 3 (4) 
F d Ann street, 113 Hilltown to Cot- 
ton road 4, 5, 6 (3) 
F c Annan ter. , 19 Wellington st. , 4 (3) 
D c Annfield road, 213 Hawkhill to 

164 Blackness road 9 (1) 

D c Annfield row, 82 Annfield rd. 9 (1) 
D c Annfield street, 92 Annfield rd. 9(1) 
H d Anstruther rd. , Pitkerro rd. toS. 4(3) 
G c Arbroath road, top Princes street 

to Balgillo road at Burgh bound- 
ary 1, 4, 10, 11 (3, B) 
F b Arcade bldgs., 6b King st., King's 

rd. , and 93 Victoria rd. 4, 6 (3) 
M b Archer street, Broughty Ferry, 

Nursery road to N. 11 (B) 

D b Argyle place, 15 Thomson st. 2 (1) 
G d Argyle street, 56 Forfar road to 

Mains loan and Clepingtonrd. 5(3) 
Ma Argyle terrace, Broughty Ferry, 

548, 550 Brook street 11 (B) 

G d Arklay pi., Arklay ter. to N. 5 (3) 
F d Arklay street, from Dens road to 

Clepington road 5 (3) 

G d Arklay ter., Arklay st. to E. 5 (3) 
B c Arnhall gardens, off Farington 

street 9 (1) 

E c Arthur street, top of Dallfield 

walk to Hedge road 6 (2) 

F c Arthurstone terrace, Dens road to 

Albert street 4 (3) 

E b Artillery lane, 38 S. Tay st. 2 (1) 
D c Ash lane, 104 Lochee road 8 (1) 
E c Ash st. ,Smellie's In. to Hop st. 8 (1) 
C c Ashbank rd. , Blackness rd. to N. 
M b Athole place, Broughty Ferry, 

19-23 Camperdown street 10 

G d Athole terrace, Forfar road 5 (3) 
C e Atholl street, St Ann street to 

Balgay street 3 (4) 

2" c Auchrannie ter., Carlochie place 

to Strips of Craigie road 1 (3) 

E e Back street — now Milton street 

G c Baffin street, from 85 Arbroath 

road to AVatson street 1 (3) 

G c Baffin street, South, 134 Ferry 

road to Watson street 1 (3) 

F c Bain square, 14 Cowgate and 5 

Wellgate 6 (3) 



STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 



19 



F c Balbirnie terrace, 121 Victoria 
road 4 (3) 

E g Baldovan road, Downfield, Strath - 
martine road to Baldovan 7 (A) 
G c Baldovan terrace, Pitkerro road 
to Park avenue 4 (3) 

D e Bal field road, Loons road 3 (2) 
D c Balfour street, 96 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
/ c Balgavies avenue, Arbroath road 
to Kinnordy terrace 1 (3) 

C c Balgay avenue, 273-295 Blackness 
road 8 (1) 

C c Balgay road, 295 Blackness road to 
Scott street 8 (1) 

C e Balgay street, Lochee, South Mid 
street to Marshall street 3 (4) 
C d Balgay terrace, Lochee, 80 to 90 
Logie street 3 (4) 

M b Balgillo crescent, Bro. Ferry, Sea- 
field road, from 5 Fintry place 
to Balgillo road 10 (B) 

M c Balgillo rd., Bro. Ferry, Arbroath 
road by E. and W. Balgillo to 
Arbroath road 10, 11 (B) 

M b Balgillo terrace, Broughty Ferry, 
Traill street to Fintry place 10 (B) 
F d Balgray place, 229 Clepington 
road to Balgray street 5 (A) 

F e Balgray street, Old Glamis road 
to Graham street 5, 7 (A) 

G a Balmore street, Albert street to 
Dura street 4 (3) 

O b Balmossie street, Broughty Ferry, 
from River up E. boundary to 
Barnhill farm 11 (B) 

L b Balmy le road, Broughty Ferry, 35 
Dundee rd. to 40 Albany rd. 10(3) 
F c Baltic buildings, West end Baltic 
street 6 (2) 

F c Baltic st. , 36 Wellgate to Meadow- 
side 6 (2) 
E f Bank avenue, Downfield, Balgray 
road to School road 7 (A) 
E c Bank street, 36 Reform street to 
Barrack street 6 (2) 
C e Bank street, Lochee, High street 
to South road 3(4) 
N b Barnhill, E. portion of Broughty 
Ferry 11 (B) 
E c Barrackroad, continuation ofDud- 
hope street to Dudhope ter. 6 (2) 
E c Barrack street, 59 Overgate to 
Ward road 6 (2) 
E c Barron's court, 10 Johnston's lane 
ilfaBath street, Broughty Ferry, 
Fisher street to King st. 11 (B) 
G d Baxter Park terrace, Pitkerro 
road to Arbroath road 4 (3) 
D c Baxter street, 13 City road 8 (4) 
L b Bayfield road, Bro. Ferry, West 
Queen st. to 14 Albert rd. 10 (3) 
Ma Beach crescent, Bro. Ferry, Gray 
street to St Vincent st. 11 (B) 



L 6 Beach lane, Broughty Ferry, 50 
Dundee road to Boatsheds 10 (3) 
F c Beaconsfield place, 104 to 124 
Victoria road 4 (3) 

B c Beech wood ter., Westparkrd. 9(1) 
L a Bell's lane, Broughty Ferry, 
Fisher street to N. 11 (B) 

E c Bell street, 13 Constitution road to 
Baltic street 6 (2) 

E c Bell street, West, 13 Constitution 
road west to Lochee road 6 (2) 
E c Bell Street lane, 15 Constitution 
road 6 (2) 

D b Bellefieldave., 47 Magdalen green 
to Seafield road 2 (1) 

D b Bellefield pi., 41-45 Seafield rd.2(l) 
L a Bellevue place, B.F., 25 King st. 
D e Bellfield street, 167 Hawkhill to 
128 Blackness road 9 (1) 

D c Belmont pi. , 112-134 Hawkhill 9(1) 
J b Belsize road, Craigie avenue to 
Margaret crescent 1 (3) 

D c Benvie road, Fyffe street to Pitfour 
street 8 (4) 

D c Bernard street, 180 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
H d Bingham terrace, Dalkeith road to 
Old Craigie road. 4 (3) 

C c Birch wood place, Logie ave. to S. 
D d Black st. , L'hee rd. to Benvie rd. 8(4) 
D cBlackheath pi., 203 Hawkhill 9(1) 
C c Blackness avenue, west end of 
Hawkhill to314Blacknessrd. 9(1) 
G c Blackness cres. , 227 Perth rd. 9 (1) 
D c Blackness road, 68 Brook street 
to W. 8, 9 (1) 

D c Blackness st., 190 Blacknessrd.9(l) 
C c Blackness ter. ,261-269 Perth rd. 9(1) 
F c Blackscrof t, contin. of Seagate 
from St Roque's lane to E. 1 (3) 
E c Blinshall street, 47 Brook street 
to Lochee road 8 (1) 

D c Blyth place, 5 City road 8 (4) 

D c Blyth street, 3 City road to 
Fleuchar street 8 (4) 

D b Blythswoodpl., 121-9 Perth rd.9(l) 
F c Bonny bank road, 90 Victoria road 
to Ann street 4 (3) 

L a Bothwell terrace, Broughty Ferry, 
19-29 Westfield road 10 

Ma Boyd place, Bro. Ferry, 58 Moni- 
fieth road to Ramsay street 11 (B) 
E h Bracken road, Downfield, Strath- 
martine road to W. 7 (A) 

E h Bradbury st., Downfield, Strath- 
martine road to W. 7 (A) 

F e Braemar place, 114 to 118 Arklay 
st. and 70 to 78 Clepington rd. 5 (3) 
D e Brantwood avenue, Loons road 
(east end) to Str'thmore ave. 7 (4) 
E c Breadalbane pi., 63 Lochee rd. 8 (4) 
E c Breadalbane ter.,57 Lochee rd. 8(4) 
D c Brewery lane, 1 Polepark road 8 (1) 
B c Briarwood terrace, Westpark road 



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STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 



M Briarwood villas, Broughty Ferry, 

344, 346 Queen street 
O a Bridge lane, Bridge st., Barnhill 
O a Bridge street, Bro. Ferry, Moni- 
fieth road to Esplanade 11 (B) 
C e Bright street, Lochee, High street 
to Tofthill 3 (4) 

D c Brompton place, 121 Hawkhill 9(1) 
E c Brook street, from Westport to 
Polepark road 2, 8, 9 (1) 

Ma Brook street, B. Ferry, Claypots 
road to Esplanade 10, 11 (3, B) 
Ma Brotchie place, B.F., 330 Khag st. 
Broughty Ferry road — see Ferry rd. 
F c Brown Constable st., from Cres- 
cent street to Dura street 4 (3) 
E c Brown street, 37 Westport to 
Lochee road 8 (1) 

L a Brown street, Broughty Ferry. 
150 Brook street to S. 10 (B) 

F c Bruce's entry, 4 Wellgate 6 (2) 
Ff Bruce rd, Foster rd to Cliverd 7 (A) 
E d Bruce street, Kinghorne road to 
Byron street 7 (2) 

G d Buchanan street, Ogilvie street to 
North Erskine street 5 (3) 

G d Buckingham ter. , 64-82 Forfar rd. 
iV <x Bughties road, Broughty Ferry, 
70Camphillrd.toEeresrd. 11(B) 
E d Burgess street, Bruce street to 
Mortimer street 7 (2) 

E g Burn street, Downfield, Baldovan 
road to E. 7 (A) 

B c Burnaby street, Esplanade road to 
Eildon street 2 (1) 

D e Burnett street, 120 Brook street to 
Blackness road 8 (1) 

C e Burnside st., Lochee, off High st. 
B f Butter's loan, Lochee, W. end of 
Liff road 3 (4) 

E d Butterburn, top of Hilltown 7 (2) 
D e Byron crescent, N. side of Byron 
street 7 (4) 

E d Byron street, Derby street to 
Loons road 7 (2, 4) 

L b Caenlochan road, Broughty Ferry, 
41 Strathern road to N. 10 (3) 
L b Caenlochan terrace, B.F., 35-41 
Strathern road 10 (3) 

L b Caenlochan villas, Bro. Ferry, 45 
and 47 Strathern road 10 (3) 
F e Caird avenue, Strathmartine road 
N.E. to Clepington road 7 (2) 
F e Caird terrace, Clepington road to 
Wedderburn street 7 (2) 

F c Calcutta buildings, 16 to 30 Com- 
mercial street 1 (2) 
F dCaldrum street, 28 North George 
street to N. 5 (3) 
B d Cambridge street, Oxford street 
to Elliot road 8(1) 
D b Camden place, 71 Perth road 9 (1) 
F c Cameron's close, 28 Murraygate (2) 



D d Campbell street, Lochee, Cobden 

street to Law crescent 3, 7 (4) 
D c Campbeltown place, 271 to 285 

Hawkhill 9 (1) 

M 6 Camperdown place, Bro. Ferry, 

22, 24 Camperdown street 
E g Camperdown road, Downfield, 

Strathmartine road to W. 7 (A) 
F c Camperdown street, N. side Vic- 
toria dock 1 (3) 
G c Camperdown street, East, Cam- 
perdown dock to E. 1 (3) 
M b Camperdown street, B.F. , 20 Clay- 
pots road to Forthill road 10 (B) 
C e Camperdown st., Lochee, Burnside 

street to Methven street 3 (4) 
N b Campfield road, Broughty Ferry, 

79 Camphill road to N. 11 (B) 
Ma Camphill road, Broughty Ferry, 

Queen st. to 21 Abertay st. 11 (B) 
F c Candle lane, 81 Seagate to 63 Dock 

street 1 (2) 

E d Canning st., from 93 Strathmartine 

rd. eastward to Moncur cres. 7 (2) 
G d Cardean street, 133 Albert street 

to Morgan street 4 (3) 

I c Carlochie pi., junction of Craigie 

avenue and Greendykes rd. 1 (3) 
E d Carmichael street, Kinghorne rd. 

to M'Kinnon street 7 (2) 

F d Carnegie street, 80 Ann street to 

Church street 5 (3) 

H c Carolina port, East Camperdown 

street (3) 

M a Castle lane, Bro'ty Ferry, Castle 

street to Esplanade 11 (B) 

F b Castlestreet, 2 High street to Shore 

terrace 1, 2 (2) 

M a Castle st., Broughty Ferry, Mill 

street to Panmure street 11 (B) 
G d Castle terrace, 73 Clepington road 

to Mains terrace 5 (A) 

M a Castle terrace, B. Ferry, Mill st. 

to Brook st., fronting River 11 (B) 
F c Castlehill, 46 Commercial st. 1 (2) 
Ma Castleroy road, Broughty Ferry, 

Camphill road to N. 11 (B) 

G d Catherine street, Eliza street to 

Harriet street 5 (3) 

M b Cedar place, Broughty Ferry, 2-6 

Stewart street 
M b Cedar road, Bro. Ferry, Forthill 

road to Fintry place 10 (B) 

G d Chalmers street, Madeira street to 

Walrond street 5 (3) 

L a Chapel lane, Broughty Ferry, 

Fisher street to N. 10 (B) 

F c Chapel st., 9 Albert square 6 (2) 
E c Chapelsbade, a district N. of Bell 

street to Dudhope street 6 (2) 
F c Charles lane, Charles street to 

Kirk entry 6 (3) 

F c Charles street, 51 Wellgate 6 (3) 



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E f Charlotte street, Kings way west 

to School road 7 (A) 

D c Cherry field lane, 125 Blackness rd. 

to Walton street 8(1) 

J b Christian road, Craigie avenue to 

Dundee road 1 (3 

E b Church In. , Tally st.to High st. 2 (2 
E g Church road, Downfield, Haldane 

street to Duncan street 7 (A 
F d Church street, continuation o 

Carnegie street to Main st. 5 (3 
L a Church street, Bro. Ferry, Fisher 

st. to Camperdown st. 10 (3, B 
M a Churchill place, Broughty Ferry 

Castle street to N. 11 (B 

City arcade, Crichton street 
F b City chambers, Crichton st. 2 (2 
D d City road, continuation of Miln 

bank road to Lochee 3, 8 (4 

F b City square, High street 2 (2 
C c Clarendon terrace, 271 to 297 

Perth road 9 (V 

G f Claverhouse road. Old Glamis 

road to Forfar road 5 (5 

L b Claypotsrd., Bro. F., Brook st.,N 

to Burgh boundary 10 (3, B 
D d Cleghorn street, from 17 City 

road to Lochee road 8 (4 

F e Clepington road, Pitkerro road to 

Coupar Angus rd. 3, 5, 7 (2, 3, 4, A 
F d Clepington st., Dundonald street 

to N. 5 (3 

EfCWverd., 343Kingswayto N. 7 (A; 
Q d Clive street, Argyle street to 

Clepington road 5 (3 

E g Cloan road, Downfield, Strath 

martin e road to W. 7 (A 

G d Clunie place, 45-9 Erskine st. 4 (3 
D d Cobden street, Lochee, Lochee 

road to Loons road 3 (4 

E c Cochrane st., 27 Lochee road 6 (2 
E e Coldside, district W. of Strath 

martine road at Paterson st. 7 (2 
E e Coldside road, Hospital street to 

Strathmartine road 7 (2 

O a Collingwood crescent, Bro. Ferry 

off Bridge street to W. 11 (B 
O a Collingwood street, Bro'ty Ferry 

Bridge st. to Balmossie st. 11 (B 
O a Collingwood terrace, Bro. Ferry 

N. side of Collingwood st. 11 (B 
F c Commercial court, 5 and 23 Com 

mercial street 1 (2 

F c Commercial street, 40 Dock street 

to 15 Albert square 1, 6 (2 

L b Constable lane, West Ferry, S. 

side Dundee road 10 

L b Constable place, Broughty Ferry, 

50, 52 Dundee road 10 

F c Constable street, from St Roque's 

lane to Wallace street 1 (3) 

E c Constitution road, Barrack street 

to N. 6, 7 (2) 



E d Constitution st., from top of Con- 
stitution road to Hilltown 6, 7 (2) 

E d Constitution street, Upper, contin. 
Constitution road to N. 7 (2) 

E c Constitution terrace, top Constitu- 
tion road 7 (2) 

D c Corso street, 54 Peddie street to 
Blackness avenue 9 (1) 

M a Cottage place, Broughty Ferry, 
King street to Long lane 11 (B) 

F c Cotton road, from junction of Vic- 
toria rd. and Dens rd. to N. 4 (3) 

F c Coupar's alley, 12 Wellgate 6 (2) 

C / Coupar Angus road, Lochee, High 
street to N. 3 (4) 

D d Coupar street, Lochee, Logie street 
to Loons road 3 (4) 

E c Courier place, Albert square 6 (2) 

F d Court street, Dundonald street to 
Clepington road 5 (3) 

E c Courthouse square, square front- 
ing Courthouse, W. Bell st. 6 (2) 

E b Couttie's wd., 38 Nethergate 2 (2) 

F d Cowan street, Dens road to Brown 
Constable street 4 (3) 

F c Cowgate, 79 Murraygate to 
B. 1, 6 (2, 3) 

E h Cox street, Downfield, St Mary's 
road to Symers street 7 (A) 

E b Craig court, 7 Craig street (2) 

E b Craig pier, landing place of Tay 
ferries, S. end of S. Union st. 2 (2) 

E b Craig street, 29 West Dock street 
to Craig pier 2 (2) 

G c Craighall cres. , 32-48 Albert st. 4(3) 

J b Craigie avenue, Arbroath road to 
Strathern rd., Bro'ty Ferry 1 (3) 

G c Craigie st., 73 Albert st. to E. 4(3) 

H c Craigie ter. , 208-228 Ferry rd. 1 (3) 

G d Craigiebank place, 2 - 12 Pitkerro 
road 5 (3) 

G d Craigiebank terrace, 16 to 28 Pit- 
kerro road 5 (3) 

J c Craigiebarnsrd.,off Craigie avenue 
to N. 1 (3) 

L b Craignabrattan terrace, 1-9 Ed- 
ward street, West Ferry 6 (B) 

6r c Crescent lane, 18 Princes st. 4 (3) 

F c Crescent street, 8 Princes street to 
Victoria street 4 (3) 

E b Crichton street, 24 High street to 
Greenmarket 2 (2) 

G d Crimond pi., 13, 15Pitkerrord. (3) 

/ c Crombie terrace, East Haddon 
road to Noran avenue 1 (3) 

E b Cross row, Small's wynd to Park 
wynd 9 (1) 

M a Cross street, Broughty Ferry, 
Brook street to N. " 11 (B) 

M a Cumberland place, B.F., corner of 
Brook st. and Castle st. 11 (B) 

F c Cunningham street, Lyon street to 
Arthurstone terrace 4 (3) 



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STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 



F b Customhouse buildings, E. side of 

King William dock 1 (2) 

G d Daisybank, 40 Forfar road 5 (3) 
H c Dalgleish road, Broughty Ferry 

road to Arbroath road 1 (3) 

D c Dalhousie place, 61 Locheerd. 8(4) 
O a Dalhousie road, Broughty Ferry, 

Abertay st. to Balmossie st. 11(B) 
G c Dalhousie terrace, 344 to 356 

Perth road 2 (1) 

L b Dalhousie terrace, Bro. Ferry, 

6, 8 Balmyle road 10 (3) 

O a Dalhousie terrace, Bro. Ferry, 

24-40 Dalhousie road 11 (3) 

H c Dalkeith road, Broughty Ferry 

road to Pitkerro road 1, 4 (3) 
E c Dallfield ter. , 22 Dudhope st. 6 (2) 
E c Dallfield walk, 44 Dudhope st. 6 (2) 
D c Daniel street, 138 Brook street to 

Blackness road 8 (1) 

L a David lane, Bro. Ferry, David 

street to Bell's lane 11 (B) 

L a David street, Bro. Ferry, Fisher 

street to N. 11 (B) 

M b Davidson street, Broughty Ferry, 

Claypots rd. to Cedar rd. 10 (B) 
7" c Dean avenue, Craigie avenue to 

Greendykes road 1 (3) 

D c Dempster street, from Daniel st. 

to Burnett street 8 (1) 

H d Dennison road, Anstruther road 

to Dalkeith road 4 (3) 

F c Dens brae, 100 King street to 197 

Victoria road 4 (3) 

F d Dens road, E. end Victoria road to 

Moncur crescent 4, 5 (3) 

F c Dens street, 16 Blackscroft to 

Princes street 1 (3) 

Ma Derby place, B.F., corner of 

Castle st and Panmure st. 11 (B) 
E d Derby street, 9 Hill st. to N. 7 (2) 
MaDick street, Broughty Ferry, 

Camphill road to N.E. 11 (B) 
F b Dock street, from South Union st. 

to foot of Trades lane 1, 2 (2) 
F c Dock street, East, from foot of 

Trades lane to E. 1 (3) 

F b Dock street, West, 6 Dock street 

to Protection wall 2 (2) 

D tf Doig'ster., 190, 192 Locheerd. 8(4) 
E d Don's road, 21 Rosebank road to 

Constitution street 6 (2) 

B /Donald's lane, L., Pitalpin st. 3 (4) 
B e Donald st., Lochee, Southrd. 3(4) 
Ma Douglas pi., B.F., 9-15 Ramsay st. 
E c Douglas street, from Dudhope 

crescent to Lower pleasance 8 (1) 
E d Douglas terrace, continuation of 

Panmure terrace to W. 7 (2) 

L a Douglas ter., B.F., Westfield rd. 

to Dundee rd., River front 10 (3) 
Ma Drummondplace,Broughty Ferry, 

9-15 Castle street 



E d Drummond street, Somerville pi. 

to Adelaide place 7 (2) 

E c Dudhope Crescent road, Consti- 
tution rd. to Lochee rd. 6 (2) 
E c Dudhope place, W. end of Dud- 
hope street, N. side 6 (2) 
E c Dudhope street, 6 Hilltown to 

Constitution road 6 (2) 

E d Dudhope terrace, Somerville place 

to Lochee road 6, 7, 8 (2, 4) 

G d Duff street, Argyle street to 

Clepington road 5 (3) 

F d Duff terrace, 44 Main street (3) 
M a Dumbie's close, Broughty Ferry, 

Brook street to Long lane 11(B) 
E g Duncan street, Downfield, Strath- 

martine rd. to Haldane st. 7 (A) 
D d Duncan's terrace, 172 and 174 

Lochee road 8 (4) 

L a Dundas street, Broughty Ferry, 

Fisher street to King st. 10 (B) 
K b Dundee road, B. Ferry, Craigie 

avenue to Claypots road 10 (3) 
F d Dundonald street, Arklay street 

to Stobswell road 5 (3) 

K b Dunella road, B. Ferry, Albany 

road to Strathern road 10 (3) 
Ma Dunira street, Broughty Ferry, 

Whinnybrae to W. 11 (B) 

L b Duntrune ter. , Bro. Ferry, Strath- 
ern road to Claypots road 10(3) 
G eZDura street, Dens road to Forfar 

road 4, 5 (3) 

F c Eadie's road, 70 Victoria rd. 6 (3) 
F c Eagle buildings, 65 Trades lane (2) 
C eEarl street, Lochee, Coupar Angus 

road to W. 3 (4) 

E c Earnbank place, 351 Clepington 

road 7 (A) 

D c Easson's angle, 31 Milnbank road 

8(4) 

M a Easson's lane, Broughty Ferry, 

Brook street to S. 11 (B) 

G e Eastwood place, 107 to 109 Clep- 
ington road 5 (A) 
G e Eastwood terrace, 105 Clepington 

road 5 (A) 

G c Eden street, 97 Arbroath road to 

Watson street 1 (3) 

Ma Edenbain place, Broughty Ferry, 

317-321 King street 
F c Edengrove, 99 to 103 Arbroath rd. 

and 1 Eden street 1 (3) 

L b Edward place, Bro. Ferry, 6-14 

Camperdown street 10 

D c Edward street, West end Brook 

street to 121 Blackness rd. 8 (1) 
iV b Edzell street, B.F., continuation 

of Abertay street to N. 11 (B) 
L a Eglintine place, B. Ferry, corner 

of Church street and Long lane 
G e Elder's lane, Lochee, South rd. 3(4) 
E f Elgin street, off Park road 7 (A) 



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23 



G d Eliza street, Albert street to 

Molison street 4, 5 (3) 

F d Elizabeth street, 52 Ann street to 

North George street 5 (3) 

E e Ellagrove place, 345-349 Cleping- 

ton road 7 (A) 

G c Ellen place, 1 to 31 Lyon st. 4 (3) 
F c Ellen street, 8 S. George street to 

Ann street 4 (3) 

F c Ellen street, North, continuation 

Ellen st. to St Salvador st. 5 (3) 
G c Ellengowan drive, Ferry road to 

Arbroath road 1 (3) 

K b Ellieslea road, Bro. Ferry, Dundee 

road to Strathem road ] (3) 
B d Elliot road, Glamis road to Black- 
ness road 8 (1, 4) 
D c Elm place, 121 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
G c Elm street, Blackness road to N. 
E e Elmbank buildings, 323-327 Clep- 

ington road (A) 

B e Elmwood road, Glamis road to 

South road, Lochee 3, 8 (4) 

F c Elsinore place, 3 Hilltown 6 (3) 
F c Errol ter., 90-94 Victoria rd. 4 (3) 
L a Erskine lane, Bro. Ferry, Brook 

street to Church street 10 (B) 
G c Erskine street, 37 Victoria street 

to Dura street 4 (3) 

Gd Erskine street, North, 28 Dura 

street to Dundonald street 5 (3) 
G d Erskine terrace, 61 to 93 Cleping- 

ton road 5 (A) 

E b Esplanade, from Craig pier W. to 

Ninewells, fronting River 2 (1) 
iV a Esplanade, Bro. Ferry, Mill st. to 

Bridge st., fronting River 11(B) 
E b Esplanade bids., corner Craigst. (2) 
A c Esplanade road, Perth road to 

Ninewells junction (1) 

B d Eton street, Oxford street to 

Cambridge street 8 (1) 

E c Euclid cres., top Reform st. to Bell 

st. by both sides High Sch'l 6 (2) 
E c Euclid st., E. side of Constitution 

road, opposite Ward Chapel 6 (2) 
F b Exchange street, 50 Castle street 

to Commercial street 1 (2) 

F d Fairbairn street, Arklay street to 

Provost road 5 (3) 

E eFairfieldcotts.,339Clep'tonrd. (A) 
E e Fairfield road, Strathmartine road 

to Old Glamis road (A) 

K b Fairfield road, Broughty Ferry, 

Dundee rd. to Arbroath rd. 10 (3) 
F e Fairfield street, Fairmuir street to 

Old Glamis road 7 (A) 

F e Fairley place, 243-257 Clepington 

road 7 (A) 

F e Fairmuir road, Old Glamis road to 

Fairmuir street 7 (A) 

F e Fairmuir street, 321 Clepington rd. 

to N. 7 (A) 



C c Falconhurst terrace, 5 to 9 Hynd- 
ford street 9 (1) 

B c Farington crescent, Farington st. 
to Westgrove avenue 9 (1) 

B c Farington street, Perth road to 
Westgrove avenue 9 (1) 

B c Farington terrace, Perth road to 
Farington crescent 9 (1) 

E c Fearnbank, 331-3 Clep'gtonrd. (A) 

G g Ferguson st. , 112 Princes st. 4 (3) 

G c Ferry road, continuation Blacks- 
croft to Broughty Ferry 1 (3) 

E d Fingask street, Adelaide place to 
Kinghorne road 7 (2) 

Mb Fintry place, Bro. Ferry, Seafield 
road to Forthill road 10 (B) 

Mb Fintry pi., West, Bro. Ferry, Sea- 
field road to Claypots road 10(B) 

D c Firbank, 138, 140 Lochee rd. 8 (4) 

L a Fisher street, B.F., Church st. to 
Gray st., fronting River 10, 11 (B) 

F e Fleming gardens, East, Arklay st. 
to N. & S. Fleming gardens 5 (3) 

F e Fleming gardens, North, Fleming 
gardens, W. to E. 5 (3) 

F e Fleming gardens, South, Fleming 
gardens, W. to E. 5 (3) 

F e Fleming gardens, West, Provost 
rd.to N.&S. Fleming gardens5(3) 

D c Fleuchar street, Fyffe street to 
Blyth street ' 8 (4) 

C e Flight's lane, Lochee, 100 High st. 

D c Ford's lane, 306 Hawkhill to 163 
Perth road 9 (1) 

F d Ford's terrace, 54 to 60 Main st. (3) 

F c Forebank road, 86 Victoria rd. to 
Ann street 4, 6 (3) 

F c Forebank terrace, 22 Forebank 
road 6 (3) 

D c Forest Park place, Forest Park 
road to Edward street 8 (1) 

D c Forest Park road, 147 Blackness 
road to 24 Milnbank road 8 (1) 

E c Forester street, Rattray street to 
Nicoll street 6 (2) 

G d Forfar road, continuation Albert 
street to N. 5 (3, A) 

C c Fort street, Perth road to Rich- 
mond terrace 2 (1) 

Ma Fort street, Broughty Ferry, River 
to Camperdown street 10, 11 (B) 

Mb Forthill avenue, Bro. Ferry, Fort- 
hill road to E., to Recreation 
ground 11 (B) 

M b Forthill drive, B.F., Nursery road 

M b Forthill place, B. F., Forthill drive 
to N. 11 (B) 

Mb Forthill road, B.F., Camperdown 
street to Balgillo road 10, 1 1 (B) 

Ff Foster road, 301 Kingsway 
to N. 7(A) 

F c Foundry lane, east end of Sea- 
gate to E. 1 (3) 



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E e Francis street, Strathmartine road 
to Quarry road 7 (2) 

E d Fraser street, Bruce street to 
Mortimer street 7 (2) 

E g Frederick street, Downfield, Cam- 
perdown road to Cloan rd. 7 (A) 

D d Fullarton street, Lochee, Camp- 
bell street to Loons road 3 (4) 

B e Fyffe's lane, Lochee, South rd. 3(4) 

D c Fyffe street, 66 Polepark rd. 8 (4) 

J c Gannochie terrace, Arbroath road 
to Carlochie place 1 (3) 

D c Gardner's lane, 57 Lochee rd. 8 (4) 

D d Gardner street, from top of 
Rankine street to Loons rd. 3 (4) 

J b Gardyne road, Craigie avenue to 
N. 1 (3) 

E c Garland pi. , 22 and 24 Constitution 
road, and 2 to 14 Barrack rd. 6 (2) 

Ma Garland pl.,Bro. Fy.,360 Brook st. 

F c Gellatly street, 52 Dock street to 
Seagate 1 (2) 

F d George street, North, 235 Hill town 
to Church street 5 (3) 

F c George street, South, 15 Nelson 
street to 22 William street 4 (3) 

C /"Georgest., Lochee,93Liff road 3(4) 

C e Gibb's lane, Lochee, 30 High st. 3(4) 

G a Gibson terrace, 41 Mains loan 5 (3) 

E f Gillburn road, Downfield, Strath- 
martine road to E. 7 (A) 

E c Gladstone pi., 32 DudhopeCres.rd. 

Ma Gladstone place, Broughty Ferry, 
469-475 Brook street 11 

Ma Gladstone terrace, Bro'ty Ferry, 
439 to 467 Brook street 11 

B d Glamis drive, Glamis road to 
West 8, 9 (1) 

Bd Glamis road, Perth rd. to Northern 
Balgay approach 8, 9 (1, 4) 

F d Glamis street, 16 St Salvador 
street to Main street 5 (3) 

G c Glebe st., 32 Lilybank rd. to S.l (3) 

D c Glenagnes road, from 211 Black- 
ness road to Scott street 8 (1) 

D c Glenagnes street, Glenagnes road 
to W. 8 (1) 

E e Glenclova terrace, Strathmore 
avenue to Glenogil avenue 3 (4) 

D e Glenesk avenue, Harefield road 
to Loons road 3 (4) 

D e Glenisla terrace, Alpin road to 
Glenesk avenue 3 (4) 

E e Glenmarkie terrace, Strathmore 
avenue to Glenmoy avenue 3 (4) 

E e Glenmoy avenue, Clepington road 
to Johnston avenue 3 (4) 

E e Glenogil avenue, Johnston avenue 
to Glenprosen terrace 3 (4) 

E e Glenprosen terrace, Strathmore 
avenue to Glenogil avenue 3 (4) 

b Godfrey street, Bro. Ferry, Pan- 
mure terrace to Gordon st. 11(B) 



O b Gordon street, Bro. Ferry, Aber- 

cromby st. to Godfrey st. 11 (B) 
D d Gordon street, Lochee, Logie 

street to Cobden street 3 (4) 

E c Gowan's court, 21 North Tay 

street and 225 Overgate 6 (1) 
M b Gowan's lane, Broughty Ferry, 

Seafield road to E. 10 (B) 

D d Gowanbank, 167 Lochee road 8 (4) 
C c Gowrie pi., 289-299 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
D c Gowrie street, 5 Blackness avenue 
9(1) 
G c Graham place, 171 Princes st. 1 (3) 
F e Graham street, 183 Clepington 

road to N. 5 (A) 

Ma Grange terrace, Broughty Ferry, 

61-69 Monifieth road 11 

D 6Grantwellpl.,276-292Perthrd. (1) 
C e Gray's lane, Lochee, 31 High 

street to Burnside street 3 (4) 
M a Gray street, Broughty Ferry, 

River to Camphill road 11 (B) 
B e Gray street, Lochee, Liff road to 

South road 3 (4) 

/ c Greendykes road, Ferry road to 

Arbroath road 1 (3) 

D b Greenfield place, 156 Perth road 

to 17 Magdalen Yard road 2 (1) 
F e Greenlawplace, 195-201 Clepington 

road (A) 

D d Grieve's ter.. 164 Lochee rd. 8 (4) 
C fi Grosveuor rd., 315 Perth rd. 9 (1) 
D b Grosvenor terrace, 307 to 313 

Perth road 9 (1) 

L b Grove road, Bro. Ferry, 47 Dundee 

road to 56 Strathern road 10 (3) 
L b Grove road, North, continuation 

of Grove road to N. 10 (3) 

G c Grove street, foot of Springhill 1(3) 
E c Guthrie pi. , top of Guthrie st. (l) 
E c Guthrie street, from top of N. Tay 

street W. to Brook street 8 (1) 
O a Guthrie ter., Bro. Ferry, Dalhousie 

road to Montague street 11 (B) 
H c Haddon road, East, Arbroath 

road to Greendykes road 1 (3) 
M a Haldane lane, Broughty Ferry, 

Brook street to N. 10 (B) 

E g Haldanestreet, Downfield, Strath- 
martine road to Church road 7(A) 
Ob Hamilton street, B.F., Abertay 

street to Montague street 11 (B) 
E d Harcourt street, 108 Strathmar- 
tine road 7 (2) 
D e Harefield road, Lochee, from 

Loons road to Tofthill 3 (4) 

E h Harestane rd., Downfield, Strath- 
martine road to E. 7 (A) 
M b Harley street, Broughty Ferry, 

Camperdown street to N. 10 (B) 
D e Harlow place, Brantwood avenue 

to Byron crescent 7 (4) 

G d Harriet street, 42 Dura street 5 (3) 



STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &o. 



M a Harris pi. , B. F. , 315 King st. 11 
B d Harrow street, 421 Blackness rd. 

to Oxford street 8 (1) 

Ma Hartington place, Bro'ty Ferry, 

477-487 Brook street 11 

D c Havelock place, 247 Hawkhill, and 

2 to 6 Peddie street 9 (1) 

Dc Hawkhill, from Westport W. to 

Perth road 9 (1 

D b Hawkhill place, 17 Perth road 9 (1 
G e Haywood pi., Woodlands ter. 5 (A 
A d Hazel drive, Perth road to Glamis 

drive 8, 9 (1 

E c Hean's lane, 24 Small's wynd 2 (1 
E c Hedge road, 14 Dudhope st. 6 (2 
E c Henderson's wynd, East, 15 West 

port 8 (1 

E c Henderson's wynd, West,W.endof 

Guthrie street to Douglas st. 8(1 
E e Hepburn street, 175 Stiathmar 

tine road to Caird avenue 7 (2 
Ma Hermitage road, Broughty Ferry 

Queen st. to Camphill rd. 11 (B 
M a Hermitage terrace, B.F., 43-49 

Camphill road 11(B 

D b Hermonhill, 21to27Perth rd. 9 (1 
D b Hermonhill ter., 27 Perth rd. 9 (1 
G e Heron's lane, Lochee, South road 
E c High st., the principal street or 

square in centre of city 1, 2, 6 (2 
G e High street, Lochee, continuation 

Logiest. to Coupar Angus rd. 3(4 
M b Hill rd., B. F. , Hill st. to N. 11 (B 
E d Hill st., 36 Strathmartine rd. 7 (2 
Ma Hill street, Broughty Ferry 

Forthill road to E. 11 (B 

M b Hill terrace, Broughty Ferry, 3 

Hill street 11 (B 

F d Hillbank, a district B. of Jamaica 

street to Dens road 5 (3 

F d Hillbank road, from top of Cotton 

road to Dens road 4, 5 (3 

F c Hillbrae, 138 Hilltown 6 (2 

G c Hillcrest road, Blackness avenue 

to Marchfield road 9 (1 

B d Hillside road, Glamis drive to N 

8(1 

F d Hilltown (or Bonnethill), top of 

Wellgate to N. 5, 6, 7 (2, 3 

F e Hindmarsh avenue, Clepingtonrd 

to South Fleming gardens 5 (3 
N b Holly road, Bro. Ferry, Camphil 

road to Castleroy road 11 (B 
L b Home street, Bro. Ferry, Dougla: 

terrace to Dundee road 10 (3 
L a Home street, East, Bro. Ferry 

Dundee rd. to Westfieldrd. 10 (3 
L b Home terrace, Broughty Ferry, 

78-92 Dundee road 10 (3 

D c Hop street, 116 Lochee road 8 (1 
F c Horse wynd, 41 Murraygate to 52 

Seagate 1 (2) 

E c Horsewater wynd, 81 Brook st. 8 



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E d Hospital park, N. of Kinghorne 

road 7 (2) 

E e Hospital street, Clepington road 

to Strathmore avenue 7 (2) 

Ma Howie place, Broughty Ferry, 

Long lane at Gray street 11 

Ma Hunter place, Broughty Ferry, 

42-56 Monifieth road 11 

E c Hunter street, 50 Brook street 

to 43 Hawkhill 2, 9 (1) 

Ma Hutton place, Bro'ty Ferry, Moni- 
fieth road to Ramsay street 11 (B) 
C c Hyndf ord place, Blackness avenue 

to Speed street 9 (1) 

G c Hyndford street, 269 Perth road 

to Blackness road 9 (1) 

G c Hyndford ter. , Hyndford st. 9(1) 
F c Idvies street, 91 Victoria road 6 (3) 
E c India buildings, 86 Bell street and 

2 and 4 Victoria road 6 (2) 

D d Inverary terrace, continuation of 

Albany ter. to W. 3, 7, 8 (2, 4) 
D d Inverlaw place, Dudhope terrace 

to Albany terrace 7, 8 (4) 

a Invermark ter. , Bro. Ferry, Aber- 

cromby st. to Guthrie ter. 11 (B) 
E c Ireland's lane, 24 Bell street 6 (2) 
E e Irvine's square, 44 Bell street (2) 
F d Isla street, Main st. to Dens rd. 5 (3) 
F d Isla street, North, Dens road to 

Tannadice street 5 (3) 

D c Isles' lane, 115 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
H c Ivanhoe place, St Ronan's avenue 

to Kenilworth avenue 1 (3) 

F d Jamaica street, 90 Ann street 5 (3) 
L a James pi., Bro. Feny, Westfiehi 

road to Church street 10 (3) 

F d James street, 26 Ann street to 

North George street 5 (3) 

G d Janefield place, 26 Forfar road to 

Mains loan 5 (3) 

C d Jedburgh road, Blackness road to 

Glamis road 8 (1, 4) 

M b Jessiman terrace, Broughty Ferry, 

40, 42 Forthill road 11 (B) 

L a Jetty lane, Broughty Ferry, Fisher 

street to N. 11 (B) 

E c John st. ,12 Dudhope Cres. rd. 6 (2) 
D e Johnston avenue, Strathmore 

avenue to Clepington road 3 (4) 
E c Johnston's lane, 2 Brook st. 2 (1) 
E c Johnston street, top of N. Lindsay 

street 6 (1) 

Ma Jubilee place, Broughty Ferry, 

36, 38 Castle street 11 (B) 

F o Kandahar house, 71 Meadowside 
6(2) 
G d Kelso place, Kelso street to Jed- 
burgh road 8 (1) 
C d Kelso street, Blackness road to 

Jedburgh road 8(1) 

F e Kelvin street, Old Glamis road to 

Balgray street 7 (A) 



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STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 



G c Kemback street, 54 Arbroath road 

to M'Gill street 4 (3) 

H c Kenil worth avenue, Broughty 

Ferry road to Arbroath rd. 1 (3) 
Ma Kenmore place, Broughty Ferry, 

20-24 Monifieth road 11 

D d Kenmore terrace, Kinpurnie place 

to Lawside terrace 7 (4) 

C e Kerr's lane, Lochee, Lome st. 3 (4) 
O b Kerrington crescent, Bro. Ferry, 

off Dalhousie road 11 (B) 

F d Kidd st., 3 North William st. 5 (3) 
D d Kilberry street, Lochee, Lawside 

road to Cobden street 3 (4) 

D d Killin avenue, Kinpurnie place to 

Lawside terrace 7 (4) 

D c Kincardine street, 46 Blackness 

road to 97 Hawkhill 9 (1) 

E d Kinghorne road, Hill town to Law- 
side road 7(2) 
D d Kinghorne terrace, off Lawside 

road to E. 7 (4) 

D e Kingscross road, 8 Loons road, 

Lochee, to N. 3 (4) 

F c King's road, 18 King street to 

Victoria road 4, 6 (3) 

F c King street, from Cowgate to 

Princes street 1, 4, 6 (3) 

Ma King street, Bro. Ferry, Westfield 

road to Mill street 10, 11 (3, B) 
G e Kingsway, Arbroath road at top of 

Strips of Craigie road to King's 

cross 4, 5, 7 (3, A) 

Ff Kingsway terrace, off Park road 

to N. 7 (A) 

D c Kinloch place, 105 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
E d Kinloch street, 108 Rosebank 

street to Carmichael street 7 (2) 
E d Kinloch terrace, Carmichael street 

to Upper Constitution st. 7 (2) 
E d Kinnaird street, Kinghorne road 

to Stirling street 7 (2) 

i" c Kinnordy terrace, Ferry road to 

Craigie avenue 1 (3) 

D d Kinpurnie place, between Law 

crescent and Bvron street 7 (4) 
F c Kirk entry, 19 Wellgate 6 (3) 

C e Kirk street, Lochee, Lome street 

to S. 3 (4) 

F b Kirkcaldy's court, 49 Dock st. (2) 
E g Kirkton road, Downfield, Strath- 

martine road to E. 7 (A) 

E c Laburnst.,50DudhopeCres.rd. (2) 
F c Lady well pi. , 5-21 Victoria rd. 6 (2) 
F d Laing street, 57 Cotton road 4 (3) 
E h Laird street, Downfield, Strath- 

martine road to W. 7 (A) 

F c Lamb's lane, 124 Victoria rd. 4 (3) 
G e Lammerton terrace, Forfar road 

to Mains loan 5 (A) 

G d Langlands st. , 128 Albert st. 4 (3) 
E c Lansdownepl.,3Constit'onrd. 6(2) 
D c Larch street, 140 Brook st. 8 (1) 



E c Laurelbank, east side Constitution 

road 6 (2) 

E d Lauriston place, 47, 47a Kinghorne 

road 7 (2) 

J b Lavender street, Craigie avenue 

to S. 1 (3) 

D d Law crescent, Hill street to King- 
horne road 7 (4) 
E d Law road, Kinghorne road to Hill 

street 7 (4) 

D d Law steps, 169 Lochee road to 

Lawhill (4) 

Ed Lawstreet,Dudhopeter. toN. 7(2) 
D c Lawrence street, 13 Milnbank road 

to Fyffe street 8 (4) 

L a Lawrence street, Broughty Ferry, 

Brook street to King st. 10 (B) 
D d Lawside road, Albany terrace to 

Loons road 3, 7, 8 (4) 

D d Lawside terrace, off Lawside road 

to E. 7 (4) 

E d Lawson place, 23 Constitution 

street to Stirling street 7 (2) 

E e Lawton road, Strathmore avenue 

to Law crescent 7 (2, 4) 

Ala Lebanon place, Bro. Ferry, corner 

of King st. and St Vincent st. 11 
E d Leng street, 67 Hill st. to N. 7 (2) 
Na Lethnot street, Broughty Ferry, 

Abercromby street to W. 11 (B) 
G f Liff road, Lochee, Coupar Angus 

road to W. 3 (4) 

G c Lily bank road, 47 Arbroath road 

to Ferry road 1 (3) 

C c Lime street, Scott st. to S. 8 (1) 
E d Lincolnst,,Lengst.toDerbyst. 7(2) 
E c Lindsay street, North, 115 Over- 
gate to "Ward road 6 (1, 2) 
E b Lindsay street, South, 23 Nether- 
gate to 106 Overgate 2 (1, 2) 
Mb Lindsay street, Broughty Ferry, 

Lindsay's lane to Hill road 11(B) 
Mb Lindsay's lane, Broughty Ferry, 

Hill street to Lindsay st. 11 (B) 
Ma Links cottages, Broughty Ferry, 

north side of Castle street 11 (B) 
Ma Links place, Broughty Ferry, 71-77 

Castle street 11 (B) 

M a Links street, East, Bro'ty Ferry, 

Castle street to N. 11 (B) 

2" c Linn avenue, Greendykes road to 

Craigie avenue 1 (3) 

E e Lintrathen gardens, IV. Cleping- 

ton road 7 (A) 

E e Lintrathen street, Lintrathen gar- 
dens to Soutar street 7 (A) 
E c Littlejohn st., John st. to W. 6 (2) 
6r d Loch Moy pi. , 15, 1 6 Baxter Park 

terrace and 38 Park avenue 4 (3) 
G d Loch Tay place, 11 - 14 Baxter 

Park terrace 
D c Lochee road, from top of N. Tay 

street to Logie st. 3, 6, 7,8(1, 2, 4) 






STREETS, SQUARES, 

J c Lochlee terrace, Craigie avenue to 
Crombie terrace 1 (3) 

C e Logie ave., Glenagnes road to W. 

C d Logie street, Lochee, Cobden street 
to Bridge, Lochee station 3 (4) 

D d Logiebank, 30-40 Rankine st. 3 (4) 

D d Logiebank, 142-144B Lochee rd. 8 (4) 

Ma Long lane, Bro'tv Ferry, West- 
field rd. to New 'rd. 10, 11 (3, B) 

E b Long wynd, 75 Nethergate to 194 
Overgate 2 (1) 

E d Longair street, M'Kinnon street 
to Kinghorne road 7 (2) 

D e Loons road, Alpin road to Logie 
street, Lochee 3, 7 (4) 

H d Loraine road, Anstruther road 
to Dalkeith road 4 (3) 

E e Lorimer street, Strathmore ave. 
to S. 7 (2) 

C e Lome street, Lochee, South road 
to Gray street 3 (4) 

G d Lome terrace, Forfar road 5 (3) 

L b Louise terrace, Broughty Ferry, 
24-70 Grove road 10 (3) 

D c Lowden's alley, 157 Hawkhill 9 (1) 

I c Lunan terrace, Ferry road to 
Carlochie place 1 (3) 

M a Lyell place, Broughty Ferry. 105, 
107 Long lane 11 (B) 

O d Lynnewood pi., 5 Madeira st. 5 (3) 
Lyon's close, 61 Hawkhill (1) 

G c Lyon street, 28 Albert street to 
Dens road 4 (3) 

D c Lyttonst.,21Blacknessav.toE.9(l) 

D f Macalpine road, Kingscross to 
American Muir 7 (A) 

E d Macaulay street, Upper Constitu- 
tion st. to Carmichael st. 7 (2) 

E c M'Donald street, 102 Hilltown 
to Arthur street 6 (2) 

G c M'Gill street, 101 Albert st. 4 (3) 

Ed M'Kinnon street, Upper Consti- 
tution st. to Carmichael st. 7 (2) 

E h M'Lean street, Downfield, Strath - 
martine road to W. 7 (A) 

H d Macnabb street, Clepington road 
to Kingsway, between Pitkerro 
road and Martin street 5 (A) 

D b M' Vicar's lane, 150 Perth rd. 2 (1) 

G d Madeira street, Forfar road to 
Pitkerro road 5 (3) 

D b Magdalen green, S. of Magdalen 
Yard rd. , fronting the river 2 (1) 

D b Magdalen pi., 43 MagdalenYardrd. 

C 6 Magdalen terrace, 24 to 32 Shep- 
herd's loan 2 (1) 

D b Magdalen Yard road, Roseangle 
to Windsor street 2 (1) 

F d Main street, from top of Hilltown 
E. to Dens road 5 (3) 

G e Mains drive, AVoodside avenue to 
Mains loan 5 (3) 

G d Mainsloan,top Albert st.to N.5 (3) 



LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 



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F d Mains rd., top of Hilltown to Dens 

road 5,7(2,3) 

G e Mains ter., Mains loan to East 5 (3) 
G c Maitland street, Dura street to 

Arthurstone terrace 4 (3) 

E c Malcolm's pend, Henderson's W. 

wynd to Guthrie street (1) 

G d Malcolm street, 13 Ogilvie street 
5(3) 
E b Malthouse close, 58 Nethergate (1) 
D c Manor pi., 189 to 223 Perth rd. 9(1) 
Ma Manor st., B.F., King st.to N.ll(B) 
J b Margaret crescent, Christian road 

to Dundee road 1 (3) 

L a Margaret place, Broughty Ferry, 

19 King street 10 (3) 

F b Marine parade, south of Victoria 

dock 1 (2, 3) 

E c Marine place, 80 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
F c Maritime bldgs., 26 E. Dock st. (3) 
G c Market street, East Dock street to 

Ferry road 1 (3) 

F e Marryat street, Caird avenue to 

Provost road 7 (2) 

F e Marryat terrace, Marryat street 

to N. and S. 7 (2) 

L a Mars lane, Broughty Ferry, David 

lane to N. 11 (B) 

P a Marshall place, Broughty Ferry, 

S. end of Balmossie street 11 (B) 
C e Marshall street, Lochee, 56 High 

street to Balgay street 3 (4) 

Rd Martin street, 53 Clepington road 

to Nairn st. and Kingsway 5 (A) 
F c Mary Ann lane, East Dock street 

to Seagate 1 (3) 

C e Marybank lane, Lochee, Lome 

street to Liff road 3 (4) 

G d Maryfield, a district N. of Albert 

street 5 (3) 

M a Maryfield road, Broughty Ferry, 

Camphil) rd. to Hill st. 11 (B) 
G d Maryfield terrace, Forfar road to 

Mains loan 5 (3) 

E c Masonic place, 46 Dudhope Cres- 
cent road 6 (2) 
O a Maule street, Bro'ty Ferry, Dal- 

housie rd. to Navarre st. ] 1 (B) 
F d Maxwelltown, district North of 

Ann street 
F c Meadow entry, 18 Murraygate 6 (2) 
Meadow house, 64 Reform street 
F c Meadow Place buildings, E. end 

Bell street 6 (2) 

F c Meadow street, 24 Wellgate to 

Meadowside 6 (2) 

E c Meadowside, from top of Barrack 

street to Victoria road 6 (2) 

E c Meal's close, 167 Overgate (1) 

F d Melbourne pi. , 49-55 Dens rd. 5(3) 
G d Melrose terrace, Court street 5 (3) 
G c Melville lane, Ferry road to East 

Dock street 1 (3) 



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STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 



B c Melville ter., Westpark road 9 (1) 
E c Mercantile build'ga, 46-56 Bell st. 
C e Methven street, Lochee, off High 

street 3 

E b Mid Kirk style, from Tally street 

to South Lindsay street (2) 

F d Mid road, 29b Strathmartine road 

to Mains road 7 (2) 

E c Mid street,49 Constitution rd.6 (2) 
C e Mid street. South, Lochee, 28 Bank 

street 3 (4) 

B b Mid wynd, 77 Perth road to 

Hawkhill 9 (1) 

F b Middle street, 69 Princes street 

to 66 Blackscroft 1 (3) 

M a Mill street, Broughty Ferry, River 

to King street 11 (B) 

C e Millar'slane,Lochee,Southrd. 3(4) 
E c Miller's pend, 17 Brook street (1) 
D b Miller's wynd, 51 Perth road to 

208 Hawkhill 9 (1) 

E b Miln's bldgs. , 136 Nethergate 2 (1) 
E c Miln street, from Brown street to 

West Henderson's wynd 8 (1) 
D c Milnbank road, W. end Brook 

street to City road 8 (1, 4) 

H d Milner street, Clepington road to 

Nairn street 5 (3, A) 

D c Milne's East wynd, 171 Brook 

street to Douglas street 8 (1) 
D c Milne's West wynd, 183 Brook 

street to Douglas street 8 (1) 
E d Milton street, Byron street to 

Strathmore avenue 7 (2) 

I c Milton of Craigie road, Arbroath 

road to North 4 (3, B) 

E d Minard crescent, Adelaide place 

to Kinghorne road 7 (2) 

G b Minto place, .Richmond terrace to 

Thorns crescent 2(1) 

D c Mitchell street, 130 Lochee road 

to Benvie road 8 (4) 

G d Molison street, Mains loan to Eliza 

street 5 (3) 

E e Moncur crescent, from Dens road 

to 117 Strathmartine road 7 (2) 
Na Monifieth road, Bro. Ferry, St 

Vincent st. to Abertay st. 11 (B) 
b Montague street, B.F., Panmure 

terrace to Strathmore st. 11 (B) 
C b Moray pi., 101-3 Magdalen gn. 2 (1) 
E b Morgan's buildings, 143 Nether- 
gate. 9 (1) 
G c Morgan street, Arbroath road to 

Pitkerro road 4 (3) 

G d Morgan ter. , 42-54 Forfar rd. 5 (3) 
F c Morrison's court, 58 Wellgate 6 (2) 
E d Mortimer place, 12J Mortimer 

street 7 (2) 

E d Mortimer street, 91 Kinghorne 

road to Byron street 7 (2) 

D c Mountpleasant, 134 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
G d Moy villas, 38 Forfar road (3) 



E f Muirfield crescent, Strathmartine 

road at Fairmuir to N.W. 7 (A) 
E f Muirfield place, Muirfield crescent 

to Muirfield street 7 (A) 

E f Muirfield road, Strathmartine rd. 

to Balgray road 7 (A) 

E /Muirfield street, Muirfield cres- 
cent to Strathmartine road 7 (A) 
C d Muirton road, Lochee, 124 Logie 

street to Ancrum road (4) 

F c Municipal buildings, 89 to 95 Com- 
mercial street (2) 
L a Municipal buildings, Broughty 

Ferry, 134 Brook street 10 (B) 
H c Murray street, Mayfield place to 

Dalgleish road 1 (3) 

F c Murraygate, from E. end of High 

street to the N.E. 1, 6 (2) 

H d Nairn street, Clepington road to 

Martin street 5 (A) 

D b Nairne pi., 52-58 Seafield rd. 2 (1) 
O b Navarre st., Bro. Ferry, Guthrie 

terrace to Balmossie street 11 (B) 
F d Neish street, Fairbairn street to 

Tannadice street (3) 

F c Nelson street, 94 Victoria road to 

Ann street 4 (3) 

F c Nelson ter. , W. side Nelson st. (3) 
H c Nesbitt street, off Dalkeith road 

to E. 4 (3) 

F c Ness street, 9 Ellen street to 42 

William street 4 (3) 

E b Nethergate, from W. end of High 

street to Perth road 2 (1, 2) 

E f Nevill street, Strathmartine road 

to Muirfield crescent 7 (A) 

E c New Inn entry, 67 High st. 6 (2) 
Ma New road, Broughty Ferry, Brook 

street to King street 11 (B) 

AfaNewington terrace, Bro. Ferry, 

7-18 Esplanade 11 (B) 

C e Nicoll's lane, Lochee, from High 

street to Tofthill 3 (4) 

E c Nicoll street, 7 Ward road 6 (2) 
L b Nicoll street, Broughty Ferry, 

Douglas terrace to W. 10 (3) 

A c Ninewells, 388 Perth road 2 (1) 
/ c Noran avenue, Arbroath road to 

Ferry road 1 (3) 

M a Norma terrace, Bro. Ferry, 24-32 

Camphill road 11 (B) 

C b Normanview, 83-89 Magdalen grn. 
F c Norrie's pend, 64 Hilltown 6 (2) 
AfaNorrie street, Broughty Ferry, 

Monifieth road to N. ' 11 (B) 
E d North street, 73 Strathmartine 

road 7 (2) 

B c Norwood crescent, from Norwood 

terrace to Blackness road 9 (1) 
B c Norwood ter. , Westpark road 9(1) 
D 6 Norwood ter., 32-46 Thomson st. 
M b Nursery road, Broughty Ferry, 

Forthill road to East 10, 11 (B) 



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M a Oakley place, Broughty Ferry, 
Queen street to N. 11 (B) 

B c Oakwoodter., Westpark road 9(1) 
E b Ogilvie's close, 28£ High street (2) 
E d Ogilvie's road, 7 Constitution 
street 7 (2) 

K b Ogilvie road, Bro. Ferry, Dundee 
road to Grassy beach 10 (3) 

F d Ogilvie street, Dura st. to N. 5 (3) 
C d Ogilvypl.,L'hee,16Muirtonrd.3(4) 
H d Old Craigie road, Arbroath road 
to Pitkerro road 4 (3) 

F e Old Glamis road, top of Provost 
road to N. 7 (A) 

C e01dMuirtonrd.,L.,2Highst. 3(4) 
b Osborne pi., 105 Magdalen gn. 2 (1) 
G b Osborne ter., 95 to 99 Magdalen gn. 
M b Osborne terrace, Bro'ty Ferry, 
25-31 Camperdown street 10 (B) 
E c Overgate, from W. end of High 
street to Westport 2, 6 (1, 2) 
B d Oxford street, Blackness road to 
Elliot road 8 (1) 

iV a Panmure place, Broughty Ferry, 
2-10 Panmure street 11 

F c Panmure street, from foot of Well- 
gate W. to the High School 6 (2) 
M a Panmure street, Broughty Ferry, 
Esplanade to Camphill rd. 11 (P>) 
E d Panmure terrace, N. of Dudhope 
terrace 7 (2) 

b Panmure ter., Bro. Ferry, Abertay 
street to Guthrie terrace 11 (B) 
E c Paradise lane, 17 Dudhope st. 6(2) 
E o Paradise road, 20 Mid street to 
Dudhope street 6 (2) 

G d Park avenue, from Albert street 
to Baxter park 4 (3) 

Ma Park avenue, Bro'ty Ferry, Pan- 
mure st. to Orchar park 11 (B) 
E c Park lane, 15 Temple lane 2 (1) 
E b Park place, 145 Nethergate 2 (1) 
F e Park place, 172 Clepington rd. (2) 
G dParkpl., Lochee, 89-91 Ancrumrd. 
Ma Park place, Broughty Ferry, 331 
and 335 King street 11 ( B) 

E f Park road, Strathmartine road to 
Fairmuir street 7 (A) 

D c Park street, 112 Lochee road 8 (1) 
G c Park terrace, 259-271 Blackness 
road 8 (1) 

E c Park wynd, 70 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
E c Parker street, 26 Dudhope Cres- 
cent road 6 (2) 
G d Parkview ter. , 8-14 Forfar rd. 5 (3) 
E e Paterson street, 124 Strathmar- 
tine road 7 (2) 
D b Paton's lane, 240 Perth road to 57 
Magdalen green 2 (1) 
F c Pearl bldgs., 30 Meadowside 6 (2) 
D c Peddie street, 245 Hawkhill to 
Blackness road 9 (1) 
G t Peelst.,Lochee,16Marshallst.3(4) 



G c Peep-o'-day lane, 145 Blackscroft 
to East Dock street 1 (3) 

D b Pennycook lane, 141 Perth road 
to 288 Hawkhill 9 (1) 

C e Perrie street, Lochee, South road 
to Liff road 3 (4) 

D b Perth rd., continuation of Nether- 
gate from Small's wd. to W. 2, 9 (1) 
F c Peter street, 61 Murraygate to 
70 Seagate 1 (2) 

L a Pine terrace, B.F., 15 Brook st. 10 
B /Pitalpin st., Lochee, Liff road 3 (4) 
D d Pitf our street, 27 City road to 
Benvie road 8 (4) 

G d Pitkerro road, from east end of 
Dura street to E. 4, 5 (3, A) 

E f Playfair drive, Charlotte st. 7 (A) 
E f Playfair terrace, off Charlotte 
street 7 (A) 

E c Playfair's entry, 10 Hawkhill (1) 
D c Pleasance, Lower, from W. end of 
Douglas street to Lochee rd. 8(1) 
D c Pole street, 48 Polepark road 8 (4) 
D c Polepark road, a continuation of 
Brook st. to Lochee rd. 8(1, 4) 
F c Powrie place, 23 Ann street 6 (3) 
G dPremierpl.,165-201Albertst. 4(3) 
F c Princes street, continuation of 
King street to N.E. 1, 4 (3) 

E c Prospect place, 75 Constitution 
road 6 (2) 

M b Prospect terrace, Broughty Ferry, 
5, 7 Hill street 11(B) 

F e Provost road, Mains road to Clep- 
ington road 5. 7 (2, 3) 
F c Prudential bdgs. ,31 Albert sq. 6 (2) 
E c Public Assistance Office, 9 West 
Bell street 6 (2) 
F c Pullar's close, 62 Murraygate (2) 
F c Quarry entry, 82 Cowgate (3) 
B /Quarry lane, L., 120 Liff rd. 3 (4) 
E e Quarry road, Loons road to Cold- 
side road 7 (2) 
E b Queen's Hotel bdgs., 160 Neth'gate 
F c Queen street, 138 Seagate to 75 
Cowgate 1 (3) 
If a Queen street, B. Ferry, Claypots 
rd. to Monifieth rd. 10, 11 (3, B) 
L b Queen street, West, B.F., Clay- 
pots road to Bayfield road 10 (3) 
G c Raglan street, 41 Albert street to 
Kemback street 4 (3) 
J b Ralston road, Broughty Ferry, 
Dundee road to N. 10 (3) 
E c Ramsay's pend, 43 Brook st. (1) 
M a Ramsay place, Broughty Ferry, 
W. side of St Vincent st. 11 (B) 
D c Ramsay street, 23 Polepark rd. (1) 
M a Ramsay street, Brought}' Ferry, 
Boyd place to Hutton pi. 11 (B) 
Na Ramsaypark, Broughty Ferry, S. 
side of Monifieth road 11 (B) 
F c Bankine's court, 79 High st. 6 (2) 



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STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 



D d Rankine st., 121 Lochee rd. 3, 8(4) 
E c Rattray's entry, 78 Bell street (2) 
E c Rattray street, 13 Ward road 6 (2) 
E c Reform street, High st. to N, 6 (2) 
B f Reid's lane, L'hee, Pitalpin st. 3 (4) 
E d Reid street, 8 Derby street 7 (2) 
H d Rennel road, Pitkerro rd. to S.4 (3) 
E b Rennie's close, 120 Nethergate (1) 
L b Renny place, Broughty Ferry, 

11-41 Grove road 10 (3) 

iV a Reres road, Bro. Ferry, Monifieth 

road to Abertay street 11 (B) 
Ma Reres terrace, Broughty Ferry, 

58-66 Monifieth road 11 

.MaRhona place, Broughty Ferry, 

395-403 Queen street 11 (B) 

G b Richmond terrace, Windsor street 

to Fort street 2 (1) 

D c Ritchie's lane, 187 Perth road 9 (1) 
O d Riverview place, 28-30 Clepington 

road (3) 

L a Robert's lane, Broughty Ferry, 

Church lane to E. 10 (B) 

G c Robertson street, 15 Arbroath road 

to Lilybank road 1 (3) 

H c Robson st. , Arbroath rd. to N. 4 (3) 
C c Rockfield crescent, Grosvenor road 

to Hyndford street 9 (1) 

C c Rockfield street, 297 Perth road to 

Rockfield crescent 9 (1) 

C c Rockfield ter., Rockfield st. 9 (1) 
E e Rockwellpl.,Lorimerst.toW. 7(2) 
H d Rodd road, Anstruther road to 

Old Craigie road 4 (3) 

G c Roodyards road, 103 Ferry rd. 1 (3) 
E d Rose lane, 37 Rosebank road 6 (2) 
E c Rose street, 15 Arthur street 6 (2) 
D b Roseangle, 130 Perth road to 

Magdalen Yard road 2 (1) 

D b Roseangle terrace, 72-82 Seafield 

road 2 (1) 

E c Rosebank rd. , 26 Rosebank st. 6 (2) 
E d Rosebank street, 128 Hilltown to 

Kinghorne road 6, 7 (2) 

D c Rosebery street, off Baxter street 

8(4) 

D c Rosefield street. 193 Blackness 

road to Milnbank road 8 (1) 

E d Rosemount terrace, Upper Con- 
stitution street to E. 7 (2) 
B c Rosewood ter., Westparkrd. 9 (l) 
G d Roslin terrace, Court street 5 (3) 
Ma Roslyn villas, Broughty Ferry, 

N. side of Castle street 11 

F e Rosslyn villas, 295-301 Clepington 

road (A) 

B c Roxburgh ter. , Westpark rd. 9 (1) 
F c Royal Exch. court, 39 Albert sq. (2) 
F c Royal Exch. In. , 30 Meadowside (2) 
F c Royal Exchange place, Panmure 

street (2) 

Na Rugby terrace, Broughty Ferry, 

Esplanade to N. 11 (B) 



F c Russell lane, 8 Victoria road 6 (2) 
E d Russell street, 58 Strathmartine 

road 7 (2) 

E c Rustic pi., 1 to 5 Dudhope st. and 

63 to 69a Constitution road 6 (2) 
M b Rustic place, Broughty Ferry, 

E. side of Seafield road 10 (B) 
D b Ryehill lane, 109 Perth road to 

262 Hawkhill 9 (1) 

F e St Andrew's street, 31 Cowgate to 

116 Seagate 1 (2, 3) 

C e St Ann street, Lochee, Marshall 

street to Balgay street 3 (4) 

E o St David's lane, 26 N. Tay st. (1) 
E b St John's lane, South Tay st. 2 (1) 
B c St Johnswood ter. , Westpark road 
E h St Luke's road, Downfield, Bal- 

dovan road to E. 7 (A) 

E b St Margaret's close, 36 Nethergate 
Ma St Margaret's square, Broughty 

Ferry, 302 Brook street 11 

D c St Mary place, Dudhope terrace 

E. to Dudhope park 8 (4) 

D c St Mary st., 81 Lochee road 8 (4) 
D c St Mary ter. , top of St Mary st. 
C e St Mary's lane, Lochee, 43 High 

street to Burnside street 3 (4) 
L a St Mary's place, Broughty Ferry, 

23 King street 10 

E h St Mary's road, Downfield, Cox 

street to W. 7 (A) 

G c St Matthew street, 68 Ferry road 

N. to Watson street 1 (3) 

D b St Peter street, 121 Perth road to 

270^ Hawkhill 9 (1) 

H c St Ronan's avenue, Waverley 

terrace to Kenilworth ave. 1 (3) 
F c St Roque's lane, 210 Seagate to 

King street 1 (3) 

L b St Roque's place, Broughty Ferry, 

S. side of Dundee road 10 (3) 
F d St Salvador street, Church street 

to E. 5 (3) 

Ma St Vincent pi. , Bro. Ferry, corner 

of St Vincent st. and Long lane 
Ma St Vincent st., Bro. Ferry, Beach 

crescent to Monifieth rd. 11 (B) 
E c Salem st., 59 Constitution rd. (2) 
G c Salisbury place, 87-93 Arbroath 

road 1 (3) 

Ma Salisbury place, Broughty Ferry, 

61-69 Castle street 11 

E f Salmoud terrace, Strathmartine 

road to Muirfield crescent 7 (A) 
F d Sandeman place, Sandeman street 

to N. 5 (3) 

F d Sandeman street, Arklay street to 

Provost road 5 (3) 

E f School drive, Downfield, School 

road to S. 7 (A) 

E f School road, Downfield, Strath- 
martine road to W. 7 (A) 
B c Scotswood ter. , Westpark rd. 9 (1) 



STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 



31 



G d Scott street, 38 City road to Balgay 

approach 8 (1, 4' 

E b Sea close, 63 Yeaman shore (1 
E b Sea wynd, 128 Nethergate 2 (1 
iVa Seabourne avenue, Bro. Ferry 

Monifieth road to S. 11 (B 

D b Seafield lane, 214A Pertliroad 2(1 
D b Seafield road, 210 Perth road to 

39 Magdalen Yard road 2 (1 
M b Seafield road, Bro. Ferry, Camper 

down street to Balgillo rd. 10 (B 
M b Seafield terrace, Broughty Ferry 

37 Seafield road to W. 10 (B 
F c Seagate, from High street to St 

Roque's lane 1 (2, 3 

MaSeaview place, B.F., corner of 

Brook st. and Esplanade 11 (B 
M a Seaward place, Broughty Ferry 

3-6 Esplanade 11 (B 

E c Session street, 11 Brook street to 

Guthrie street 8 (1 

E c Seymour place, HDudhope street 

and Paradise road 6 (2 

C c Seymour street, 233 Perth road to 

Blackness road 9 (1 

C c Shaftesbury road, north of and 

parallel to Clarendon terrace 9(1 
G c Shaftesbury terrace, Shaftesbury 

road to Blackness avenue 9 (1 
O d Shamrock street, Madeira street 

to Mains loan 5 (3 

G d Shandon place, 205-215 Albert st 

4(3 

G e Sharp's In., Lochee, South rd. 3(4 

G b Shepherd's loan, 324 Perth road 

to 99 Magdalen green 2 (1 

F c Shepherd's square, 46 Hilltown (2 
E f Sherbrook st., Downfield, Strath 

martine road to E. 7 (A 

MaShiell street, B.F., Esplanade to 

Abertay street 11 (B 

F b Shore terrace, foot of Castle street 

to Crichton street 2 (2' 

F d Sibbald street, Dens road to Fair 

bairn street 5 (3 

G e Sinclair street, Lochee, 176 Higl 

street 3 (4 

E b Small's lane. 38 Small's wynd 2(1 
E b Small's wynd, 1 Perth road to 54 

Hawkhill 2. 9 (1 

E c Smellie's lane, from Henderson'; 

W. wynd to 84 Lochee road 8 (1 
E e Smith street, 345 Clepington road 

to N. 7 (A' 

E d Smithfield,dist. top of HiUtown(2 
E c Soapwork lane, Irvine's square to 

6 Victoria road 6 (2 

Ed Somerville place, top Constitution 

road 6, 7 (2 

E d Somerville place, East, off Uppei 

Constitution street 7 (2 

E d Somerville place, North, off Uppei 

Constitution street 7 (2 



E d Somerville place, West, off Upper 
Constitution street 7 (2) 

E e Soutar street, Clepington road to 
Lintrathen street 3 (A) 

B e South road, L., Bank st. to W 3(4) 

G c Speed street, Hyndford street to 
Seymour street 9 (1) 

D c Speed's terrace, Tait's lane 9 (l) 

D b Speedwell place, 260-272 Perth rd. 

D b Springfield, 27 Perth road 9 (1) 

G c Springhill, 180 Ferry road to Ar- 
broath road 1 (3) 

D d Stanley buildings, Lochee, 42 Cob- 
den street (4) 

D b Stanley place, 17 Step row 2 (] ) 

M b Stanley road, Bro. Ferry, Seafield 
road to E. 10 (B) 

/ b Stannergate road, continuation of 
East Camperdown st. to E. 1 (3) 

G e Station lane, L., 94 South rd. 3 (4) 

D b Step row, 258 Perth road to 61 
Magdalen green 2 (1) 

G e Stevenson street, Lochee, 3 Liff 
road 3 (4) 

B /Stewart's lane, Lochee, 128 Liff 
road 3 (4) 

G e Stewart street, Lochee, Lome 
street to Liff road 3 (4) 

Mb Stewart street, Bro. Ferry, 11 Fort- 
hill road to Cedar road 10 (B) 

O a Stewart terrace, Broughty Ferry, 
46-56 Dalhousie road 11 

E d Stirling avenue, Macaulay street 
to Kinghorne road 7 (3) 

E d Stirling street, 238 Hilltown to 
Carmichael street 7 (2) 

E d Stirling terrace, Carmichael street 
to Upper Constitution st. 7 (2) 

H d Stobsmuir road, Pitkerro road to 
Clepington road 5 (3) 

G d Stobswell road, 30 Dura street to 
Dundonald street 5 (3) 

K b Strathern road, Broughty Ferry, 
from E. of Victoria road to 
Craigie avenue 10 (3) 

E e Strathmartine road, from top of 
Hilltown to Downfield 7 (2, A) 

E e Strathmore avenue, Strathmar- 
tine road to Alpin road 3, 7 (2, 4) 

F d Strathmore street, Arklay street 
to Court street 5 (3) 

N b Strathmore st. , Bro. Ferry, Camp- 
field rd. to Balmossie st. 11 (B) 

G d Strathview terrace, 31 Forfar 
road 5 (A) 

G b Strawberrybank, 342 Perth road 
to 107 Magdalen green 2 (1) 

/ c Strips of Craigie road, 322 Ferry 
road to N. (3) 

F d Sturrock terrace, 4 to 8 Elizabeth 
street 5 (3) 

F c Sugarhouse wynd, 53 Cowgate to 
134 Seagate 1 (3) 



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STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, Ac. 



E g Sunnybrae terrace, 420 Strath- 

martine road to W. 7 

d Sycamore place, Balgay road to 

Scott street 8 (4) 

E h Symers street, Downfield, Strath- 

martine road to W. 7 (A) 

D c Tait's lane, 269 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
E b Tally street, 54 Overgate to 

Nethergate 2 (2) 

F d Tannadice street, Sandeman street 

to Court street 5 (3) 

E b Tay square, 12 S. Tay street 2 (1) 
Ma Tay square, Broughty Ferry, 99 

Long lane 11 (B) 

E c Tay street, North, 249 Overgate 

to Lochee road 6, 8 (1) 

E b Tay street, South, 113 Nethergate 

to 242 Overgate 2 (1) 

E 6 Tay Street lane, 105a Nether- 
gate 2 (1) 
D b Tay terrace, 50 to 60 Rose- 
angle 2 (1) 
Ma Tay terrace, Broughty Ferry, 

41-55 Panmure street 11 (B) 

D b Taylor's lane, 300 Perth road to 

73 Magdalen green 2 (1) 

C e Taylor street, Lochee, from Liff 

road to Lome street 3 (4) 

M aTaymouth place, Broughty Ferry, 

Monifieth road to S. 11 (B) 

Ma Taymouth terrace, Bro'ty Ferry, 

26-32 Monifieth road 11 

Ma Taypark place, Bro. Ferry, corner 

of Gray street and Long lane 11 
E c Temple lane, 30 Westport 2 (1) 
E c Temple place, 18 & 36a Westport 
2(1) 
F d Thistle st., 27 Mains rd. to E. 5 (3) 
D b Thomson street, 228 Perth road 

to 55 Magdalen green 2 (1) 

C c Thorn place, 219-257 Blackness 

road 8 (1) 

G c Thornbank street. 113 Arbroath 

road to S. 1 (3) 

G c Thornbank terrace, 196 Broughty 

Ferry road to N. 1 (3) 

G d Thornley terrace, Madeira st. 5 (3) 
E b Thorter row, 36 Overgate 2 (2) 
F c Todburn lane, from William lane 

to Dens brae 4 (3) 

C e Tof thill, Lochee, Bright st. 3 (4) 
F c Trades lane, from St Andrew's st. 

to Dock street 1 (2, 3) 

M b Traill street, Bro. Ferry, 42 Sea- 
field rd. to 13 Forthill rd. 10 (B) 
D d Tullideph place, off Tullideph rd. 
3(4) 
D d Tullideph road, 200 Lochee road 

to Ancrum road (4) 

D d Tullideph street, off City road, 

Lochee 3 (4) 

E c Tulloch crescent, from top of 

Dallfield wk. to Rosebank st. 6 (2) 



C e Unionbank, Lochee, Tofthill to 
N. 3 (4) 

F c Union Bank buildings, 2-6 Pan- 
mure street 6 (2) 

E b Union court, 6 Thorter row (2) 

D b Union place, 274 Perth road 2 (1) 

Ma Union place, Bro. Ferry, 494, 500, 
and 502 Brook street 11 (B) 

E b Union street and S. Union street, 
42 Nethergate to Craig pier 2(1, 2) 

Ma Union st., Bro. Ferry, 186 Brook 
street to 163 King street 11 (B) 

E c Union terrace, E. side Con- 
stitution road 6 (2) 

D c Ure street, 181 Hawkhill to 136 
Blackness road 9 (1) 

D c Urquhart street, from 172 Brook 
street to Blackness road 8 (1) 

F c Victoria chrs., 10-14 Victoria rd. 

F c Victoria crescent, Lamb's lane 4 (3) 

L b Victoria place, Broughty Ferry, 
2-16 Queen street 10 

F c Victoria road, Bell street to Dens 
road 4, 6 (2, 3) 

L b Victoria road, Bro. Ferry, Dundee 
road to Claypots road 10 (3) 

E b Victoria sq., 43 Nethergate 2 (1) 

F e Victoria street, top Princes street 
to Victoria road 4 (3) 

a Victoria terrace, Broughty Ferry, 
19-23 Dalhousie road 11 (B) 

F a" Viewbank terrace, 259 to 269 
Clepington road (A) 

D c Viewforth place, 1 to 3 Blackness 
avenue 9 (1) 

Ma Viewforth place, B.F., 5 Gray st. 

Ma Walker street, Broughty Ferry, 
Brook street to N. 11 (B) 

E c Wallace's pend, 24a Hawkhill (1) 

G c Wallace street, 141 Princes street 
to Blackscroft 1 (3) 

G d Walrond street, Forfar road to 
Chalmers street 5 (3) 

D c Walton st., 172 Brook st.to W.8 (1) 

E c Ward road, from foot of Consti- 
tution road to North Tay st. 6 (2) 

E c Ward road, South, top of Bar- 
rack street to N. Tay st. 6(1,2) 

D c Watson's lane, 133 Hawkhill 9(1) 

G c Watson street, Lilybank road to 
Springhill 1 (3) 

D c Watt street, 190 Hawkhill 9 (1) 

H c Waverley terrace, Dalkeith road 
to Kenilworth avenue 1 (3) 

E e Wedderburn street, 153 Strath- 
martine road to Caird aven. 7 (2) 

D c Well road, 150 Hawkhill 9 (1) 

C e Wellbank lane, Lochee, off Burn- 
side street 3 (4) 

B e Wellburn street, Lochee, South 
road to Wellgrove street 3 (4) 

F c Wellgate, from Murraygate to 
foot of Hilltown 6 (2, 3) 



STREETS, SQUARES, LANES, ENTRIES, &c. 



33 



B e Wellgrove street, Lochee, Gray 

street 3 (4) 

F c Wellington street, 98 Victoria rd 

to Ann street 4 (3 

F d Wellington street, North, continu 

ation of Wellington st. to N. 5 (3 
F b West Protection wall, from Craig 

harbour to Tide harbour 1 (2 
E e West street, 2 Back street to 

Lorimer street 7 (5 

D b West wynd, 95 Perth rd. to 248 

Hawkhill 9 (1 

a Westbarn road, Broughty Ferry 

Dalhousie road to North 11 (B 
D b Westfield ave., 172 Perth rd. 2 (1 
D 6 Westfield lane, 188 Perth road 

to 35 Magdalen Yard road 2 (1 
D b Westfield place, 186 Perth road 

to 33 Magdalen Yard road 2 (1' 
L a Westfield place, Broughty Ferry 

26-32 Westfield road 10 

L a Westfield road, Broughty Ferry 

River to Brook street 10 (3 

B d Westgrove ave. , Perth rd. at Far 

ingtonhall to Blackness rd. 9 (1 
B c Westpark g'dens, off Westpark rd 
B c Westpark road, Perth road to 

Blackness road 9 (1' 

E c Westport, W. end Overgate 2,8 (1 
E e Wetherby place, Strathmore ave 

to Byron crescent 7 (4 

F c Whale lane, East, 187 Seagate to 

East Dock street 1 (3 

F c Whale lane, West, 181 Seagate to 

East Dock street 1 (3 

M a Whinny brae, B. Ferry, Monifieth 

road to 49 Camphill road 11 (B 
E b Whitehallchamb.,11 Whitehall st. 
E b Whitehall crescent, Greenmarket 

to Union street 2 (2 

E b Whitehall place, Whitehall cres. 
E b Whitehall street, 6 Nethergate to 

Whitehall crescent 2 (2 



E c Whitton's pend, 25 Hawkhill (1) 
F c AVhitton street, King's road 4 (3) 
C e Whorterbank,lHigh st.,L'hee,3(4) 
D c Wilkie's lane, 141 Hawkhill 9 (1) 
F c William lane, 64 King street 4 (3) 
F c William street, 104 Victoria road 

to Ann street 4 (3) 

F d William street, North, continua- 
tion of William street to N. 5 (3) 
E c Willison street, 46 Barrack street 

to N. Lindsay street 6 (2) 

G e Wilson street, Lochee, 54 South 

road 3 (4) 

C b Windsor pi., 107 Magdalen gn. (1) 
M a Windsor place, Broughty Ferry, 

301-309 King street 11 

C 6 Windsor street, from W. end of 

Magdalen green to Perth rd. 2 (1) 
G c Windsor ter. ,239-257Perth rd. 9(1) 
L a Windsor ter., B.F., 39 Brook st. 
Ed Wishart street. Upper Constitu- 
tion street to Kinghorne rd. 7 (2) 
Fd Wolseley street, Dundonald street 

to N. 5 (3) 

H c Woodburne st., between Dalgleish 

road and East Haddon road 1 (3) 
J e Woodlands terrace, Graham street 

to Woodside avenue 5 (3) 

J e Woodside avenue, Kingsway to 

Woodside terrace 5 (3) 

J e Woodside terrace, Graham street 

to Woodside avenue 5 (3) 

F eWoodthorpe buildings, 317-321 

Clepington road 7 (A) 

G d Woodville place, Forfar road to 

Mains loan 5 (3) 

G d Wortley place, Pitkerro road to 

Dalkeith road 4 (3) 

G e Yeaman's alley, L'hee,Lorne st. 3(4) 
G e Yeaman's In. , Lochee, South rd. (4) 
K b Yeaman shore, foot Union st. 2 (l) 
Na Yewbank avenue, Bro. Ferry, 

86 Monifieth road to S. 11 (B) 



JUTE AND FLAX WAREHOUSES. 



Situation. 



Trades lane 

Carolina port 

Dock st. and Eastern 

Wharf 
East and West Whale 

lane and Allan st. 
Seagate, Hynd's pend 

(56 Dock street) 
Seagate, Hynd's pend 

(56 Dock street) 
Seagate and Cowgate 
Seagate, West Whale 

lane, and Dock st 

3 



Proprietors. 



Dundee Public Warehouse Co., Ltd. ; T. S. Ross & Co., 

Ltd., managers 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
Dundee Dock Warehousing Co., Ltd. ; D. Pirie & 

Co. (1931), Ltd., managers 
Dundee Jute and Flax Warehousing Co., Ltd. ; 

A. Scott Fithie, 23 Panmure st., attorney and factor 
Hill & Renny 

G. W. Mason ; Peter Stewart, 10 Panmure street, 

manager 
Baxter Brothers & Co. , Ltd. 
Craigie Yard Warehouse Co., Ltd.; J. J. Barrie & 

Co., managers 



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PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &c. 

The Rooms marked * are to let for Sales, Exhibitions, Meetings, &c. 
For Churches see Ecclesiastical Lists on page 74. 

•Albert Hall and Albert Institute Buildings, Albert square, top of Reform street 

*Albert Masonic Hall, Tullideph road 

All Saints Mission Hall, 17 Cochrane street 

Allotment Gardens, under Dundee Town Council (see page 47) 

"Ancient Masonic Lodge Hall, 79 High street 

Ancrum Road Public School, Ancrum road, Lochee 

Ann Street Public School, 54 Cotton road and 163 Ann street 

Army Recruiting Office, 65 Trades lane 

Arnhall College for Boys, 363 Perth road 

Art Galleries, Albert Institute, Albert square ; James Guthrie Orchar Art 

Gallery, 31 Beach crescent, Broughty Perry 
Art, School of — Dundee Technical College, Bell street 
Arthurstone Branch Library and Reading Rooms, Arthurstone terrace 
Ashludie Sanatorium, Monifieth 

Automobile Association and Motor Union Clubroom, 12 Victoria chambers 
Baby Clinics, 1 Nelson street, 50 Caldrum street (at Public Baths), 73 Princes 
street, 33 Isles' lane ; 10 Lome street, Lochee ; Municipal buildings, 
Broughty Ferry 
Baldovan Institution for Imbecile Children, Baldovan 
Balfour Street Public School, Balfour street 
Balgay School for Girls, Blackness road 
Balgowan Boys' School, Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Bank of Scotland, 34 Reform street. Branch office, 1 Victoria street. 

(See Adv.) 
Baths (Public), West Protection Wall at Harbour. District Baths — 
Guthrie street; Caldrum street; Constable street: Miller's wynd: and 
45 High street, Lochee. (See Adv.) 
Bathing Pond (Open Air), at Esplanade, near Magdalen Green Station 
Baxter Park Church Hall, Arbroath road, west side of Baxter Park 
Bellfield Street School, Bellfield street 
Belmont Castle Eventide Home, Meigle (Church of Scotland). 

(See Adv.) 
•Benvie Road Hall, 31 Benvie road 
"Bethany Hall, 2 Taylor's lane 

Black Watch War Memorial Home, Dunalistair, 21 Hill st., Broughty Ferry 
Blackness Branch Library and Reading Rooms, 225 Perth road 
•Blackness Hall, 37 Blackness road 
Blackness Public School, 161 and 163 Blackness road 

Blackscrof t Branch Library and Reading Rooms, Blackscrof t and Foundry lane 
Blackscroft Mission Hall (Dundee Parish Church), Peep-o'-day lane 
Blind, Royal Dundee Institution for the, 59 Magdalen green ; Dalgleish 

Hostel, 43 Paton's lane 
Blind, Dundee Mission to the Outdoor — Caird Rest, 172 Nethergate 
Board of Trade Office, Customhouse buildings, Dock street 
Bog Mission Hall, 25 Kirk street, Lochee 
♦Bonnethill Church Hall, 247i Hilltown 

Bowling Greens (Public), in Baxter Park, Dudhope Park, Fairmuir, Lochee 
Park, Magdalen Green, Victoria Park ; and at Orchar Park, Broughty 
Ferry. Private Bowling Greens (see page 118) 
Boy Scouts' Hall, 172 Nethergate ; Ambrose street, Broughty Ferry 
Boys' (Working) Home, 3 West Bell street 

British Linen Bank, 35 Murraygate, 40 Nethergate, and 39 Westport 
Broughty Ferry Baptist Church Hall, St Vincent street, Broughty Ferry 
Broughty Ferry Branch Library and Reading Room, Queen street, B. Ferry 
*Broughty Ferry Congregational Church Hall, 89 Brook street, Bro'ty Ferry 
Brown Street Public School, 15 Brown street 
Brown Street Mission Hall, 71 Brown street 



PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &c. 35 

•Butterburn Church Hall, foot of Hill street 

Butterburn Public School, 95 Strathmartine road 

•Caipd Hall (and Lesser Halls), Shore terrace (entrances from High 

street and Crichton street). (See Adv.) 
Caird Home for Queen's Nurses, 41 Roseangle 
Caird Rest, 172 Nethergate 
•Caledonia Hall, 52 Westport 
*Camperdown Hall, 22 Barrack street 
Catholic Herald Office, 82 Bell street 
Cattle Market, East Dock street 
Cemeteries and Parks (see page 46) 

*Central Halls (Loyal Order of Ancient Shepherds), 97 Seagate 
Central-Heating Stations, Logie avenue and Stirling avenue 
Chamber of Commerce, Royal Exchange, Panmure street ; office, 3 Bank st. 
*Chapelshade Halls, 40 Dudhope Crescent road 
Charity Organisation Society — Office, 7 West Bell street 
Cherryfield Mission Hall, 37 Blackness road 
*Children's Free Breakfast Mission Hall, 17 Constitution road 
Children's Holiday Home (Dundee Social Union), Marfield, Blairgowrie 
Children's Home (Public Assistance Department), Duncarse, 381 Perth road 
Children's Home, Comerton, Fife 
Children's Hospital, The Lodge, Broughty Ferry 
Children's, Invalid, Holiday Home, Auchterhouse 
Children's Shelter, 1 Laurelbank 

Cholera and Smallpox Hospital, Kingscross, West Clepington road 
Churches (see Ecclesiastical Lists) 

Cinema Houses and Theatres (see Trades and Professions section) 
City Analyst's Office, 140 Perth road 
City Arcade and Market, Crichton street 
City Assessor's Office, 95 Commercial street 
City Chamberlain and Registrar of Loans Office, 1 Shore terrace 
City Chambers, Crichton street 
City Collector's Office, 89 Commercial street 

City Engineer's Office, 91 Commercial street ; yard and stores, 1 Miln street 
City Factor's Office, Caird Hall buildings 
Clepington Public School, top of Melrose terrace 
Clydesdale Bank, Ltd., east end of High street. (See Adv. ) 
Coldside Branch Library and Reading Rooms, 150 Strathmartine road 
*Columba Hall, 2 Tay Street lane 
Commerce, School of, 17 Bell street 
Commercial Bank, 85 Commercial street. Branch offices — 310 Perth road, 

165 Albert street ; 175 Brook Street, Broughty Ferry 
Communist Party, Unity Hall, 15 Hilltown 
Consumptives, Municipal Sanatorium for, Ashludie, Monifieth 
Consumptives, Sidlaw Sanatorium for, Auchterhouse 
Convalescent Home, Barnhill, Broughty Ferry 
Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, Lawside, Gardner street 
Cosmopolitan Club, 7 Ward road 
County Police Office, Johnston street 
Courier and Advertiser Office, 7 to 25 Bank street 
Courthouse Buildings, West Bell street 
Cowgate Public School, 56 Cowgate 

Cpaig-ie Nursing Home, Craigie avenue. (See Adv. ) 
Cripple and Invalid Children's School, Balgray road, Downfield 
Curling Ponds — Dundee, 25a Forfar road ; Baldovan ; Broughty, Camphill 

road ; Camperdown ; Pitkerro 
Curr Night Refuge, 5 West Bell street 

Customs and Excise, 5 City square; and Customhouse, Dock street 
•Cutlers' Hall, 68 Murraygate 
Day Nurseries, 1 Fleuchar street, 33 Lilybank road, 52 Cotton road, 26 North 

George street ; Lochee Day Nursery, Flight's lane, Lochee 
Deaf and Dumb, Mission to the Adult, Dudhope Park 
Deaf and Dumb, Institution for the Education of the, 165 Lochee road 



36 PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &c. 

Deaf and Dumb, Oral School for the, Dudhope terrace 

Dens Park Football Ground, Sandeman street 

Dens Road Public School, Dens road and North Isla street 

Dental Hospital, 2 Park place 

Dispensary, Municipal, for Tuberculosis, 55 Constitution road 

•Downfield Public Hall, 421 Strathmartine road, Downfield 

Downfield Public School, School road, Downfield 

•Drill Hall, Parker square, West Bell street ; Dudhope Drill Hall, corner of 

Douglas street and Brown street ; No. 2 Highland Field Co. R.E.'s Drill 

Hall, Strathmore avenue ; Broughty Castle, Beach crescent, B.F. 
Dudhope Castle, Park, Gymnasium, and Museum of Mechanics, Engineering, 

Physiography, Industries, and Archaeology, Barrack road 
Dudhope Public School, St Mary place, St Mary street 
Dunalistair Home (Black Watch Memorial), 21 Hill street, Broughty Ferry 
Dundee Free Press Office, 12 Victoria road 
Dundee, Perth, and London Shipping Co., Ltd., 26 East Dock 

street. (See Adv.) 
*Dundonald Street Hall, 19 Dundonald street 
East House (Public Assistance Department), 1 Molison street ; Children's 

Home, Duncarse, 381 Perth road 
Eastern Club, 3 Albert square 

Eastern Public School, Whinnybrae, Broughty Ferry 
Economics and Commerce, School of, 17 Bell street 
Education Offices, City chambers, Crichton street 
Electrical Central Station, Dudhope Crescent road. Sub-Stations — 

Carolina port, Docks, Neish street, Walton street ; Whorterbank, Lochee ; 

Downfield ; Craigie, Arbroath road ; Gillbum road, Downfield ; Brook 

street, Broughty Ferry. (See Adv.) 
Elim Hall, 98 Liff road, Lochee 
Employment Exchange, 54 Dock street 
Evening Telegraph and Post office, Albert square 

Ex-Service Men's Welfare Clubs, 30 Roseangle ; and 99 Fort street, B. Ferry 
Eye Institution, 104 Nethergate 
*Fabian Halls, 16 South Union street 
Factory Inspector's Office, 29 Bank street 

Fairmuir Special School for Defective Children, Balgray road, Downfield 
Female Rescue Home, 18 Cobden street, Lochee 
Fernbrae Nursing Home, Ltd., 329 Perth road. (See Adv.) 
Fire Engine Stations— Central, West Bell street ; Northern, 296 Strathmore 

avenue ; Eastern, Brown street, Broughty Ferry 
Fish Market, Carolina port, East Camperdown street 
Football Grounds— Dens Park, Sandeman street ; Tannadice Park, Tannadice 

street ; Glenesk Park, off Loons road ; East End Park, Old Craigie road ; 

Craigie Park, Old Craigie road 
"Foresters' Halls, Nicoll street and Rattray street 
*Forfar and Kincardine Masonic Lodge Hall, 13 Meadow street 
Forthill Cricket Ground, Fintry place, Forthill road, Broughty Ferry 
Forthill Recreation Park, Forthill road, Broughty Ferry 
Fort House Nursing Home, 434 Perth road 
•Friends' Institute and Meeting House, 7 Whitehall crescent 
Games Club Ground, Fintry place, Forthill road, Broughty Ferry 
Gardens, Working Men's (see page 47) 
Gas Department Office, 89 Commercial st. ; Branch Office, 44 Bell st. ; 

Works, East Dock street ; Gas Appliance Showroom, 20 Barrack street ; 

Broughty Ferry Collector's Office, 134 Brook street, Broughty Ferry ; 

Broughty Ferry Showrooms and Complaints Office, 444 Brook street, 

B.F. ; Lochee Collector's Office, 74 High street, Lochee. (See Adv.) 
Gilfillan Memorial Church Hall, 24 Whitehall crescent 
Girl Guides' Headquarters, 23 Roseangle 
Girls' Boarding House (Dundee Ladies' Union), Rose street 
Girls' Hostel (Church of Scotland), 16 Constitution terrace. (See Adv.) 
Girls' School, Balgay, Blackness road ; and Kilchoan, Blackness road 
Glebe Lands Public School, Lilybank road 



PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, Ac. 37 

Golf Courses (Public) — Caird Park, off Forfar road, and Barnhill Links, Bro. 
Ferry. Putting Greens at Stobsmuir, Victoria Park, Caird Park, Mag- 
dalen Green ; and at Esplanade, Brougbty Ferry 

*Good Templar Hall, 38 Gray street, Brougbty Ferry 

"Gpay's Assembly Rooms, 22 Pertb road. (See Adv.) 

Grove Academy, Church street, Brougbty Ferry ; Recreation Ground, Forthill 
road, Broughty Ferry 

*Guthrie Street Hall, top of Guthrie street 

*Gymnasium Hall, 159 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

Gymnasium, Public, 14 Ward road 

Gymnasium, Y.M.C.A., 10 Constitution road 

Harbour Clerk's and Engineer's Offices, Custombouse buildings, Dock street 

Harbour Police Office, east side Customhouse 

Harris Academy, 468 Perth road ; Recreation Grounds, Elliot road 

Hawkhill Public School, 245 and 280 Hawkbill 

Health Institute, 55 Constitution road 

Health, Scottish Department of (Insurance Section), 29 Bank street 

Hermon Hall, 36 South Tay street 

"Hibernians' Hall, 161 Overgate 

High School, top of Reform street ; High School for Girls, Euclid crescent ; 
High School Recreation Grounds, Arbroath road 

Hill Street Public School, at junction of Hill street with Strathmartine road 

Hillbank Hall, 57 Cotton road 

Holy Trinity Mission Hall, 166 Hawkhill 

Home of Rest for Aged and Infirm in Brought}' Ferry, 277 King street, B.F. 

Hostels (see Trades and Professions section) 

Hotels (see Trades and Professions section) 

Income Tax Assessor's Office, 32 Bank street 

Incurables, Home for, 12 King street 

"Independent Labour Party Hall, 161 Overgate 

Infant Hospital, The Lodge, 133 Queen street, Broughty Ferry 

Infant Welfare Centre, 1 Nelson street 

Infirmary, Royal, Barrack road 

Inland Revenue, Collector's Office, 31 Bank street 

Inland Revenue Offices, 5 City square 

Inland Revenue, Valuation Department, 5 Cowgate 

Insurance, National Health— Inspector's Office, 29 Bank street ; Clerk's Office, 
2 Union street. Unemployment Insurance Office, 52 Dock street 

Invalid Children's Holiday Home, Auchterhouse 

Invalid and Cripple Children's Aid Association ; Club premises, 31 Murraygate 

Invalid and Cripple Children's School, Balgray road, Downfield 

Justices of the Peace Clerk's Office, 46 Reform street 

*Kidd's Rooms, 6 South Lindsay street. (See Adv.) 

Kingscross Hospital, West Clepington road 

"Labour Club and Hall, 48 Wellgate 

Labour Exchange (see Employment Exchange) 

Laboup Home fop Men (Church of Scotland), 24 Milnbankrd. (See Adv.) 

Lads' (Wopkingr) Home (Church of Scotland), 2 Ellen street. (See Adv.) 

Lands Valuation and Registration of Voters Office, 95 Commercial street 

Lawn Tennis Courts (Public) in Victoria Park, Baxter Park, Magdalen Green, 
Dudhope Park, Lochee Park, Caird Park, Fairmuir road ; and at Espla- 
nade, Broughty Ferry. Private Courts (see page 117) 

Lawside Convent, Gardner street 

Liberal Association Club Rooms, 51 Reform street; 69 Gray street, B. Ferry 

Library, Public, and Reading Room, Albert Institute, Albert square. Branches 
— Arthurstone, Arthurstone terrace ; Blackness, 225 Perth road; Coldside, 
150 Strathmartine road ; Lochee, High st., Lochee; St Roque's, Blacks- 
croft ; Broughty Ferry, Queen street ; Central Reading Rooms, corner 
of Ward road and Barrack street 

Lifeboat House, Fisher street, Broughty Ferry 

Liff Road Public School, 1 Liff road, Lochee 

"Limbless Ex-Service Men's Association Rooms, 31 Nethergate 

"Lindsay Street Hall, 31 North Lindsay street 



38 PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &c. 

Literary Association, Lochee, Reading Rooms, 133 High street, L. 

Lloyd's Surveyor's Office, 26 East Dock street 

Lochee Road Church Hall, 2 Cobden street 

Logie Central School, 209 Blackness road 

*Logie Hall, 7 Scott street 

Lord Roberts Memorial Workshops, 65 Meadowside 

Mains Church Hall, Claverhouse road, Mains 

Markets and Slaughterhouses, East Dock street 

*Marryat Hall, Shore terrace 

*Martyrs Church Hall, Annfield road 

Maryfield Church Hall, 9 Morgan street 

Maryfield Hospital, 26 Mains loan 

*Masonic Hall, 152 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

*Masonic Institute and Club, 31 South Tay street 

*Masonic, Operative, Lodge Hajl, 43 Overgate 

Maternity Hospital. Royal Infirmary grounds. Barrack road 

Maternity Service and Child Welfare Centres (see Baby Clinics) 

Medical Officer of Health's Office, 9 West Bell street 

Mercantile Marine Office (Board of Trade), Customhouse, Dock street 

Mitchell Street Public School, Mitchell street 

Morgan Academy, top of Albert street ; Recreation Grounds, Forfar road 

Motor Taxation Office, 89 Commercial street 

Museum, Albert Institute buildings, Albert square ; Museum of Mechanics, 
Engineering, Industries, and Archaeology, Dudhope Castle 

National Bank of Scotland, 71 Reform street. Branches— 115 Hill- 
town and 16 Cowgate. (See Adv.) 

National Health Insurance Inspector's Office, 29 Dock street ; Local Clerk's 
Office, 2 Union street ; Unemployment Fund Office, 52 Dock street 

New and Angus Club, 138 Netbergate 

*New Palais de Danse, 31 South Tay street. (See Adv.) 

North of Scotland Bank, Ltd., 24 High street. Branches — 3 Meadowside : 
93 High street, Lochee ; Gray street, Broughty Ferry 

♦North Street Hall, 18 North street 

Northern Conservative Club, 44 Rosebank street 

Nurses' Home (Sick Poor Nursing Society), 41 Roseangle : Rest Cottage for 
Nurses, Gateside, Carnoustie ; Training School, 5 Dudhope terrace 

Nursery School, 172 Nethergate ; Social Union School, 34 Carnegie street (see 
also Day Nurseries) 

Nursing Homes (Private), Craigie avenue, 381 Perth road, 6 Paradise road, 
Elliot road, 329 Perth road, 434 Perth road, 10 Adelaide place 

Old Age Pension Office, Customhouse, Dock street 

Orchar Art Gallery, 31 Beach crescent, Broughty Ferry 

Orphan Institution, 133 Ferry road 

Painters' Hall, 34 Commercial street 

*Palais de Danse, West End, 8 Well road. (See Adv. ) 

*Panmure Hall, 6 Bain square 

Park Wynd Mission Hall, 36 Park wynd 

Parks, Public (see page 46) 

Pensions, Ministry of (Angus Area), 21 Dock street 

People's Friend and People's Journal Offices, 7 to 25 Bank street 

Police Office, Central, West Bell street. District stations — 194 Brook 
street, 144 Princes street, 64 Carnegie street, Dock street ; South 
road, Lochee ; Brook street, Broughty Ferry. County Police Office 
at Johnston street, and at 445 Strathmartine road, Downfield 

Post Office, Meadowside ; Sub-Offices (see page 157) ; Pillar and Wall Boxes 
(see pages 160, 161) 

*Princes Street Congregational Union Church Halls, 157 Princes street 

Proclamation of Banns Office, 7 Ward road 

Procurator Fiscal's Office, Courthouse buildings, West Bell street 

*Progress Hall, 46 Hilltown 

Public Assistance Office, 9 West Bell street 

Public Health Institute, 55 Constitution road 

Public Health Office, 9 West Bell street 



PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &c. 39 

Queen Victoria Hall, Dundee (St Mary's) Church of Scotland, Nethergate 

Railway Stations — London, Midland, & Scottish — South Union street and at 
Magdalen green ; Lochee Station, Old Muirton road, Lochee ; Baldovan 
Station, Strathmartine road, Downfield. Fairmuir and Maryfield Goods 
Stations — Clepington road. Dundee and Arbroath — East Dock street, 
and at West Ferry, Broughty Ferry, and Barnhill. London and North 
Eastern — South Union street, and at Esplanade (west end) 

Reading Room and Public Library (see Library) 

Recreation Grounds (see also Parks, Public) — Harris Academy, Elliot road ; 
High School, Arbroath road ; Morgan Academy, Forfar road; University 
College, Kingsway at Balgray road ; Training College, Arbroath road ; 
M.S.W., Graham street; Y.M.C.A., Kingsway, Downfield ; Grove 
Academy, Forthill road, Broughty Ferry 

Recruiting Office for Army, 65 Trades lane 

Registrars of Births, Deaths, and Marriages (see page 48) 

Rescue Home and Laundry, IS Cobden street, Lochee. (See Adv.) 

Road Surveyor's Office (County), Longhaugh house, Pitkerro road 

Rockwell Primary and Rockwell Central Schools, Lawton road 

*Roineach Mhor Masonic Hall, Duncan street, Downfield 

Rosebank Public School, Tulloch crescent 

Royal Bank of Scotland, 3 High street. Branch offices — 51 Murray gate, 
36 Westport, 22 King street, 9 Strathmartine road, 260 Perth road, 138 
Albert street ; 122 High street, Lochee ; 288 Brook street, Broughty 
Ferry. (See Adv. ) 

Royal Dundee Institution for the Blind, 59 Magdalen green 

Royal Exchange, Panmure street 

Royal Infipmapy, Barrack road. (See Adv. ) 

Royal Lunatic Asylum, Westgreen, Liff 

Royal Victoria Hospital, Balgay, off Blackness road 

Sailors' Home, 62 Dock street 

Sailors' Reading-room, east side of Customhouse 

*St Aidan's Church Hall, 408 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

St Andrew's R.C. Schools — Boys, 38 South Tay street ; Girls, 174 Overgate 

*St David's Assembly Rooms, 86 Nethergate. (See Adv.) 

*St George's Church Halls, Meadow street 

*St James' Church Hall, 5 Fort street, Broughty Ferry 

St John's Central R.C. School, Park place 

St Joseph's Convent, Gardner street 

St Joseph's Roman Catholic Schools — Boys, 2 Larch st. ; Girls, Blackness road 

St Margaret's House of Mercy and Convent, Gardner street 

St Margaret's School, Ancrum road, Lochee 

St Martin's Episcopal School, 67 Derby street 

*St Mary's Hall, 85 Hilltown 

St Mary's Rest, 113, 115 Ferry road 

St Mary's Roman Catholic Schools — Boys, 32 Forebank road ; Girls, Powrie pi. 

St Mary's Roman Catholic Schools, St Mary's lane and High street, Lochee 

St Mary's Roman Catholic Reading Rooms, Burnside street, Lochee 

St Mary's Sisterhood, 10 King street 

St Patrick's Roman Catholic School, 59 Lilybank road 

SS. Peter and Paul R.C. School, Byron street 

St Peter's Mission Hall, 18 Annfield street 

St Ronan's Episcopal Church Home, Dalkeith road 

St Roque's Branch Library and Reading Rooms, 1 Blackscroft 

*St Salvador's Halls, Carnegie street 

*St Stephen's Church Hall, 96 Dundee road, West Ferry 

St Vincent's Children's Refuge, 26 Roseangle 

Salvation Army Halls — 98 Victoria road, North Lindsay street, Constitution 
street, 2 Well road ; 31 Gray street, Bro. Ferry ; Marshall street, Lochee ; 
Working Women's Hostel and Industrial Home, Courthouse square; 
Slum Post, 219 Overgate ; Cidhmore Eventide Home and Home for 
Mothers and Infants, 488 Perth road ; Clement Park Maternity Hospital 
and Children's Home, Harefield road, Lochee 

Sanatoria for Consumptives, Auchterhouse, and Ashludie, Monifieth 



40 PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &c. 

Sanitary Inspector's Office, Courthouse square and West Bell street 

Saving's Bank, 2 Euclid street. Branch Offices— 1 Stirling street, 146 
Princes 3treet, 181 Hawkhill ; 84 Fort street, Broughty Ferry ; 55 High 
street, Lochee. (See Adv.) 

Scotland, Department of Health for, 29 Bank street 

Scottish Prohibition Party Office, 68 Murraygate 

Sculpture Galleries, corner of Ward road and Barrack street 

Seafield House Preparatory School, Claypots road, Broughty Ferry 

Seaforth Highlanders' Association Clubroom, 6 Park place 

Seamen's Chapel, Candle lane 

Sheriff Clerk's Office, Courthouse buildings, West Bell street 

Shipping Federation Office, 33 Dock street 

Shipping Porters' Offices — Harbour Porters, west side Victoria dock ; Ham- 
burg and Liverpool Porters, north side Victoria lockway 

Shore Dues Office, Customhouse buildings, Dock street 

Sick Poor Nursing Society — Caird Home for Queen's Nurses, 41 Roseangle 

Sidlaw Sanatorium, Auchterhouse 

Skating Ponds at Stobsmuir, Pitkerro road ; Victoria Park ; and at Claypots, 
Broughty Ferry 

Slaughterhouses, East Dock street 

Smallpox and Cholera Hospital, Kingscross, West Clepington road 

Social Union Hall, 39 Carnegie street 

South Road Public School, 77 South road, Lochee 

Sporting Post — Office, Albert square 

Stamps and Taxes — Assessor and Surveyor's Offices, 5 City square 

Stobswell Public School, Eliza street 

Stock Exchange, 1 Royal Exchange place 

Tannadice Park, Tannefcce street 

Tay Ferries Office and Station, Craig pier. South Union street 

Tay Square Church Mission Hall, 7 Artillery lane 

Tay Street Public School, 46 South Tay street 

Teachers' Training College, Park place ; Mayfield Hostel and Gardens, 206 
Ferry road 

Technical College and School of Art, Bell street 

Telegraph Offices (see Post Offices) 

Telephone Exchanges and Call Offices (see page 156) 

Territorial Force Association Office, 57 Meadowside 

Theatres and Picture Houses (see Trades and Professions section) 

•Thistle Hall, 21 Peter street 

Town Clerk's Office, City chambers, Crichton street 

Transport Office, 1 Lochee road. (See Adv.) 

Trinity Congregational Union Church Hall, 74 Victoria road 

Tuberculosis, Municipal Dispensary for, 55 Constitution road 

Unemployment Insurance — see National Health Insurance 

Union Bank, 2 Panmure street. Branch office, 113 Nethergate 

Unionist Association — Offices, 25 Albert square ; Northern District, 44 Rose- 
bank street. Broughty Ferry Unionist Club Rooms, Queen street, B.F. 

•Unity Hall, 15 Hilltown 

University College, 149 Nethergate and 1 to 9 Perth road ; Hostel for Women 
Students, 1 Airlie place ; Recreation Grounds, Charlotte street, Kingsway 

Valuation Department, Inland Revenue, 5 Cowgate 

•Victoria Art Galleries, Albert square 

Victoria Hospital, Royal, Balgay, off Blackness road 

Victoria Road Public School, King's road, Victoria road 

Volunteer Hall, 95 Church street, Broughty Ferry 

Voters' Registration Office, 95 Commercial street 

•Wallacetown Church Hall, Crescent street 

Wallacetown Public School, Crescent street 

Ward Chapel Mission Hall, 71 Brown street 

Ward Road Baptist Church Mission Hall, 45 Arbroath road 

Washhouses, Public — Bleaching Green, Constitution road; and in connection 
with Public Baths at Guthrie street, Caldrum street, Constable street, 
Miller's wynd, and Lochee 



PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &c. 41 

Water Department — Engineer's Office, 93 Commercial street ; Water Works 
Office, Ward road ; Broughty Ferry Collector's Office, 134 Brook street, 
Broughty Ferry 

•Weavers' Union Hall, 130 High street, Lochee 

Weekly News Office and Weekly Welcome Office, Albert square 

Weights and Measures — Inspector's Office, Irvine's square, 44 Bell street 

Welfare Halls (see page 98) 

Wellburn Home, 120 LifT road, Lochee 

*West Church Hall, 39 Brook street, Broughty Ferry 

*West Church Hall, Nicoll's lane, Lochee 

Western Club, 1 New Inn entry, High street 

•Western Hall, 20 Taylor street, Lochee 

Western Public School, Dundee road, West Ferry 

•Williamson Memorial Church Hall, 2 Mid street 

*Wiilison-Bell Hall, 12 Constitution road 

Women's Hospital and Nursing Home, Elliot road, Blackness road 

Working Men's Gardens — see Gardens, Working Men's 

*Y.M.C.A. Rooms, 10 Constitution road; Recreation grounds, Kingsway, 
Downfield. Broughty Ferry Y.M.C.A., 147 Brook st., Broughty Ferry 

*Y.W.C.A. Institute and Boa'rding-House, 33, 37, 39 South Tay street ; 
Restaurant, 33 South Tay street. Broughty Ferry Y. W.C. A., 132 Brook 
street, Broughty Ferry. Lochee Y.W.C.A., 35 High street. Lochee 

Zion Full Gospel Mission Hall, 13 Charles lane 



HALLS— Classified in Districts. 

(Those marked * are to let for Meetings, Sales, Exhibitions, die. J. 
West Central District. 



♦Albert Hall & Albert Institute, Albert sq. 
All Saints Mission Hall, 17 Cochrane st. 
Brown Street Mission Hall, 71 Brown st. 
*Caird Hall, Shore terrace 
♦Caledonia Hall, 52 Westport 
*Camperdown Masonic Hall, 22 Barrack St. 
♦Chapelshade Halls, 40 Dudhope Cres. rd. 
♦Columba Hall, 2 Tav Street lane 
♦Drill Hall, West Bell street 
Duncan's Dancing Acad'y , 20 Whitehall st. 
* Fabian Halls, 16 South Union street 
♦Foresters' Halls, 6 Nicoll street 
Gilfillan Memorial Church Hall, 24 White- 
hall crescent 
♦Gymnasium Hall, 14 Ward road 
♦Hibernians' Hall, 161 Overgate 
♦Independ. Labour Party Hall, 161 Ov'gate 
John Street Mission Hall, 10 John street 
♦Jute and Flax Workers' Union Hall, 69 

Nethergate 
♦Kidd's Rooms, 6 South Lindsaj' street 
♦L.E.S.M.A. Rooms, 31 Nethergate 
♦Lindsay Street Hall, 31 North Lindsay st. 
♦Marryat Hall, Shore terrace 



♦Masonic Temple, 31 South Tay street 
♦Operative Masonic Hall, 43 Overgate 
♦Palais De Danse, The New, 31 S. Tay st. 
♦Panmure Hall, 6 Bain square 
♦Rattray St. Bapt. Church Hall , Rattray st. 
R.F.A. Hall, 9 Douglas street 
St Clement's Church Hall, 25 S.Lindsay st. 
♦St David's Rooms, 86 Nethergate 
♦St David's Church Hall, North Tay st. 
St Mary Magdalene's Epis. Church Hall, 

11 Blinshall street 
St Paul's Church Hall, 120 Nethergate 
St Paul's Mission Hall, 145 Overgate 
Salvation Army Hall, 17 N. Lindsay st. 
Salvation Army Slum Hall, 219 Overgate 
Sharp, John. & Sons' Welfare Hall, 68 

Lochee road 
♦Tay Square Church Hall, 143 Netherg-ate 
Tay Square Mission Hall, 7 Artillery lane 
♦Victoria Art Galleries. Albert square 
Ward Mills Hall, 37 Nethergate 
Ward Rd. Wesleyan Church Hall, Ward rd. 
♦Willison-Bell Hall, 12 Constitution road 
♦Y.M.C.A. Halls, 10 Constitution road 



East Central District. 



♦Ancient Masonic Hall, 79 High street 
♦Central Halls, 97 Seagate 
♦Cutlers' Hall, 68 Murraygate 
Dudhope FreeCh. Halls, 43, 47 Dudhope St. 
♦Free Breakfast Hall, Bell Street lane 
♦F. & K. Masonic Hall, 13 Meadow street 
•Labour Hall, 48 Wellgate 
Painters' Hall, 34 Commercial street 
Panmure Street Congregational Church 

Hall, Euclid crescent 
•Progress Hall, 44 Hilltown 



Rosebank Mission Hall, 17 R.osebank rd. 
♦St George's Church Hall, 19 Meadow st. 
♦St Mary's R.C. Hall, 85 Hilltown 
Tent Mission Hall, 11-13 Peter street 
♦Thistle Hall, 21 Peter street 
Trinitv C.U. Church Hall, 72 Victoria rd. 
♦Williamson Memorial Church Hall, 2 Mid 

♦Unity Hall, 15 Hilltown 

Zion Full Gospel Hall, 13 Charles lane 



42 PUBLIC OFFICES, BUILDINGS, &c. 

HALLS— Continued. 

Eastern District. 



Baxter Park Church Hall, 68 Arbroath rd. 
Blackscrof t Mission Hall, 102 Foundry lane 
Craigie Works Welfare Hall, 5 Raglan st. 
Maryfield Church Hall, 9 Morgan street 
*Park Church Hall, IS Park avenue 
* Princes St. Cong. Ch. Halls, 157 Princes st. 



*St John Baptist Episcopal Church Hall, 

116 Albert street 
*St Patrick's Hall, 59 Lilybank road 
St* Patrick's Memorial Hall, Maitland st. 
*Wallacetown Church Hall, Crescent st. 



Northern District. 



♦Bonnethill Church Hall, 247* Hilltown 
♦Butterburn Church Hall, Hill street 
♦Clepington Church Hall, Isla street 
*Downfleld Public Hall, 421 Strathmar- 

tine road, Downfield 
*Dundonald Street Hall, 19 Dundonald st. 
Hillbank Hall. 57 Cotton road 
*HilItown Church Hall, Jamaica street 
Mains Church Hall, Claverhouserd., Mains 



*Maxwelltown Baptist Church Hall, 7 

Jamaica street 
♦North Street Hall, 18 North street 
♦Roineach Mhor Masonic Hall, Duncan 

street, Downfield 
♦St James' Church Hall, Arklay street 
*St Salvador's Hall, Carnegie street 
Social Union Hall, 39 Carnegie street 



■Western District. 



Annfield Street Mission Hall, 18Annfieldst. 
Ashton Works Welfare Hall, Annfield rd. 
*Benvie Road Hall, 31 Benvie road 
*Bethany Hall, 2 Taylor's lane 
♦Blackness Halls, 37 Blackness road 
Chalmers Church Hall, 19 Hunter street 
Cherryfield Mission Hall. 137 Blackness rd. 
Garden Works Welfare Hall, 9 Mitchell st. 
♦Gray's Assembly Rooms, 22 Perth road 
*Guthrie Street Hall, Guthrie street 
♦Larch Street Hall, 2 Larch street 
♦Logie Hall, 7 Scott street 



*M'Cheyne Church Hall, 10 Taylor's lane 
"Martyrs Church Hall, Annfield road 
Park Wynd Mission Hall, 36 Park wynd 
Russell Chapel Hall, Ure street 
*Ryehill Church Hall, i, 9 Mid wynd 
*St John's Cross Church Hall, Blackness 

avenue 
St Mark's Church Hall, 16 West wynd 
St Peter's Church Hall, 4 St Peter street 
Seafield Works Welfare Hall, 60 Taylor'sln. 
Taylor's Lane Mission Hall, 6 Taylor's lane 
♦West End Palais de Danse, 8 Well road 



Loehee District. 



*AIbert Masonic Hall, Tullideph road, L. 
Bog Mission Hall, 25 Kirk street, L. 
* Boys' Brigade Hall, 10 Sinclair street, L. 
Camperdown Welfare Hall, 17 Bright st. , L. 
♦East Church Hall, 137 Hisrh street, L. 
*Labour Party Hall, 60 Liff road, L. 



♦LocheeRd. Church Hall, 2Cobdenst. , L. 
St Luke's Church Hall, 136 High St., L. 
StNinian's Church Hall, 3 Bright St., L. 
♦Weavers' Hall, 130 High street, L. 
*West Church Hall, Nicoll's lane, L. 
♦Western Hall, 22 Taylor street, L. 



Broughty Ferry District. 



Barnhill Church Hall, Dalhousie road 
Boy Scouts' Hall, Ambrose street, B. F. 
♦Brown Street Hall, 110 Brown st., B.F. 
♦Cong. Church Hall, 87 Brook street, B.F. 
Drill Hall, 63 Queen street, B.F. 
Ex-Service Men's Rooms, 99 Fort st., B.F. 
♦Good Templar Hall, 38 Gray street, B.F. 
♦LoftusTea Rooms Hall, 317 Queen st. , B. F. 



♦Masonic Hall, 152 Brook street, B.F. 
Municipal Buildings, 132 Brook St., B.F. 
♦St Aidan's Ch. Hall, 408 Brook st., B.F. 
♦St James' Church Hall, 5 Fort St., B.F. 
♦St Stephen's Ch. Hall, E. Home St., B.F. 
Volunteer Hall, 95 Church street, B.F. 
"West Church Hall, Church street, B.F. 
»T.M C. A. Hall, 147 Brook street, B.F. 



Longforgan. 

♦New Stewart Hall, Longforgan 



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MUNICIPAL LISTS. 

POPULATION. — According to the Census returns, the population of 
Dundee was in 1891, 153,330; in 1901, 161,173; in 1911, 165,004; in 1921, 
168,315 ; and in 1931, 175,583. 

VALUATION OF THE BURGH.— The Valuation of the Burgh (includ- 
ing Railways, &c.) for the year 1931-32 is £1,736,415 2s, as against £1,712,940 
for 1930-31. Increase, £23,475 2s. 

MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT. — Burgh of Dundee— Dingle M. Foot 
(National Liberal, 52,048), Pencrebar, Callington, Cornwall ; Miss Florence 
Horsbrugh (National Conservative, 48,556), 11 Belford terrace, Edinburgh. 
County of Forfar — William T. Shaw (Conservative, 13,912), Killiecrankie, 
Perthshire. 

MAGISTRATES AND TOWN COUNCIL.— 

I. — Magistrates. 
Lord Provost, and Lord-Lieutenant of the County of the City of Dundee — 
George Anderson Johnston, 6 Adelaide terrace 

Bailies. 

Robert Loggie, 32 Westfield road, 

West Ferry 
Alex. A. Leslie, 93 Blackness avenue 
Alex. B. Anderson, 27 Yeaman shore 
Jas. G. Fraser, 15 Kirkton rd. , D'field 



Peter M'Cabe, 11 Laurelbank 
Douglas M. Christie, 8 Dalkeith road 
Thomas Macpherson, 302 Strathmar- 

tine road, Downfield 
William H. Buist, 15 Albany terrace 



Lord Dean of Guild — W. Halley Brown, 14 Douglas terrace, West Ferry 
Treasurer — William Frain, 6 Oakwood terrace 
Police Judges— Councillors George Carnegie and D. T. Patterson 
Hospital Master and Kirk Master— Alex. N. Aimer, 23 Dudhope street 

II. — Town Council. 
Ward First. 
Douglas M. Christie, 8 Dalkeith road 
Jas. Lockhart,Elmwood, South rd., L. 
D. T. Patterson, 4 Soapwork lane 

Ward Second. 

Robt. Blackwood, The Knoll, Oxford st. 

Alex. B. Anderson, 27 Yeaman shore 

Robert A. Scrymgeour, 103 Magdalen 

Yard road 

Ward Third. 
Thomas Stewart, 57 Elm street 
A. J. Bayne, 67 Loons road, Lochee 
Alex. N. Aimer, 23 Dudhope street 

Ward Fourth. 
D. R. Kidd, 365 Queen st., B. Ferry 
William H. Buist, 15 Albany terrace 
William Dunn, Kinbrae, W. Newport 

Ward Fifth- 
Thomas Macpherson, 302 Strathmar- 

tine road, Downfield 
J. G. Fraser, 1 5 Kirkton rd. , Downfield 
J. B. Third, 105 Magdalen Yard road 



Ward Sixth. 
Garnet Wilson, 6 Albert crescent, E. 

Newport 
Findlay Lesslie, 200 Ferry road 
Geo. Carnegie, 28 Philip st. , Carnoustie 

Ward Seventh. 
George A. Johnston, 6 Adelaide ter. 
Simon G. Fraser, 131 Strathmartine rd. 
John Phin, 6 Union terrace 

Ward Eighth. 
Geo. F. F. Caldwell, 33 Blackness ave. 
Alexander A. Leslie, 93 Blackness ave. 
George Aimer, 45 Rankine street 

Ward Ninth. 
Peter M'Cabe, 11 Laurelbank 
William Frain, 6 Oakwood terrace 
William M. Ames, 15 Glamis drive 



Geo. A. Greis 



Ward Tenth. 
Jas. B. Archer, 54 Church st., Bro. Fy. 
Robert Loggie, 32 Westfield rd., W.F. 
Wm. Reid, 8 Douglas terrace, W. Fy. 

Ward Eleventh. 
60 Monifieth road, B.F. | James Nicoll, 132 Long lane, B. Ferry 
James Gillies, 14 Esplanade, Broughty Ferry 



44 MUNICIPAL LISTS. 

STANDING COMMITTEES.— 

Works, Parks and Cemeteries, Water, and Cleansing Committees — The 
Lord Provost; Bailies Buist, Anderson; Treasurer Frain ; Councillors Pat- 
terson, Stewart, Third, Findlay Lesslie, Phin, George Aimer, Archer, and 
Nicoll. 

Police and Lighting, Transport, and Markets and Baths Committees — The 
Lord Provost ; Bailies Christie, J. G. Fraser ; Lord Dean of Guild Brown ; 
Treasurer Frain ; Councillors Scrymgeour, Bayne, Kidd, Wilson, Caldwell, 
Ames, Reid, Greig. 

Gas and Electricity Committees — The Lord Provost; Bailies M'Cabe, 

Macpherson, Loggie, Alex. A. Leslie ; Treasurer Frain ; Hospital Master 

Alexander N. Aimer ; Councillors Lockhart, Blackwood, Dunn, Carnegie, 
Simon G. Fraser. 

Public Health Committee — The Lord Provost, Bailies M'Cabe, Macpherson, 
Loggie, Alex. A. Leslie ; Treasurer Frain : Hospital Master Alex. N. Aimer ; 
Councillors Lockhart, Blackwood, Dunn, Wilson, Phin, Simon G. Fraser. 

Housing and Factorial Committee — The Lord Provost; Bailies M'Cabe, 
Macpherson, J. G. Fraser ; Treasurer Frain ; Hospital Master Alex. N. Aimer ; 
Councillors Patterson, Blackwood, Kidd, Wilson, Findlay Lesslie, Carnegie, 
Simon G. Fraser, Phin, George Aimer, Ames, Archer, Reid. 

Lord Provost's Committee — The Lord Provost, First Bailie, Treasurer, Lord 
Dean of Guild, Convener of Works ; Bailies Macpherson, Buist ; Conveners 
Simon G. Fraser, Archer, Stewart, Wilson, Scrymgeour, Reid, Blackwood, 
Lockhart. 

Education Committee — (a) Members of Town Council — The Lord Provost ; 
Bailies Macpherson, Buist, Loggie, A. A. Leslie ; Lord Dean of Guild Brown ; 
Treasurer Frain ; Councillors Lockhart, Kidd, Wilson, Findlay Lesslie, 
Simon G. Fraser, Phin, Archer, (b) Nominated Members — David William- 
son, 9 Muirfield road, Downfield; Miss E. T. Bell, 58 Ashbank road; 
Mrs Agnes Shand, 9 Shepherd's loan ; David Allan, 42 Cobden street, Lochee ; 
Rev. David Dick, 23 Albany terrace ; Alexander J. Smith, 53 Pitkerro road ; 
Rev. Dr William Nelson, 8 Dudhope street ; Right Rev. Mgr. J. Turner, 
150 Nethergate ; Very Rev. Canon M. Lavelle, 22 Powrie place ; Very Rev. 
Dean J. B. Jobberns, 10 Westfield place. For list of schools with head- 
masters, see page 91. 

Public Assistance Committee — The Lord Provost ; Bailies M'Cabe, Christie, 
J. G. Fraser ; Lord Dean of Guild Brown ; Treasurer Frain ; Councillors 
Blackwood, Bayne, Stewart, Carnegie, Wilson, Simon G. Fraser, Phin, Cald- 
well, Ames, Reid. 

Finance Committee — All the Members of the Town Council. 

The Conveners of the foregoing Standing Committees are as follows — Works 
— Councillor Phin. Parks and Cemeteries — Councillor Stewart. Water — 
Councillor Findlay Lesslie. Cleansing — Councillor Nicoll. Police and 
Lighting — Councillor Reid. Transport — Councillor Scrymgeour. Markets 
and Baths — Councillor Greig. Gas— Councillor Dunn. Electricity — Coun- 
cillor Lockhart. Public Health— Councillor Simon G. Fraser. Housing 
and Factorial — Councillor Archer. Lord Provost's — The Lord Provost. 
Education — Councillor Wilson. Public Assistance — Councillor Blackwood. 
Finance — Treasurer Frain. 

Dundee Development or Neiv Industries Committee — Chairman, Treasurer 
Frain ; Secretary, G. A. Mackerell, City chambers. 

Representatives at Meetings of Commissioners of Supply of the County of 
Angus — Lord Provost Johnston, Bailie Buist, Treasurer Fiain, Councillors 
Lockhart, Blackwood, Carnegie, and Reid. 



MUNICIPAL LISTS. 45 

CITY OFFICIALS.— 
Town Clerk— William H. Blyth Martin, D.L., City chambers. 
Depute Town Clerks — David Latto and Robert M'Gill, City chambers. 
City Chamberlain and Registrar of Loans — William Aiken, City chambers. 
City Collector and Local Taxation Officer — J. B. Thomson, 89 Commercial 

street (Teleph. Nos. 4131, 3335); motor taxation (Teleph. No. 4136); 

branch office, 74 High street, Lochee (Telephone No. 3911) ; branch 

office (revenues), 134 Brook street, Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. 

7382) ; branch complaints office and gas appliance showroom, 444 Brook 

street, Broughty Ferry (Telephone No. 7244). Collector of Petty 

Customs (Telephone No. 4613). 
City Engineer, Director of Housing, and City Architect — David B. M'Lay, 

91 Commercial street ; consultant, George Baxter, M.I.C.E. 
City Quantity Surveyor — James A. F. Morrison, 91 Commercial street. 
Water Works Engineer — George Baxter, jun., A.M.I.C.E., 93 Commercial 

street. 
City Electrical Engineer— D. H. Bishop, B.Sc, M.I.E.E., Electric Lighting 

Station, Dudhope Crescent road (Telephone No. 4035). Electric 

Stations — Dudhope Crescent road, Carolina port, Craigie (Arbroath 

road), AVhorterbauk (Lochee), Neish street, Docks, Walton street, 

Downfield, Brook street (Broughty Ferry). 
Gas Engineer and Manager — John Wilson, M.Inst. Gas E., Gas Works, 50 

East Dock st. (Telephone Nos. 4067, 4131; Telegrams, "Hydrogen") ; 

Gas Appliance Showroom, 20 Barrack street ; Complaints Department, 

44 Bell street (Telephone No. 4648). 
Corporation Transport General Manager — Robert Taylor, Transport Dept., 

1 Lochee road (Telephone Nos. 3021, 3022). 
Procurator-Fiscalf or Police Court — Archibald Bell, Central Police chambers . 
Chief Constable — John Macdonald, Central Police chambers, West Bell st. 
Assistant Chief Constable — Peter Robertson, Central Police chambers. 
Chief Inspector of Weights and Measures and Gas Examiner — Alexander 

M. Imrie, Irvine's square, 44 Bell street. 
Director of Education — John R. Cameron, M.A., City chambers, Crichton 

street. 
Superintendent of Parks and Cemeteries — Alexander Macrae, A.H.R.H.S., 

93 Commercial street. 
City Assessor, Surveyor of Rating, Registration Officer — Sydney E. F. Reid, 

95 Commercial street. 
City Analyst — Andrew Dargie, B.Sc, 140 Perth road. 
Medical Officer of Health — William L. Burgess, M.D., D.P.H., 

M.R.C.P.E., 9 West Bell street. 
Medical Officer, Maternity Services Scheme, and Deputy Medical Officer of 

Health— Margaret Scott Dickson, M.B., Ch.B., D.P.H., 1 Nelson st. 
Medical Officer, Pre-School and School Medical Services Scheme, and 

Deputy Medical Officer of Health— A. E. Kidd, M.B., CM., D.P.H., 

1 Nelson street. 
Police Surgeon— Charles S. Young, M.R.C.S., L.S.A., 9 Springfield. 
Tuberculosis Medical Officer and Deputy Medical Officer of Health — John 

H. Hunter, M.B., Ch.B., D.P.H., 55 Constitution road. 
Resident Medical Officer for Ashludie Sanatorium — Dr William Gray. 
Resident Medical Officers for King's Cross Hospital — Dr D. M. Keay and 

Dr Eric Anderson. 
Special Medical Officer, Venereal Diseases Scheme — Charles Averill, M.A., 

B.Sc, M.D., D.P.H., 55 Constitution road. 
Chief Sanitary Inspector, Chief Shop Inspector, and Chief Inspector and 

Sampling Officer under the Food and Drugs Acts — Robert Mitchell, 

A. R.San. I., 17 West Bell street. 



46 MUNICIPAL LISTS, 

City Officials — continued. 

Veterinary Surgeon — Hugh Ferrier, M.R.C.V.S., Public Slaughterhouses. 
Director of Public Assistance and Inspector of Poor — Robert Allan, 9 West 

Bell street. 
Superintendent of Cleansing — W. H. Sagar, 28 East Dock street. 
Engineer and General Manager of Public Baths and Wash-houses — Barry 

Cuthill, M.I.Mech.E., Central Baths, West Protection wall, West Dock 

street. 
Superintendent of Markets and Slaughterhouses — J. D. Anderson, Public 

Slaughterhouses, 60 East Dock street. 
Inspector of Lighting — Richard D. Robertson, Irvine's square, 44 Bell street. 
City Factor and Caird Hall Manager — John Darge, Caird Hall buildings. 
Firemaster — James S. Weir, Central Fire Station, 15 West Bell street. 
City Auditor — Sydney Milne, C.A., 11 Reform street. 
Lord Provost's Secretary — John A. Turnbull, City chambers. 
Council Officer — George D. Bedson, M.C., City chambers. 
City Organist — James Hinchliffe, L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., 1 Tay square. 
Caretaker of City Chambers — Christopher S. Lowson, 10 West Bell street. 
Caretaker of Caird Hall — John MacMillan, 149 Seagate. 

PARKS AND CEMETERIES.— Office, 93 Commercial street— Alexander 
Macrae, A.H.R. H.S., Superintendent. Office open during the week from 
9 a.m. till 5 p.m., and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. till 12 noon only. Offices 
at the Eastern Necropolis and Western Necropolis open during the day. 

Public Parks. — Balfield Park, West Clepington road ; Balgay Hill Park, 
west end of city, entrances at Scott street, and Ancrum road, Lochee ; Barn- 
hill Links, south of railway at east end of city; Baxter Park, between Arbroath 
road and Pitkerro road ; Caird Park, Den of Mains ; Castle Green, Broughty 
Ferry ; Claypots Skating Pond, Claypots road at Arbroath road ; Claypots 
Recreation Park, Arbroath road ; Downfield Public Park and Recreation 
Ground, Strathmartine road, Downfield; Dudhope Park, Barrack road; 
Esplanade, fronting river ; Fairmuir, east side Strathmartine road ; Grassy 
Beach, West Ferry ; Law Hill, north of Albany terrace ; Lochee Park, 
Ancrum road ; Magdalen Green, south side Magdalen Yard road ; Meadows 
(Markets and Baths Department), west side of Constitution road ; Orchar 
Park, south side Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry ; Reres Hill Park, north 
side Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry ; Stobsmuir, Pitkerro road and Cleping- 
ton road ; Victoria Park, off Blackness road and Balgay road. 

Public Bowling Greens in Baxter Park, Dudhope Park, Fairmuir, Lochee 
Park, Magdalen Green, Victoria Park ; and at Orchar Park, Broughty Ferry. 

Public Tennis Courts in Baxter Park, Caird Park, Dudhope Park, Fair- 
muir road, Lochee Park, Magdalen Green, Victoria Park ; and at Esplanade, 
Broughty Ferry. 

Public Golf Courses (18 and 9 hole courses) at Caird Park ; Golf Course 
at Barnhill Links, Broughty Ferry. Putting Greens at Stobsmuir, Victoria 
Park, Magdalen Green ; Lochee Park ; and Esplanade, Broughty Ferry. 

Public Skating Ponds at Stobsmuir, Pitkerro road, Victoria Park ; and 
Claypots, Broughty Ferry. 

Gymnasia for Children in Baxter Park, Caird Park, Dudhope Park, 
Lochee Park, Magdalen Green, Stobsmuir Recreation Ground, Victoria Park ; 
Esplanade, Grassy Beach, and Orchar Park, Broughty Ferry ; and in open 
spaces at Blackscroft, Clepington road, Guthrie street, Logie street, Lyon's 
close, Overgate, Tannadice street, Watson street ; Perrie street, Lochee ; 
Barnhill, Broughty Ferry. 



MUNICIPAL LISTS. 47 

Burial Grounds. — Constitution RoadBurying Ground; Eastern Necropolis, 
Arbroath road ; Howff, Meadowside ; Logie Burying Ground, Lochee road ; 
Old Cemetery, Dundas street, Broughty Ferry ; St Aidan's Church Burying 
Ground, Broughty Ferry ; Roodyards, Ferry road ; St Andrew's, Cowgate ; 
St Peter's, Perth road ; Western Necropolis, Balgay hill. (The Lord Provost, 
Magistrates, and Council are the Board for burial ground purposes). 

Barnhill Cemetery, Strathmore street, Barnhill (under Monifieth Parish). — 
Superintendent, George H. Mackenzie, Cemetery lodge, Barnhill. 

Western Cemetery, Perth road (under Dundee Cemetery Co., Ltd.). — 
Superintendent, H. Robertson, Western Cemetery, Perth road. 

Vegetable Allotment Gardens (Under Dundee Town Council), have 
been laid out at Ferry road, Sandeman street, Earl street (Lochee), Melrose 
terrace, Clepington road (at Maryfield Chair Factory), Meadows, Hospital 
street, Strathmore avenue, Lammerton terrace, Park terrace, Macnabb street 
(north of Clepington road), Victoria terrace (Clepington road), Scott street, 
Esplanade road (Ninewells), East Kingsway, the Law, and Elliot road. 

ANGUS COUNTY POLICE. — Chief Constable, D. C. Christie, 
County buildings, Forfar. Dundee Office, Johnston street (off North Lindsay 
street), Inspector David Lakie. Downfield Office, Sergeant William Denoon. 
Fintry Office, Pitkerro road, Constable Alexander Edwards. Birkhill Office, 
Constable Alexander S. Brown. 

CITY POLICE ESTABLISHMENT.— Central Office, West Bell st. (Tele- 
phone Nos. 5051, 5052, 5053). District Stations — Broughty Ferry Office, 
Brook street, Broughty Ferry ; Eastern Office, 144 Princes street ; Harbour 
Office, Dock street ; Lochee Office, South road, Lochee ; Northern Office, 64 
Carnegie street ; Western Office, 194 Brook street ; Trottick Office, Trottick, 
Mains. John Macdonald, Chief Constable (Telephone Nos. 5051, 5052, 5053). 

SANITARY DEPARTMENT, West Bell street.— Dr W. L. Burgess, 
Medical Officer of Health ; Robert Mitchell, Chief Sanitary Inspector ; Hugh 
Ferrier, Veterinary Surgeon. 

CLEANSING DEPARTMENT, 28 East Dock street.— William H. Sagar, 
superintendent. 

FIRE BRIGADE.— Central Station, 15 West Bell street (Telephone Nos. 
3122 and 4133). Firemaster, James S. Weir ; Deputy-Firemaster, William 
Mackay. Northern Station, 296 Strathmore avenue; Eastern Station, Brown 
street, Broughty Ferry. 

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE OFFICE, 9 West Bell street.— Director of Public 
Assistance and Inspector of Poor, Robert Allan ; Depute, John M. Smart. 

East House, Eliza street. — Governor, Charles Gow ; Matron, Edith M. 
Christie ; Resident Medical Officer, Dr J. B. Macdonald ; Chaplain, Rev. 
John Campbell. 

Duncarse, 381 Perth road — Children's Home. — Matron, Mrs Grossart. 

DUNDEE MENTAL HOSPITAL.— Medical Superintendent, William 
Tuach- Mackenzie, M.D., Liff house, Dundee; Chaplain, Rev. John M'Lean; 
House Steward, William D. Fleming. 

SCOTTISH VETERANS' GARDEN CITY ASSOCIATION, Dundee 
and District Branch. — Hon. Treasurers, Robertson & Taylor; Hon. Secre- 
tary, Edward Robbie, 4 High street. 

OFFICERS FOR THE PROCLAMATION OF BANNS.— For Dundee 
and District — Charles Soutar, 7 Ward road (office hours, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; 
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon ; Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, 7 p.m. to 
8 p.m.). For Bro'ty Ferry District — John R. Dryden, 134 Brook street, B.F. 
For Landward Part of Mains and Strathmartine — William T. Hoy, 271 
Clepington road. For Liff and Benvie — Alexander Gloag, Schoolhouse, Liff. 



48 MUNICIPAL LISTS. 

REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES.— 

Registration must be effected as follows, viz. :— Births within 21 days ; 
Deaths within 8 days ; Marriages within 3 days ; Vaccinations within 6 
months — unless certificate of postponement be granted by a qualified Medical 
Practitioner, or statutory declaration of conscientious objection provided. 
Parties registering births ought to produce proof of the marriage of the 
parents. 

Registration Districts. — Where boundaries are described by roads and 
streets the centre lines thereof to be taken. To ascertain in what District 
any particular street or terrace may be situated, see List of Streets, page 
18, where the figures in brackets ( ) denote the various Registration 
Districts ; or consult the reduced plan of the Registration Districts which 
appears in a corner of the accompanying Plan of Dundee. 

1st or St Mary and St Peter District. — Commencing at a point on the river 
front at its intersection with the western City boundary and proceeding 
along the City boundary' to Glamis drive, thence along Glamis drive, 
Glamis road, Elliot road, Jedburgh road to the eastern boundary of 
Victoria Hospital grounds, an imaginary line through Victoria Park to 
Scott street, along Scott street, Milnbank road, Polepark road, Lochee 
road, Ward road, North Lindsay street, South Lindsay street, Nethergate, 
Union street, South Union street to Esplanade, and thence along river front 
to point of commencement. Office, 57 Perth road ; John Mawhinney, Regis- 
trar. Hours, 9.30 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Saturday, 9.30 a.m. to 12 noon ; Monday, 
Tuesday, Thursday, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. 

2nd or St Clement District — Commencing at a point on the river front 
at its junction with east end of Esplanade, thence along the curved end of 
Esplanade, South Union street, Union street, Nethergate, South Lindsay 
street, North Lindsay street, Ward road, Lochee road, western and northern 
boundaries of Dudhope Park to Inverlaw place, thence along Inverlaw place, 
road to Law, thence eastwards along Kinghorne road until it reaches Law 
crescent, thence north-westwards along Law crescent until it reaches Lawton 
road, thence northwards along Lawton road until it reaches Strathmore 
avenue, thence westwards along Strathmore avenue until it reaches the 
western boundary of Kingscross Hospital grounds, thence along the western 
boundary of Kingscross Hospital grounds to Clepington road, thence east- 
wards along Clepington road to Provost road, Mains road, Hilltown, Well- 
gate, Cowgate, St Andrew's street, Trades lane, road on east side of 
Customhouse buildings, road to south side of Victoria dock, road on east 
side of Patent Slip buildings to the river front, and thence along river front 
to point of commencement. Office, 93 Commercial street ; W. H. Phillip, 
Registrar. Hours, as above. 

3rd or St Andrew District — Dundee Portion. — On west by road on east 
side of Patent Slip buildings, road on south side of Victoria dock, road on 
east side of Customhouse buildings, Trades lane, St Andrew's street, Cow- 
gate, Wellgate, Hilltown, Mains road, Provost road ; on north by Clepington 
road as far east as Mains loan, thence northwards along Mains loan to 
Kingsway, thence eastwards along Kingsway to Pitkerro road, thence north- 
eastwards along Pitkerro road until it reaches the present Municipal boundary, 
thence south-eastwards following the line of the present Municipal boundary 
until it reaches the Milton of Craigie road ; thence on the east by the Milton 
of Craigie road, Strips of Craigie road, crossing the railway, thence along 
Dundee and Broughty Ferry road to the river front, and thence westwards 
along the river front to the point of commencement. Office, 16 King street ; 
Hugh T. Templeton, Registrar. Hours, as above. 

4th or Lochee District. — Commencing at a point in the western 
City boundary at its junction with Blackness road (now called Glamis drive), 
and proceeding thence along the western City boundary, the northern City 
boundary to Macalpine road, thence along Clepington road until it reaches 
the western boundary of the Kingscross Hospital grounds, thence southwards 
along the western boundary of the Kingscross Hospital grounds to Strath- 
more avenue, thence eastwards along Strathmore avenue to Lawton road, 



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thence southwards along Lawton road to its junction with Law crescent, 
thence south-eastwards along Law crescent to its junction with Kinghorne 
road, thence westwards along Kinghorne road to Law, Inverlaw place, 
northern and western boundaries of Dudhope Park, Lochee road, Polepark 
road, Milnbank road, Scott street, an imaginary line through Victoria Park 
from Scott street to Jedburgh road at the eastern boundary of Victoria 
Hospital grounds, Jedburgh road, Elliot road, Glamis road, and thence along 
Blackness road (now called Glamis drive), to point of commencement. 
Office, 74 High st. , Lochee ; J. Robertson Nicoll, Registrar. Hours, as above. 

5th or Mains District — Dundee Portion. — On north and east by burgh 
boundary, on south and west by Clepington road as far east as Mains loan, 
thence northwards along Mains loan to Kingsway, thence eastwards along 
Kingsway to Pitkerro road, thence north-eastwards along Pitkerro road until 
it reaches the present Municipal boundary. Office, 411 Strathmartine road, 
Downfield ; C. Gordon M'Kenzie, Registrar. Hours, Monday, Tuesday, 
Thursday, and Friday, 10 to 11 a.m. ; Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, 
6 to 8 p.m. 

Broughty Ferry District — Burghal Portion. — Commencing on the west at 
a point on the river front at the junction of the Dundee and Broughty Ferry 
road with Camperdown road, thence northward by the said Dundee and 
Broughty Ferry road crossing the railway to Strips of Craigie road, Strips of 
Craigie road and Milton of Craigie road until the line reaches the inter- 
section of the Municipal boundary ; thence in a south-easterly and easterly 
direction, following the line of the Municipal boundary until it reaches the 
river front ; thence westwards along the river front till it reaches the point 
of commencement. Office, 134 Brook street, Broughty Ferry ; John R. 
Dryden, Registrar. Hours, 9.30 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Saturday, 9.30 a.m. to 12 
noon ; Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. 

GUILDRY INCORPORATION.— Lord Dean of Guild, W. Halley Brown ; 
Assessors, P. S. Nicoll, W. S. Nicoll, W. G. Anderson, James King, C. J. 
Bissec, Findlay Lesslie, Sir William High, David Dickie, Thomas Russell, 
Sir Alexander Spence, Robert Steven, Neil Macdonald, A. R. Mechan, David 
Air, George Willsher, William Reid, Robert Loggie, and George R. Donald; 
Collector, Charles Stewart ; Clerk, Joseph Wilkie, 27 Bank street. 

MALTMEN INCORPORATION. — Deacon, William Ballingall^; Box- 
master, W. H. Brown ; Clerk, James Fenton, 4 High street. 

THREE UNITED TRADES.— Convener, James Gibson; Boxmaster, James 
S. Brand ; Clerk, Joseph Wilkie, 27 Bank street. 

Deacons. Boxmasters. 

Masons, Duncan H. Bruce George Carnegie 

Wrights, Alexander Lickely John B. Shaw 

Slaters, John Robb Robert Ramsay 

NINE INCORPORATED TRADES.— Convener, John A. Beattie ; Box- 
master and Clerk, James Simpson, 12 Bank street. 

Deacons. Assessors. 

Bakers. William Hay David B. Barclay 

Shoemakers Alexander M 'Gowan John E. Mann 

Glovers F. B. Graham W. C. F. Stewart 

Tailors Alexander Bell R. R. Taylor 

Bonnetmakers Robert J. Loggie Henry Main 

Fleshers William Clark Andrew Miller 

Hammermen George Cuthbert David Bisset 

Weavers F. H. Fairweather John C. Baxter 

Dyers Rodk. T. Stevenson J. L. Stevenson 

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COUNTY OF ANGUS COUNTY COUNCIL.— 

The Right Hon. the Earl of Airlie, Cortachy castle ; Mackenzie S. Shaw, 
1 Thistle court, Edinburgh ; George Annand, Reekie Linn house, by 
Alyth ; J. A. Carnegie, 17 Glengate, Kirriemuir ; Sir John A. Ogilvy 
Wedderburn of Silvie, Ruthven ; Gavin Ralston, factor, Glamis ; John 
Motion, Keillor, Kettins ; Sir Herbert K. Ogilvy, Bart., of Baldovan, 
5 Bank street, Dundee ; T. P. Douglas Murray, Dryburgh, Lochee ; James 
Grant. Kingennie house ; David Johnston, 91 Dundee rd., W. Ferry; F. M. 
Batchelor of Kelly field ; John M. Fairlie, Kirkton of Monikie ; Colonel 
W. Steuart Fothringham of Fothringham ; James Simpson, Willowbank, 
Brechin road, Forfar ; David Reid, St Margaret's, Letham ; Alexander 
MacHardy of Newbarns, by Forfar ; John P>,. Taylor, St Ann's, St James 
road, Forfar ; George E. Anderson of Murlingden, by Brechin ; William 
L. Spalding, Balconnel, Menmuir ; Samuel Edwards, Dalhousie Estates 
Office, Brechin ; Rev. James Landreth, Manse of Logie Pert ; James Allan, 
Kinnaber Mill, by Montrose ; Rev. Dr Ivo Macnaughton Clark, Manse of 
Farnell; R. C. Hoyer Millar, Craig house, Montrose; Alex. H. Anderson, Red- 
castle, Inverkeilor ; John Alexander, Mains of Dumbarrow, Guthrie ; Percy E. 
Morgan, Windyhills, Arbroath ; Jas. Graham, Balcathie, Arbirlot; Jas. Kydd, 
Marchbank, Carnoustie ; William Chapel, Caenlochan, Keptie road, Arbroath ; 
George Sherriffs, Lochlea, Kinloch terrace, Arbroath ; David R. Macdonald, 
Dulwich, Arbirlot road, Arbroath ; Arthur King, 44 Elliot street, Arbroath; 
Andrew Beat, Abdulla, Elliot street, Arbroath ; James Law, 9 East Grimsby, 
Arbroath ; Rev. George Hitchcock, Inverbrothock manse, Dalhousie place, 
Arbroath ; George Adam, Cairnie road, Arbroath ; William J. Dewar, 13 
Hill terrace, Arbroath ; Alexander Hood, 38 Elliot street, Arbroath ; Frank 
Irons, 3 Rosebank, Arbroath ; James Barrie, Clerk street, Brechin ; John 
M'Leod Dunn, Bank street, Brechin ; Henry Greig Mitchell, Andover Hill 
(Upper), Brechin ; James Donaldson Ross, Latch road, Brechin ; John 
Joe, Victoria place, Brechin ; David Ramsay, Brown street, Carnoustie ; 
Alexander B. Easson, Baigonie, Carlogie road, Carnoustie ; George Bell, 
Almondbank, Ireland street, Carnoustie ; Peter Crerar, Newal, Mackenzie 
street, Carnoustie; William Saxby Wise, Glencoe, Links parade, Carnoustie; 
Dr Lowson, Kirkton, Forfar; Bailie Guthrie, Castlehill, Forfar; Thomas 
Elder, 3 North street, Forfar; Provost Hanick, East High street, Forfar; 
Councillor Peters, Mansfield, Forfar; Councillor Isles, Manor park, Forfar; 
Provost Peacock, 16 Glengate, Kirriemuir; Samuel Dunn, 34 Kirk wynd, 
Kirrieimvir ; James Maxwell Rattray, Viewfirth, Monifieth ; William W. 
Tyndall, Greenbourne, Monifieth ; Andrew D. Todd, 12 Palmerston street, 
Montrose ; David B. Mackay, Cairnduna, Whinfield road, Montrose ; Thomas 
Lyell, 3 Panmure terrace, Montrose ; Hugh Hanton Soutar, Warrack terrace, 
Montrose ; James Alexander Mathers, 4 Melville gardens, Montrose ; James 
Christian Hanson, 63 High street, Montrose ; John Yorston, 9 Wellington 
gardens, Montrose. 

Office-Beakers. — Convener, Col. W. Steuart Fothringham, of Fothring- 
ham, Forfar ; Vice-Convener, James Kydd, Marchbank, Carnoustie ; County 
Clerk and Treasurer and County Road Clerk, R. H. Anderson, Forfar; County 
Assessor, D. J. Carnegy, Forfar ; Medical Officer, Dr Sinclair, Forfar ; Sanitary 
Inspector, Dr Sinclair, Forfar ; County Veterinary Inspector, John Lyle, 
Forfar ; Inspector of Weights and Measures, W. A. Bertram, Forfar ; County 
Auditor, Lewis F. Robertson, Dundee; County Analyst, Andrew Dargie, 
Dundee ; Chief Constable of County, David C. Christie, Forfar. 

COUNTY OF PERTH COUNTY COUNCIL.— 

Perth District. — Members resident in or near Dundee — Lord Kinnaird, 
Rossie priory, Inchiure ; John Prain, Inglewood, Invergowrie. 

Office-Bearer3. — Convener, James M. Hodge ; Vice-Convener, John F. 
Smith ; Clerk and Treasurer, T. B. Marshall, County buildings, Perth ; 
Medical Officer, Dr David J. M'Leish, Perth ; Sanitary Inspector, Robert 
M'Nicoll, Perth ; Public Assistance Officer, Blair Murphie, Education Offices, 
Perth ; Longfor^an District, A. S. M'Kay, Longf organ. 



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COUNTY OF FIFE COUNTY COUNCIL.— 

Members resident in or near Dundee — Col. R. G. O. Hutchison, Cunnoquhie, 
Ladybank ; James B. Crichton, Luthriebank, Cupar ; William Low of Blebo, 
Cupar ; John Stewart of Woodburne, Ceres ; James C. Henderson of Scots- 
craig, Tayport ; Provost J. T. Young, Ashbrook, Newport ; Provost Boase, 
The White house, St Andrews ; Bailie How, Balnacarron, St Andrews ; 
Treasurer Bruce, Abbey cottage, St Andrews ; Councillor A. A. Melville, 20 
Ogilvy street, Tayport. 

LIEUTENANCY OF THE COUNTY OF THE CITY OF DUNDEE.— 
Lord-Lieutenant, Lord Provost G. A. Johnston; Deputy -Lieutenants, Earl of 
Strathmore, William Longair, Sir William Henderson, David Couper 
Thomson, William H. Blyth Martin, T. H. Smith, Col. R. H. Adamson, 
Lieut.-Col. P. S. Nicoll, Col. J. B. Muir, T. N. J. Bell, A. R. Mechan, 
Adam Malcolm, Sir Alexander Spence, Grant Barclay, Alex. Anderson, 
William Reid, James B. Archer, Sir Charles C. Barrie, Sir James C. Irvine, 
Sir William High ; Clerk of Lieutenancy, W. H. Blyth Martin, Town Clerk. 

VALUATION DEPARTMENT (INLAND REVENUE).— Offices, 5 Cow- 
gate ; District Valuer, J. Lorimer Thomson, F.S.I. ; Valuers, Charles Mann, 
F.S.I., and M. Johnston, P.A.S.I. 

SCOTTISH SAVINGS COMMITTEE (Local Centre).— Chairman, Robert 
Loggie; Hon. Treasurer and Secretary, Lewis F. Robertson, C.A., 22 Meadow- 
side (Telephone No. 3367). 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH FOR SCOTLAND, Eastern Dist. Office, 
29 Bank street (comprising counties of Angus and Kinross ; Cupar and St 
Andrews County Districts of Fifeshire ; Highland, Blairgowrie, Central and 
Perth Districts of Perthshire). — District Inspector, A. Cree ; Assistant 
Inspectors, D. M. Kay, G. A. Fraser, J. Y. Fortune, Miss E. T. Heatlie, Miss 
I. Morrison, Miss K. M. Fleming ; Clerks, Miss M. T. Heatlie, Miss E. Fraser 
(Telephone No. 2025; Telegrams, "Health, Dundee"). 

Regional Medical Officer. — Dr T. D. Kennedy ; Clerks, Miss Reekie, Miss 
M. Lawson (Telephone No. 4796; Telegrams, "Health, Dundee"). 

DUNDEE BURGH INSURANCE COMMITTEE (under National Health 
Insurance Acts). — Chairman, William Harvey; Vice- Chairman, Miss J. H. Law; 
Clerk and Treasurer, David Duncan ; office, 2 Union street — Hours, 
daily except Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon ; also 
Monday and Friday evenings, 7 to 8. 

Appointed by Town Council — Alex. N. Aimer, George Aimer, Arthur J. 
Bayne, Dr R. 6. Buist, George F. Caldwell, J. G. Fraser, S. G. Fraser, Mrs 
William Kinnear, Miss M. Mechan, Dr G. W. Miller, Thomas Stewart, 
R. A. Scrymgeour. 

Appointed by Department of Health for Scotland — W. Huntley Buist. 
Miss E. J. Scotland, Miss Kynoch, J. H. Thomson, Dr Henry Buist, Dr 
W. E. A. Buchanan, Miss J. H. Law, James R. Milne, Dr G. F. Whyte. 

Appointed by Medical Practitioners — DrD. M'Gillivray, Dr AugusteBoyes. 

Appointed to Represent Insured Persons — William Harvey, John 
Walker, J. Cunningham, Nicholas Marra, A. Maitland, Edward Miller, 
Thomas Dunn, E. H. Porter, K. E. M'Lennan, Robert Bissett, James 
Dolan, James Simmons, Robert Cuthbert, A. R. Moonie, J. Gunn, James 
Scott, C. Kennedy, David O. Baird, Thomas Cooney, Harry J. Mitchell, 
James G. Cameron, Charles Clark, James Webster, George Wilson, William 
Clarke, David Doig, David Jack, F. J. Robertson, J. H. Sherwood, Wilfrid 
Taylor, David Hume, Miss E. S. Walker, Miss J. C. Hunter, Miss J. 
Butchart, Miss A. Geekie, Miss J. H. Stewart. 

Medical Benefit Committee. — Dr R. C. Buist, Thomas Dunn, William 
Harvey, D. Hume, David Jack, Mrs Kinnear, J. H. Thomson, Miss J. H. 
Law, Miss A. Geekie, Dr G. W. Miller, James Dolan, John Walker, K. E. 
M'Lennan, Joseph Sherwood; Dr Buist, Convener. 



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Finance Committee. — Simon G. Fraser, William Harvey, Miss M. 
Kynoch, E. H. Porter, R. Cuthbert, F. J. Robertson, James G. Cameron, 
William Clarke, K. E. M'Lennan, Miss J. H. Law, Adam Maitland, Miss 
Mechan, Harry Mitchell, James Webster ; F. J. Robertson, Convener. 

Dundee Panel Committee. — Dr G. F. Whyte (Chairman), Dr Boyes, 
Dr R. C. Buist, Dr W. A. Robertson, Dr H. Buist, Dr W. L. Bnrgess, 
Dr J. B. Gyle, Dr W. L. Kinnear, Dr A. A. Kirkland, Dr G. W. Miller, Dr 
Kathleen Lyon, Dr M. J. Murray, Dr M. M. Stewart, Dr F. B. Thomson ; 
Secretary, Dr Donald M'Gillivray, 9 Wellington street. 

APPROVED SOCIETIES (NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE).— The 
undernoted are Societies represented by a Local Secretary; for information as 
to other Societies which may have a membership in Dundee the complete Roll 
of Approved Societies should be consulted at the Clerk's office, 2 Union 
street. 

trades union. 
Name of Society. Local Secretary. 

Bakers and Confectioners, Oper. , of Scot. , N.F.U. David Douglas, 6 Smith street 
Blacksmiths, Forye and Smithy Workers' Society Andrew Doig, 103 Balgavies avenue 
Boilermakers, Iron and Steel Ship bldrs., No. 1 Br. W. O'Neill, 269 Arbroath road 

,, ,, No. 2 Br. John Anderson, 30 Springhill 

Bookbinders and Machine Rulers, Nat. Union of William Robertson, 20 Forebankrd. 
Boot and Shoe Operatives, National Union of 
Brass Founders' and Finishers' Society 
British Iron, Steel, & Kindred Trades Association 
Brushmakers, National Society of 
Building and Monumental Workers' Association | ^ d Ai 23 Dudh st 

(Masons Section) ) ' * 

Engineers, Amalgamated Society of, No. 1 Branch William Webster, 29 Paton's lane 
,, ,, No. 2 Branch George Ellis, 48 Balgavies avenue 

No % Branch / D " R - Brighton, 2 Wedderburn st. 
ft a 6 Brancfl L J. F. Fraser, 15 Brown Constable st. 
,, ,, No. 4 Branch 

„ „ Lochee Branch 

Foundry Workers, National Union of 
Furnishing Trades 

General »nd Municipal Workers' Union 
General Federation of Trade Unions (Calender- \ 



Alex. Brown, 10 Pitkerro road 
Richard Norrie, 22 Watt street 
David P. M'Laren, 42 Lilybank rd. 
P. Binnie, 14 Peddie street 



John Keay, 159 Strath martine rd. 
William Morrison, 36 Benvie road 
James Whyte, 1 Arklay terrace 
Henry S. Johnston, 10 Ireland's hie. 
Alexander Donnet, 6 Panmure st. 



workers. Dockers, Jute and Klax Workers, ws„x,„i„„ «„__ o n.,„- <-„ 

Musicians, Upholsterers, Bloekcutters, Horse f Nlcholas Marra > 8 Overgate 



and Motor Men) 
Horse and Motormen's Society, Scottish 
Iron, Steel, and Brass Dressers' Society 
Leather Workers, National Union of 
Lithographic Printers, Amalgamated Society of 
Mill and Factory Operatives, Dundee and District 
National Union of Seamen 
Painters' Society, Scottish 
Patternmakers' Association, United 
Plumbers' and Domestic Engineers' Assoc, U.O. 
Railwaymen, National Union of 
Shipconstructors' and Shipwrights' Association 

,, ,, Drillers' Sec. 

Shop Assistants, Warehousemen, & Clerks, N.A.U. 
Slaters' Societ}' of Scotland, Amalgamated 
Smiths and Strikers, U.K. Society of Amalgamated 
Tailors and Garment Workers 



R. B. Davidson, 43 Nethergate 
J. Brown, 57 Lihbank road 
D. Anderson, 13 Dura street 
Skelton M. Christie, 2 Forester st. 
D. Jack, 2 Ireland's lane 
P. Davidson, 14 Gellatly street 
John Kenneth, 10 Arklay terrace 
John H. Gardiner, 6 Eden street 
Robert Anderson, 62 Blackscroft 
William Keir, 1 Seafield road 
D. Robertson 52 Watson street 
James Mackie, 101 Woodside ter. 
Joseph Bruce, 61 Meadow side 
James Taylor, 105 Hawkhill 
Richard Norrie, 22 Watt street 
William Arthurson, 20 Annfield st. 
George Eaton, 24 Hepburn street 



Tailors' Society, Amalgamated 

Transport and General Workers' Union (Com'I. Sec.) Donald Maclean, 7 Whitehall cres. 

Typographical Association, Scottish Wilfrid Cundall, 15 Glenclova ter. 

Vehicle Builders, National Union of Jas. Galloway, 11 Forest Hark road 

Vehicle Workers, United Donald Maclean, 7 Whitehall cres. 

Woodcutting Machinists, Amalgamated Society of James F. Reilly, 17 Mortimer street 

Woodworkers' Amalgamated Society of, No. 1 Br. John Murray, 11 Strathmartine rd. 

No. 2 Br. " 
No 3 Br. 
,, ,, Lochee 
,, ,. B. Ferry 

FRIENDLY AND BENEFIT. 

Clerks' Association, Scottish David Blackadder, 32 Castle street 

Dens Works Benefit Fund Society David Patterson, Dens Works 



John Harra, 20 Park avenue 
Wm. Fleming, 7 Baxter Park ter. 
John L Scott, 2 Tullideph road 
James Dand, 3 Panmure st., B.F. 



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Name of Society. 
Drapery and Selected Trades Socy. , D'deeand Dist. 
Dunkeld Diocesan Catholic Insurance Society 
Foresters, Ancient Order of 

Foresters, Irish National, Branch Wm. O'Brien \ 
„ „ Br. Our Lady of Victories / 

Gardeners, Ancient Order of Free 

Gardeners, British Order Ancient Free \ 

Rose of Lebanon Lodge / 

Gardeners, St Andrew's Order, Sons of Ed en Lodge 

Hibernians, Ancient Order of (Board of Erin) 

Nalgo Approved Society 

Oddfellows (Bolton Unity), Dundee District 
,, ,, Kinbrae Lodge 

,, ,, City of Dundee Lodge 

Oddfellows, Cal. Order of Unit., Banks of Tay Lodge 
Oddfellows, Man . Un ity , Bon Accord & Thistle Lodge 
Ploughman's Society of Scotland, International 
Rechabites, Independent Order of 

Rural Workers' Friendly Society, Scottish 
Shepherds, Loyal Order of Ancient 

Sons of Temperance 

Women's Friendry Society, Associated 

Women's, North of Scotland, Insurance Society 



Local Secretary. 

F. J. Robertson, 4 High street 
James Dolan, 53 Gellatly street 
James M'Laren, 13a Ward road 
(For Court Secretaries see p. 122.) 
Alex. Marshall, 7 Elizabeth street 
Andw. Brown, 3 Millar's lane, L'hee 
Chas. A. Henderson, 71 Liff rd., L. 

G. M. Smith, 61J Pertb road 
(For Lodge Secretaries see p. 121. ) 

Samuel Devine, 8 Graham place 
A. Sturrock, 1 Shore terrace 
John S. Carnegie, 44 Woodside ave- 
John S. Carnegie, 44 Woodside av. 
Thomas Stewart, 57 Elm street 
(For Lodge Secretaries see p. 122.) 
Alex. Wilson, 37 North Court st. 
David Jack, 41 Benvie road 
John L. Nicoll, 6 Tulloch crescent 
R. Cuthbert, 1 5 King st. , Dist. Secy. 
(For Tent Secretaries see p. 124 J 
John L. Nicoll, 6 Tulloch crescent 
James Webster, 97 Seagate 
(For Lodge Secretaries see p. 123. J 
Robert Shearer, 48 Provost road 
Miss Silvie, 19 Ward road 
Miss J. Stewart, 38 Park avenue 



INSURANCE COMPANIES' APPROVED SOCIETIES. 



City of Glasgow Approved Society 
Liverpool Victoria Friendly Society 

Prudential Assurance Co. 

Royal Liver Friendly Society 
Scottish Legal Health Assurance Society 
National Amalgamated Approved Society- 
Britannic Assurance Co. Section 
Pearl Assurance Co. Section 
Refuge Assurance Co. Section — District 
,, „ ,, District 

Royal London Mutual Insurance Society 



Fred. Smith, 21 Reform street 
G. E. Bryant, 54 Commercial street 
/R. Bissett and K. E. M'Lennan, 31 
( Albert square 
T. Dunn, 9 King street 
Edward H. Porter, 51 Murraygate 
/A. Maitland. 6 Panmure street 
(James Scott, 31 Wellgate 
D. R. Piatt, 30a Meadowside 
No. 2 E. C. Millar, 45 Commercial street 
No. 3 James Young, 45 Commercial st. 
Section M. Cairns, 74 Murraygate 



UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE— Dundee and District Court of Referees. 
— Chairman, James Allison ; Deputy-Chairmen, John Ogilvie and J. 
Scrimgeour. Employers' Representatives, Men, Dundee — A. Adamson, 
G. L. Barclay, Grant Barclay, W. A. Clark, James Coutts, 
J. Crighton, H. D. Forbes, George M. Crofts, W. H. Forster, S. G. 
Fraser, J. Galloway, Charles Gray, J. C. Lee, K. S. Malcolm, Thos. Malone, 
William Forwell, D. T. Patterson, A. P. Pellow, G. Wallace, 
G. Will, Henry Main, W. S. Thompson, A B. Anderson ; Arbroath 
— Norman Anderson, J. Angus, J. Donald, A. S. Fairweather, R. C. 
Farquhar, A. C. Hewit, D. Kinmond, W. Macgregor, A. Mailer, G. R. 
Thomson ; Perth — George Brown, A. T. Charnley, G. Dalgleish, David 
Gorrie, G. J. Matthews, J. F. MacRitchie, W. Steele, J. K. Taylor, D. T. 
Turner, W. Wake ; Employers' Representatives, AVomen, Dundee — 
Miss Bruce, Mrs Halley, Mrs T. Himsworth, Miss C. Robertson, Mrs Shand, 
Mrs Tough, Miss M. M. Boath, Mrs Sinclair Henderson, Mrs Alexander 
Scott, Miss Muir, Miss Aitken, Mrs Smith ; Perth — Miss Catherine Kennaway, 
Mrs Sophia Lewis, Miss Annie M. Norwell, Mrs W. Wood, Miss Sarah 



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Falls, Miss Brown ; St Andrews— Miss A. Pringle ; Arbroath — Miss M. 
Strachan, Mrs T. Scott. Workpeople's Representatives, Men, Dundee — 
Charles Grant, H. Proctor, J. W. Calvert, Stewart Gibson, A. Maloney, 
Gavin Martin, William O'Neill, G. Bathie, G. Butter, D. Douglas, 
H. Hutcheon, J. T. Morrison, George Nixon, J. Paterson, Peter Thorn, 
John Walker, W. Wiseman, D. Silvie, R. Watson, A. Whyte, W. G. Strachan, 
G. MacMaster, G. Henderson Smith, G. Nash ; Arbroath — James Cant, 
Alexander Edie, W. E. Lawson, James P. Reid, J. K. Sim, John Souttar, 
D. O. Dowall, W. S. Boath, R. Baird, S. Elrick, J. Killacky, Jas. Marshall ; 
Perth — James Anderson, J. Christie, R. Fairley, John Kay, Chas. Robinson, 
Edward Roscoe, James Small ; Brechin — J. C. Hendry. Workpeople's Repre- 
sentatives, Women, Dundee — Mrs R. Devine, Mrs Lizzie Adamson. Mrs 
Garthley, Mrs M. Duncan, Mrs M. Petrie, Miss Jeanie Spence, Miss J. 
Steel, Mrs E. Campsie, Miss J. M'Gregor, Miss A. Prain ; Perth — 
Mrs Jemima Buchan, Miss Jean Lumsden, Miss E. J. Robson, Miss 
J. C. Taylor, Miss M. Adam, Miss M. Banks, Miss J. Macintosh ; 
Forfar — Miss Agnes Stewart. 

Local Office, Employment Exchange, 54 Dock street. Manager, W. Duns. 

Local Agencies — Broughty Ferry and Monifieth, J. Johnston, 69 Union 
street, Broughty Ferry ; St Andrews, R. Studley, South street, St Andrews ; 
Tayport, G. W. Glendinning, Tay street, Tayport. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT LOCAL EMPLOYMENT COMMITTEE, 
established by Ministry of Labour in connection with the Employment 
Exchange. — Sir Alexander Spence (Chairman), John Walker (Vice- 
Chairman), Miss M. A. D. Bruce, Miss J. Spence, Mrs M. Petrie, D. A. 
Douglas, William M'Farlane, A. Lundie, W. Forster, S. G. Fraser, J. 
Kenneth, D. R. Kidd, J. Kydd, W. M. Scott, W. Watson, P. Ewart Jack, 
J. F. Sime, James Walker, G. H. Smith, A. Maloney, Gavin Martin, D. T. 
Patterson, Andrew P. Pellow, D. K. Smith, J. R. Smith, W. S. Thompson, 
D. M'Lean. Secretary, W. Duns, 54 Dock street. 

Sub-Committee foe Women's Work. — Mrs T. Himsworth, Mrs Shand, 
Miss Gill, Miss M. A. D. Bruce, Mrs H. Gartley, Mrs Halley, Miss J. 
Spence, Mrs Petrie, Miss C. Robertson, Mrs L. Miller. Secretary, 
W. Duns. 

Dundee Juvenile Advisory Committee. — Chairman, Garnet D. Wilson ; 
Vice-Chairman, David Allan ; nominated by Dundee Education Committee, 
David Allan, Miss E. T. Bell, Dean J. B. Jobberns, A. J. Smith ; nominated 
by the Education Institute of Scotland, Miss R. O. Gibson, John M 'Hardy, 
John L. Peters, Joseph Tyrrell ; Representatives of Employers, John 
Crighton, Sir William Henderson, Simon G. Fraser, J. C. Lee, Henry Main, 
Miss C. Robertson ; Representatives of Workpeople, Gordon Davidson, T. 
M. Ferguson, James Grady, J. M'Kenna, A. Maloney, Miss J. Spence ; 
Persons specially interested in Boys and Girls, Mrs Abernethy, D. Kin- 
near, T. Whyte. Secretary, R. J. T. Card, Employment Exchange, 54 
Dock street. 

Dundee Juvenile Organisations Committee.— Hon. Chairman, 
H. Boyd Martin ; Chairman, James A. Forbes ; Vice-Chairmen, Miss E. T. 
Bell, John Muir ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, J. Armstrong Barry, 
21 Reform street. 

OLD AGE PENSIONS (1908-1924 Acts).— Statutory conditions for receipt 
of an Old Age Pension are : — (1) Applicant must have attained age of 70 years, 
or where blind 50 years ; (2) must have been 10 years a British subject, and 
for 12 years after the person has attained the age of 50 had his residence 
in the United Kingdom ; (3) yearly earned income must not exceed £49 17s 6d 
(or 19s 2d per week). The Old Age Pensions Act, 1924, provides for a deduc- 
tion of £39 per annum from the unearned income of a single person, or £78 
per annum in the case of a married couple living together in the same house. 



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Pension per Week, 

Where the yearly means do not exceed £26 5s per annum ... 10s OcJ 

Exceed £26 5s, but do not exceed £31 10s ... ... 8 

£31 10s „ „ £36 15s 6 

£36 15s ,, „ £42 0s ... ... 4 

£42 0s ,, „ £47 5s ... ... 2 

£47 5s ,, ,, £49 17s6d 1 

,, £49 17s 6d ... ... .. ... ... No pension. 

Claimants should apply within four months of attaining the age of 70. 

The Dundee Local Pension Committee consists of all the members of the 
Town Council, and these have delegated their powers and duties to the 
following Sub-Committees : — Eastern Division, the representatives of Wards 
I., IV., V., and Mrs Euphemia Abernethy ; Western Division, the 
representatives of Wards II., VIII., IX. ; Northern Division, the representa- 
tives of Wards VI., VII. ; Lochee Division, the representatives of Ward 
III., Lord Dean of Guild and D. Mitchell; Broughty Ferry Division, the 
representatives of Wards X. and XI. and P. Sim. 

Clerk to Local Pension Committee and to Western and Lochee Divisions 
Sub-Committees, W. H. Blyth Martin, City chambers ; Clerk to Eastern 
and Northern Divisions Sub-Committees, David Latto, City chambers ; 
Clerk to Broughty Ferry Sub-Committee, William Luke, 1 Shore terrace, 
and Municipal buildings, Broughty Ferry. 

Old Age Pension Office, Customhouse, Dock street. 

BLIND PERSONS' PENSIONS.— Subject to the two following exceptions 
the conditions for the grant of pensions to persons who are so blind as to be 
unable to perform any work for which eyesight is essential are the same as 
for old age pensions under the Old Age Pensions Acts, 1908 to 1924. 

The two exceptions are : — (1) A blind person must have reached the age of 
50, instead of 70, as in the case of old age pensions ; and (2) A blind person, 
if a natural-born British subject, must have resided in the United Kingdom 
for at least 12 years since the age of 30, instead of since the age of 50. 

WIDOWS', ORPHANS', AND OLD AGE CONTRIBUTORY PEN- 
SIONS.— Under the Widows', &c, Contributory Pensions Acts, 1925 and 
1929, pensions are payable without reference to means or nationality. 

The persons affected at present include : — 

1. A man or woman who attains age 65 and satisfies the requisite national 
insurance qualifications. 

2. A wife, on attaining age 65, whose husband is entitled to a pension 
under (1). 

3. A widow (a) whose husband died after 3rd January 1926 ; (b) whose 
husband died before 4th January 1926, and who has a child under age 16, 
and who satisfies the requisite insurance qualifications. 

4. A widow, who has attained age 55, whose husband died before 4th 
January 1926, and had at some time within 3 years of his death, or if he 
lived to the age of 70, within 3 years before he attained that age, a normal 
occupation for which national insurance contributions are now payable. 



Children's allowances and orphans' pensions are also payable. 

Further information may be received from the District Inspectoi 
lent of Health for Scotland, 29 Bank street, Dundee. 

Application forms for all pensions may be had at any Post Office. 



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SHOPS ACTS, 1912 to 1928— CLOSING ORDERS.— All shops carrying 
on trie retail trades or businesses aftei mentioned . in the City and Royal 
Burgh of Dundee shall be closed for serving customers throughout the year 
as under, viz. : — 

Butchers, 

Ironmongers and Hardware Merchants, 

Watch and Clock Makers and Dealers, 

Jewellers, Opticians, Hatters, Tailors, 
Clothiers, Outfitters, ... 

Boot and Shoe Retailers, 

China, Crystal, Stoneware, Fancy 
Goods, Toy, and Indiaru'ober Mer- 
chants, 

Grocers, Tea and Provision Merchants, 

Drapers, Hosiers. Glovers, Milliners, 

Children's Outfitters 8 8 1 8 8 9 

Pharmacists, Chemists, Druggists — 
except as regards the sale of medicines 
and medical and surgical appliances,... 8 8 18 8 9 

Barbers and Hairdressers, ... ... 8 8 1 8 8 8 

Fruiterers and Florists. — 

All shops within the area consisting of Perth road, Nethergate, Union 
street, Whitehall crescent, High street, Murraygate, King street, Princes 
street, Albert street, Dura street, and Victoria road in which the retail trade 
or business of a Fruiterer and Florist is carried on shall be closed for the 
Weekly Half-Holiday on Wednesday at 2 p.m. throughout the year. 

Where the occupier of any shop elects to close for the Weekly Half -Holiday 
on Saturday instead of Wednesday, the closing hour on Wednesday shall be 
such as corresponds with the closing hour of an ordinary week-night. Boot 
and Shoe Retailers ; Grocers, Tea and Provision Merchants ; Ironmongers 
and Hardware Merchants; and Barbers and Hairdressers, shall be 1 p.m.; 
and for Watch and Clock Makers and Dealers ; Jewellers and Opticians ; 
Hatters, Tailors, Clothiers and Outfitters ; China, Crj'stal, Stoneware, 
Fancy Goods, Toy, and Indiarubber Merchants; Drapers, Hosiers, Glovers, 
Milliners, and Children's Outfitters; Pharmacists, Chemists and Druggists, 
the closing hour on Saturday shall be 1.30 p.m. 

Fish Merchants. — 

All shops within (a) that central area bounded on the east by a straight 
line from the river Tay to the centre line of Commercial street, then by the 
centre lines of Commercial street, Murraygate, and Wellgate to the centre 
line of Bain square, continued by a straight line drawn at right angles, and 
in an easterly direction to its junction with the centre line of King street, 
thence by the centre lines of King street and King's road. On the north by 
the centre lines of Victoria road, Bell street, and West Bell street, and on 
the west by Court House square, Lindsay street, and South Lindsay street, 
and then along and including the north side of Nethergate to its junction 
with Long wynd, thence south by Sea wynd in a straight line to the river 
Tay ; and (b) the whole of Broughty Ferry, being the tenth and eleventh 
wards of the Burgh of Dundee, carrying on the retail trade or business of 
Fish Merchant shall be closed for the weekly half-holiday on Wednesday at 
1 p.m. throughout the year (or in the option of the shopkeeper — Saturday) ; 
and all shops carrying on the retail trade or business of Fish Merchant in all 
that part of the City and Royal Burgh of Dundee not included in the above 
areas shall be closed for the weekly half -holiday on Monday at 1 p.m. 
throughout the year (or in the option of the shopkeeper — Saturday). 

Tobacconists. — 

All shops within that central area bounded by a straight line from the 
river Tay up to and including the Dundee and Arbroath Joint Railway 
Company's East Station, thence by and including the north side of East 
Dock street, along Trades lane, and including east side of St Andrew's street, 
thence in a westerly direction by way of and including north side of Cowgate 



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57 



to its junction with Wellgate, and thence by a straight line in a northerly 
direction (including both sides of Wellgate) to the centre line of Victoria 
road, and thence westward and southward by the centre line of Victoria 
road, Bell street, West Bell street, Court House square, North Lindsay 
street, and South Lindsay street to its junction with Nethergate, thence 
westwards by way of and including north side of Nethergate and Perth road 
to Aiilie Place, and thence in a straight line southwards to the river Tay, 
carrying on the retail trade or business of Tobacconist shall be closed for 
the Weekly Half -Holiday on Wednesday at 1 p.m. throughout the year (or 
in the option of the shopkeeper — Saturday). 

Where any business other than the above-named is carried on in any shop 
to which the Order applies, such shop may be kept open after the closing 
hour for such particular business alone provided that (a) after the said 
closing hour there shall be exhibited on exterior and in interior of shop, 
notices in letters not less than 2 inches in size, — "Shops Act, 1912. This 

shop is closed for to-day, except for the sale by retail of " ; (b) so far 

as practicable, no goods ordinarily forbidden to be sold at such time shall be 
exhibited either inside or outside the shop. 

Customers may be served on any day after the closing hour with victuals, 
stores, or other necessaries for a ship on her arrival at or immediately before 
her departure from the port. 

There are excepted from the above specified evening-closing hours the 
following periods, viz., for Ironmongers and Hardware Merchants, Boot and 
Shoe Retailers, the week immediately preceding Dundee Annual Holidays, 
and for all other trades or businesses enumerated above, except Fruiterers 
and Florists, Fish Merchants, and Tobacconists — Thursday and Friday in the 
week immediately preceding the Dundee Annual Holiday Week, and the 
period from 18th to 31st December, and the day preceding a public holiday ; 
and as respects Barbers' and Hairdressers' Shops, the 1st and 2nd Januar}' 
in each year. 

All other trades or businesses not enumerated above, in terms of the Shops 
(Hours of Closing) Act, 1928, must close for the serving of customers at 8 p.m. 
on week nights, other than Saturdays, when the closing hour is 9 p.m. The 
weekly half-holiday to be in accordance with the requirements of the Shops 
Act, 1912, or any other Act or Order relating to the closing of shops. Robert 
Mitchell, Chief Shops Inspector, 17 West Bell street. 

LANDS VALUATION AND REGISTRATION OF VOTERS ACTS.— 
City Assessor, Surveyor of Rating, and Registration Officer, S. E. F. Reid, 
95 Commercial street. 



REGISTER OF VOTERS AT 


15th OCTOBER 1931 






















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5634 


5554 


4066 


10,429 


10,281 


7567 


99 


2 


3189 


3096 


2371 


4488 


4371 


3151 


7,677 


7,467 


5522 


48 


3 


4351 


4273 


3253 


5730 


5666 


4142 


10,081 


9,939 


7395 


46 


4 


4786 


4710 


3433 


6626 


6538 


4613 


11,412 


11,248 


8046 


72 


5 


6468 


6359 


4961 


8587 


8492 


6296 


15,055 


14.851 


11,257 


89 


6 


4865 


4791 


3490 


5877 


5793 


4137 


10,742 


10,584 


7627 


52 


7 


6090 


5984 


4617 


8010 


7956 


5798 


14.100 


13,940 


10,415 


72 


8 


5033 


4961 


3745 


6784 


6710 


4996 


11,817 


11,671 


8741 


76 


9 


4897 


4819 


3691 


7276 


7181 


5145 


12,173 


12,000 


8836 


61 


10 


1083 


1054 


856 


1865 


1824 


1287 


2,948 


2,878 


2143 


33 


11 


1834 


1789 


1435 


2673 


2624 


1958 


4,507 


4,413 


3393 


44 




47,391 


46,563 


35,353 


63,550 


62,709 


45,589 


110,941 


109,272 


80,942 


692 



( 58 ) 



JUDICIAL LISTS. 

REGISTRATION OF VOTERS INQUIRY.— This Inquiry or Court is 
held in the Registration Office, 95 Commercial street, at such times as are 
fixed by the Registration Officer, five clear days' notice being given to the 
various persons affected. 

HIGH COURT OF JUSTICIARY.— Courts for the trial of criminal cases 
in Angus, and disposal of certain appeals from the Sheriff Court, are held 
within the Court House, Dundee, at such times as may be necessary. 

SHERIFF COURT— DUNDEE DISTRICT.— Court Rooms, Sheriff-Clerk's 
Office, and Procurator-Fiscal's Office, in the Court buildings, "West Bell 
street. Small Debt Court held on Tuesdays, at 10.30 forenoon ; Summary 
Removing Court held on Tuesdays and Fridays at 10.30 a.m. ; and Ordinary 
Court on Wednesdays and Fridays, at 10.30, during the Session. Courts are 
held during the vacation, of which the dates are fixed before close of Session. 

George Morton, K.C., Sheriff - Principal ; R. C. Malcolm, M.A., 
LL.B., Advocate, Sheriff-Substitute ; Christopher J. Bisset, Sheriff- 
Clerk ; A. J. Findlay, A. G. Tait, Sheriff-Clerk Deputes; A. J. Findlay, 
Auditor of Court ; J. Rennie Archibald, Procurator-Fiscal ; John Binnie, 
Depute Procurator- Fiscal ; James Mitchell Gray, Henry A. Pattullo, J. C. 
Buist, James Allison, C. H. Marshall, Robert Hendry, J. B. Ballingall, 
W. H. Blyth Martin, Samuel S. Goudie, E. W. Neish, Hon. Sheriff- 
Substitutes ; John Cruickshank, Bar- Officer. 

The Sheriff-Clerk's Office is open from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. every lawful day, 
except Saturdays, when it is closed at 1 p.m. 

BURGH OR BAILIE COURT.— Held in the Burgh Court Room, City 
chambers, Crichton street, for summary removals only, every Thursday at 
9 a.m. The Bailies, Judges ; the Town Clerk, Assessor. Officers, George 
Mitchell, Alex. Forbes, Charles Rennie, Christopher Lyall, and Mrs 
Barbara R. Fenton. 

POLICE COURT— Held in Police Court Room, West Bell street, every 
lawful morning at 9.30. The Magistrates of the Burgh, Judges ; Archibald 
Bell, Procurator- Fiscal ; "William H. Blyth Martin, Assessor and Clerk of 
Court ; David Latto, Robert M'Gill, John A. Turnbull, Deputy Assessors ; 
James M. M '"Walter, Agent for Prisoners ; Constable R. Brown, Bar- 
Officer. Probation Officers — Michael Traynor, Miss Carr, Sister Margaret, 
Mrs Binnie, Adjutant Ethel Fox, and Joseph Fisher. 

A Court is held in Municipal Buildings, Broughty Ferry, at 8.30 a.m., 
when occasion arises. 

CHILDREN'S COURT, Foresters' Hall, 10 a.m., alternate Saturdays, or 
as occasion requires. Magistrate presiding at Police Court presides at this 
Court. 

GUILD COURT.- Lord Dean of Guild "W. Halley Brown, Judge. 
Charles Rennie, Officer. Joseph Wilkie, 27 Bank street, Assessor and 
Clerk of Court. 

QUARTER SESSIONS OF THE PEACE— For the County of the City 
of Dundee. — Statutory Meetings of the Justices in Quarter Sessions are 
held in the Court Room, City chambers, on first Tuesday of March, May, and 
August, and last Tuesday of October. Clerk, John L. Stevenson, 46 Reform st. 

COURT OF APPEAL FROM LICENSING COURT.— Meets on the 
first Tuesday of May and the second Tuesday of November in each year, in 
the Court Room, City chambers, at 11 a.m. Members of Court, the Lord 
Provost and Magistrates, and Sir Wm. Henderson, J. C. Buist, B. L. Nairn, 
D. M. Brown, Sir Alexander Spence, Thomas Russell, A. R. Mechan, J. S. 
Lumsden, Sir William High. Clerk, John L. Stevenson, 46 Reform street. 



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59 



FACULTY OF PROCURATORS AND SOLICITORS IN DUNDEE.— 

(Incorporated by Royal Charter in 1820). — John Thornton, Preses and Dean; 
Christopher J. Bisset, Vice-Preses and Vice-Dean ; J. Armstrong Barry, 21 
Reform street, Secretary and Treasurer, 

Members of Faculty. Those marked * are Notaries Public, and are competent to act 
as Commissioners for taking affidavits to be used in English and Irish Courts. 



*Adam, Alexander Y., 10 Whitehall 

street 
Agnew, Thomas, 5 Bank street 
Allan, Charles F., 84 Commercial st. 
*Allison, James, 8 South Tay street 
Anderson, C. Boyd, 7 Whitehall ores 
Barry, J. Armstrong, 21 Reform 

street 

*Bell, Archibald, 54 Commercial street 
*Bisset, Christopher J., Courthouse 

buildings 
*Blackadder, D., 32 Castle street 
Burden, D. M., 20 Whitehall street 
Calder, D. R., 27 Bank street 
Carlisle, A. W., 54 Commercial street 
Carlton, Hubert, 13a Ward road 
Carlton, Hugh J., 13a Ward road 
Carmichael, Daniel, 7 Ward road 
Clarke, D., 31 Reform street 
*Dickie, W. B., 11 Whitehall street 
*Dickie, W. B., jun., 11 Whitehall 

street 
*Donald, George R., 1 Bank street 
*Douglas, Thomas K., 13 Albert square 
Drever, W. S., 42 Barrack street 
*Duncan, Charles C, 41 Reform street 
Duncan, P. F., 41 Reform street 
*Fenton, James, 4 High street 
Fenton, N. M., 4 High street 
*Fergusson, J. M. , 20 Whitehall street 
Fergusson, Robert M., 20 Whitehall 

street 
Fettes, A. D. R., 31 Reform street 
Gilchrist, John G. , 9 Ward road 
Gowans, David, 45 Commercial street 
Graham, F. B., 61 Reform street 
*Graham, J. A., 2 Union street 
*Gray, James M., 1 Albert square 
Husband, James, 15 Cowgate 
Husband, J. W., 15 Cowgate 
*Husband, Peter F., 15 Cowgate 
* Johnston, Peter R., 46 Reform street 
Johnston, P. W., 34 Reform street 
Kinnear, George A. , 3 King's road 
*Kyd, James A., 1 Albert square 
Laverock, John Wilson, 16 Bank street 
Laverock, Thomas, 16 Bank street 
Lawson, J. Grafton, 7 Ward road 
Macdougall, W. D., 64 Reform street 
Mackenzie, J. D., 5 Bank street 
M'Gill, William, London 
*M 'Grady, C. A., 18 Commercial street 
M'Intyre, Daniel, 1 Albert square 
M'Kenna, George A., 45 Commercial 

street 



M'Kerchar, James Laurie, 1 Bank st. 
M 'Walter, James M., 148 Nethergate 
Marshall, C. H., 97 Seagate 
Martin, W. H. Blyth, City chambers 
Matthewson, Roualeyn W. , 1 Bank 

street 
*Melville, Lawrence, 61 Reform street 
Mitchell, W. L., 11 Whitehall street 
*Moncur, W. L., 9 Ward road 
Moon, Frederick W., 15 Albert square 
*Morrison, F. H., 10 Whitehall street 
Ore, John M., 6 Panmure street 
*Patterson, David, 1 Albert square 
*Pattullo, Henry A., 1 Bank street 
Pearson, John, 7 Ward road 
*Petrie, A. B., 84 Commercial street 
Riddell, John, 41 Reform street 
Robbie, Edward, 4 High street 
Robertson, Norman D., 9 Ward road 
Robertson, R. Lindsay, 1 Albert 

square 
Ross, John. 61 Reform street 
Scarlett, W. C, Crawford lodge 
*Scott, C. M., 20 Whitehall street 
*Scrimgeour, James, 54 Seagate 
Scrimgeour, J. M., 54 Seagate 
Simpson, E. R., 12 Bank street 
*Simpson, James, 12 Bank street 
Simpson, J. Gordon, 87 Commercial 

street 
Skinner, Charles, 4 High street 
Slidders, Alfred A., 10 Whitehall 

Small, W. F., 5 Bank street 
*Smith, Alfred, 6 Panmure street 
Smith, H. Craigie, 10 Rankine's court 
Smith, R. H., 293 Brook street, Bro. 

Ferry 
Soutar, Charles, 7 Ward road 
*Soutar, John M. , 31 Reform street 
Steven, Robert, 62 Seagate 
Steven, R. R., 62 Seagate 
Stevenson, John L., 46 Reform street 
Strachan, John R., 29 Union street 
Third, J. B., 32 Bank street 

Thomson, John, 87 Commercial street 
Thornton, George, 15 Albert square 
"Thornton, John, 15 Albert square 

Tweedie, David J., 51 Murray gate 
Tweedie, Alexander, 51 Murraygate 

Urquhart, Douglas D., 148 Nether- 
gate 
Weatherhead, L. B., 10 Whitehall st. 
*Wilkie, Joseph, 27 Bank street 
Young, D, O., Carnoustie 



(For Complete List of Solicitors and Notaries, see Trades and Professions Section. 



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JUDICIAL LISTS. 



JUSTICE OF PEACE SMALL DEBT COURT— Fok the County of 
the City of Dundee.— The Acting Justices of the Peace for the County of 
the City, Judges. Office, 46 Reform street — Clerk of the Peace, John L. 
Stevenson ; Depute-Clerk, Peter R. Johnston. The Court is held in the 
Court Room, City chambers (off Crichton street), each alternate Monday, at 
11 o'clock forenoon. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE SMALL DEBT COURT— For the Dundee 
District of the County of Angus. — The Acting Justices of the Peace for 
Dundee District, Judges. F. H. Morrison, 10 Whitehall street, Depute-Clerk 
of the Peace and Assessor. A. Burns Petrie, 84 Commercial street, Fiscal. 

The Court is held in the Court Room, City chambers, on Monday forenoon 
at 10.45 when required. The Dundee District comprehends the Parishes of 
Dundee, Mains and Strathmartine, Liff and Benvie, Monikie, Monifieth, 
Murroes, Lundie, Auchterhouse, Tealing, Kettins, Newtyle, and Fowlis Easter. 

the County of the City of Dundee. 

Ohisholm, Duncan, 10 Panmure street 
Christie. Douglas M., 8 Dalkeith road 
Clarke, William, 8 Lime street 
Constable, Miss Mar3', 2 Westpark gardens 
Cowper, Ralph 0., 13 Fort street 
Cox, J. Ernest, Meadow Place buildings 
Cree, Nathan, 30 Springfield 
Crooks, W. M., 70 Seagate 
Crystal, John, 9 Grove road, West Ferry 
Cumming, J. L., 59 Magdalen Yard road 
Darge, John, Caird Hall buildings 
Dickie, David, 23 Commercial street 
Donald, George B., 389 Perth road 
Draffen, John J., 281 Perth road 
Duncan, David, 2 Union street 
Duncan, David, 37 Gray street, Aberdeen 
Duncan, George B., 10 North Grove road, 

West Ferry 
Duncanson, Miss B. H., Maybank, Dal- 

housit» street, Carnoustie 
Dunn, William, Kin brae, West Newport 
Elder, William A. B. , 9ft Pitkerro road 
Elgood, William A., Station road, East 

Newport 
Ferguson, A. J., 100 Princes street 
Fletcher, Patrick J., 7 North Lindsay st. 
Forwell, Win., Dalhousie road, B. Ferry 
Frain, William, 6 Oakwood terrace 
Eraser, Jas. G. , 5 Kirkton rd. , Downfield 
Fullerton. Edward, 40 Albany rd., W.F. 
Fraser, Simon G., 131 Strathmartine rd. 
Gibb, John P., Adderley, Monifieth 
Gibson, Dr Henry J. C. , t Dudhope ter. 
Gillespie, Peter, 54 Alpin road 
Glass, George G., 10 Airlie terrace 
Goodfellow, Andrew, 204 Hawkhill 
Gordon, John, 7 Stirling avenue 
Gosling, Herbert, Edinburgh 
Grant, James, Kingennie house 
Grant, Quintin P.. , Royal Bank, 3 High st. 
Gray, James D., 268 Strathmore avenue 
Greig, Geortre A., 2 Beres ter., B. Ferry 
Hannisran, Michael T., 82 Bell street 
Harvey, William, 71 Blackness avenue 
Henderson, Daniel, 152 City road 
Henderson, Da\id G.. 3 West Bell street 
Henderson, John G., 24 Windsor street 
Henderson, John R., 11 Dudhope terrace 
Henderson, J. Lindsay, S Victoria road 
Henderson, Sir William, West Park 
Hennessy, James, 78 Seafield road 
Herd, Thomas, 75 Dundee road, B.F. 
High, Sir William, 13 Windsor street 
Hood, J. S., Hill crescent, Wormit 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— For 
Abernethy, Mrs, Old Craigie road 
Adams, George, 259 Blackness road 
Aiken, William, 1 Shore terrace 
Aimer, Alexander, 23 Dudhope street 
Allan, David, 42 Cobden street, Lochee 
Allan, Robert, 9 West Bell street 
Ames, William M., 8 Glamis drive 
Anderson, Alexander, 13 Windsor street 
Anderson, Alex. B. , 37 Nethergate 
Anderson, C. Boyd, 7 Whitehall crescent 
Anderson, David A., Ashton Works 
Anderson, Peter, 32 Dudhope Crescent rd. 
Anderson, W. G., 473 Brook street, B.F. 
Archer, J. B. , 54 Church street, B. Ferry 
Balfour, Georse, M.P., Chiselhurst, Kent 
Ballingall, William, 9 Dudhope terrace 
Barclay, Andrew, 134 Princes street 
Barclay, George L. , 6 Martin street 
Barclay, Grant, 37 Camperdown st. , B.F. 
Barnes, Mrs Mary, 237 Strathmartine rd. 
Barrie, Sir Charles C., 49 Meadowside 
Barrie, Joseph J., 2 Glamis road 
Barry, Arthur E. 444 Blackness road 
Baxter, George, Carmyllie 
Baxter, Lady, Invereighty, Forfar 
Beattie, Sir James, 60 Victoria road 
Bedson. George D. , City chambers 
Bell, Robert, 2 Norwood crescent 
Bell, T. N. J., Belmont Works 
Bell, Miss Elizabeth T., 58 Ashbank road 
Bisset, C. J. , Courthouse, 6 W. Bell st. 
Bisset, D. S., 9 Meadow place 
Bisset, John N., 12 E. Somerville place 
Black, Dr T. Freeman, Ia Stirling street 
Blackwood, Robert, 21 North Tay street 
Boase, W. N., Rockwell Works 
Bonar, George, 63 King street 
Boyd, William, Claremont, West Ferry 
Brown. David M., 80 High street 
Brown, James S., 240 Brook St., B. Ferry 
Brown, John, 26 Bank avenue, Downfield 
Brown, Peter S. , 49 Meadowside 
Brown, W. H., 14 Douglas terrace, W.F. 
Brydie, David, 107 High street, Lochee 
Buist, Andrew, 484 Perth road 
Buist, Dr Henry, 21 Thomson street 
Buist, J. C, Ward Mills 
Buist, Dr Hobert C. , 16 Airlie place 
Buist, W. H., 15 Albany terrace 
Burgess, Dr William L., 45S Perth road 
Burke, Wm. M., England 
Caird, Alex., jun., 7 Lynnewood place 
Cappon, T. Martin, 6 Norwood crescent 
Carnegie, George, 167 Victoria road 



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Hood, William, 48 Union street 
Hunt, Frank, 8b Victoria road 
Ingiis, James, 47 Glenesk avenue 
Ingiis, W. B., Barony hall, Alyth 
Irvine, Sir James C, St Andrews 
Jackson, P. T., 1 Muirfleld St., Downfield 
Johnston, Geo. A., 6 Adelaide terrace 
Johnston, Thomas, Kirkintilloch 
Johnston, Mrs Isabella VV. , 6 Adelaide ter. 
Keith, James, Tibbermore 
Kennedy, Francis H., 10 Panmure street 
Kerr, James S., 5 Coupar's alley 
Kidd, AndrewG., 64 Dalkeith road 
Kidd, J. Mollison, 1 Roj'al Exchange place 
King 1 , James, 4 Lynnewood place 
Kinmond, John G., 6 Duntrune ter., W.F. 
Kinnear, Mrs Agnes, 11 Perth road 
Kynoch, Miss Minnie, 8 Airlie place 
Lamb, George S., 3 Royal Exchange place 
Lamb, Wm. C, 4 Burn street, Downfield 
Larg, Robert J., 63 Clepington road 
Latto, David, City chambers 
Law, John A., 37 Hyndford street 
Leighton, Alexander, Moryan Academy 
Leng, William C., Waterstone house, W. 

Newport 
Leslie, A. A., 93 Blackness avenue 
Lesslie, Findlay, 200 Ferry road 
Lindsay, J. R. , Carolina Port vVorks 
Little, Alfred C, 2S High street 
Lockhart, James, Elmwood, South road, 

Lochee 
Loggie, Robert, 32 Westfield road, W. Ferry 
Longair, J. P., 30 Sharp's lane, Lochee 
Longair, William, 299 Perth road 
Low, John C, 63 King street 
Low, William, 22 Blackness road 
Lumsden, John S., 1 Somerville place 
MacBain, Alexander B., 4 Whitehall st. 
M'Cabe, Peter, 11 Laurelbank 
Macdonald, D. J., Hill road, Bro'ty Ferr}' 
Macdonald, Neil, 11 Rockfield crescent 
M'Farlane, William, 1 Dalarleish road 
M'Gill, Wm., 66 Queen st., London, E.C.4 
MacGillivray, Dr A. , 23 South Tay street 
M'Gregor, John, 8 Wortley place 
M'Intosh, William, 92 Arbroath road 
Mackay, George, 4 Balmyle road, West 

Ferry 
M'Kee, Thomas, 108 Church st., Broughty 

Ferry 
M'Kinnon, Daniel J., 121a Hawkhill 
M'Laughlin, Bernard, 73 Hilltown 
Maclennan, John, 8 Panmure terrace 
M'Master, George S., 290 Strathmore ave. 
Macpherson, Thos. , 302 Strathmartine rd. 
Main, Henry, 9 Dalgleish road 
Malcolm, Adam. 35 Commercial street 
Malloch. John, 5 Oakwnod terrace 
Malloy, J. J., 17 Hillcrest road 
Malone, Thomas, 33 Mid street 
Marra, Nicholas, 8 0vergate 
Marshall, Charles H., 97 Seagate 
Martin, J. H., 7 Panmure terrace 
Martin, J. M., 7 Panmure terrace 
Martin, Robert, 8 Nicoll street 
Martin, W. H. Blyth, City chambers 
Mechan, A. R. , 17 South Tay street 
Mechan, Miss M. H., 32 South Tay street 
Mill. James, 1 Bell street 
Miller, Thomas L., 112 Hilltown 
Mitchell, David, 16 Ancrum road, Lochee 
Mitchell, John, 37 Union street 
Mitchell, Mrs, 20 Albany terrace 



Mudie, David, 49 Clepington road 
Mudie, John 

Muir, John B., 158 Nethergate 
Murdoch, James A., 64 Reform street 
Nairn, B. L. , 33 Commercial street 
Newstead, James, 35 Strathmartine road 
Nicoll. James, 132 Long lane, Bro. Ferry 
Nicoll, P. S., 65 Trades lane 
Nicoll, William, 48 St Andrew's street 
Nicoll, W. S. , 305 Clepington road 
Noble, Robert M., 74 Commercial street 
Ogilvie, John, 17 Maryfield terrace 
Ogilvy, Sir H. K., Bart, 5 Hank street 
Parker, William, 8 Reres road, Bro. Ferry 
Parsons, T. G., St Ola, Norrie street, B. 

Ferry 
Paterson, Robert, 3S Baldovan terrace 
Patterson, David T. , 21 Adelaide place 
Pattullo, N. A., Abertay, Broughty Ferry 
Pearson, John, 7 Ward road 
Peebles, David, 34 Whitehall crescent 
Peebles, J. A., 34 Whitehall crescent 
Phillips, C. G. L. , 310 Strathmartine road 
Fhin, John, 6 Union terrace 
Powrie, Archibald, 35 Kenilworth avenue 
Prain, James, Larchfield Works 
Price, Professor, 21 Windsor street 
Prosser, John, 19 York place, Edinburgh 
Rae, Stephen M. , 29 Commercial street 
Ramsay, James, 48 St Andrew's street 
Reid, John, 27 Lintrathen gardens 
Reid, Peter P., 2 Rosemount terrace 
Reid, William, 96 High street 
Rettie, James, 1 Farington street 
Ritchie, George B., 66 Bell street 
Robb, James B. , Whinhurst. Wormit 
Robertson, David L., 94 Victoria road 
Robertson, F. J., 4 High street 
Robertson, John, 66 Gardner sireet 
Robertson, John, 27 Victoria road 
Robertson, Robert, Largo villa, Wood- 

muirpark, W. Newport 
Robertson, Thomas W., 96 Commercial st. 
Rogers, Dr J. S. Y., 7 Wellington street 
Rosemond, John, 1 Marshall St., Lochee 
Ross, James, 27 Commercial street 
Russell, Thomas, 91 Clepington road 
Sandeman, F. D. Stewart, The Laws, 

Kingemiie 
Scarlett, William C. 470 Perth road 
Scotland, Miss E., 23 Blackness avenue 
Scott, James M.. 8 Roxburgh terrace 
Scott, John, 24 Albany terrace 
Scott, William, Dura Works 
Scott, William R., 11 Clepington road 
Scott, W. Moir, 430 Blackness road 
Scrymgeour, Edwin, 92 Victoria road 
Scrymgeour, George, Cadzow, Kirk road, 

West Newport 
Sharp, Fred. B., Miln Street Mill 
Sim, Peter, 427 King street, Bro'ty Ferry 
Smith, Robert R., 23 Farington street 
Smith, Thomas, Edinburgh 
Smith, T. H., Aystree, Broughty Ferry 
Spence, Sir Alexander, 10 Albany terrace 
Spence, John, 1 Drummond street 
Stalker, Prof., 2 Hawkhill place 
Steggall, Prof., University College 
Steven, Robert, 62 Seagate 
Stevenson, Alfred, Ancrum Carpet Works 
Stevenson, Mrs Winifred, London 
Stewart, Athole F., Pitalpin Works, 

Lochee 
Stewart, Charles, 2 Union street 



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Stewart, George B., 21 Strathmartine rd. 
Stewart, John M., 44 Strathern rd., West 

Ferry 
Stewart, Thomas, 57 Elm street 
Stewart, William, Banker, Blairgowrie 
Sturrock, J. L., Woodmuir terrace, West 

Newport 
Sturrock, Robert F., 9 Albany terrace 
Taylor, John B., Meigle 
Taylor, William N. , 59 Yeaman shore 
Templeton, H. T., 16 King street 
Thompson, Prof. D'Arcy. St Andrews 
Thompson, J. Hannay, Harbour chambers 
Thomson, A., Seafield Works 
Thomson, D. C, 2 Albert square 
Thomson, Jatnes, Elmbank, W. Newport 
Thomson, J. H., 18 Coupar Angus road, 

Lochee 
Thomson, Mrs, 2 Ellieslea road, Broughty 

Ferry 
Thomson, Robert C, 64 Reform street 
Thomson, W. Harold, 2 Albert square 
Traynor, W. J., 6 Peddie street 
Turnbull, John A., City chambers 



Tyrie, Colonel, 474 Perth road 
Urquhart, Alex. , 3 Windsor place 
Walker, H. G., Caldrum Works 
Walker, Thomas H. H., Caldrum Works 
Walker, Mrs Harry, 516 Perth road 
Watson, George T., 7 Bank street 
Watson, Robert, 2 Kingsway, Maryfield 
Watson, Thomas W., 158 Nethergate 
Watson, William, Forebank Dye Works 
Watt, James, 6 Rosewood terrace 
Webster, Alexander S. , 58 Forfar road 
Webster, Professor Blyth, St Andrews 
Westwood, William, 27 Princes square, 

Glasgow 
Whitton, John B., 53 Seafield road, Bro'ty 

Ferry 
Wilson, Garnet D , 2 Murraygate 
Wilson, George, 20 Glenprosen terrace 
Young-, Dr Charles S. , 9 Springfield 
Young, James, 5 Springfield 
Young, James A., 37 Melrose road, Wands- 
worth, London, S.W.18 
Yule, Charles, 6 Grove road, Broughty 
Ferry 



Clerk of the Peace — John L. Stevenson, 46 Reform street. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Connected with the Dundee District 
of the County of Angus. — 



Bairnsfather, Captain H. W., Beeehwood, 

Coupar Angus 
Batchelor, F. M., Kellyfield 
Bisset, C. J., Courthouse, 6 West Bell st. 
Boyd, Charles, Coupar-Angus 
Buist, J. C, Ward Mills 
Cameron, Rev. John K., Auchterhouse 
Carnegie, George, 167 Victoria road 
Cochrane, William, Kirkton, Auchter- 
house 
Cox, Arthur J., Meadow Place buildings 
Cox, Geoffrey William, The Guynd, near 

Arbroath 
Dalgetty, Dr A. B., Lossiehall, Liff 
Fenton, James, 4 High street 
Gallowav, Robert B., Wellbank 
Geekie, Robert, 31 Frederick street, Down- 
field 
High. Sir William, 13 Windsor street 
Hunter, Adam, 22 Meadowside 
Johnston, David, 91 Dundee road, W.F. 
Langlands, J. H., 31 Murraygate 
Longair. William, 299 Perth road 
Low, William, Balmakewan, Kincardine- 
shire 
Lyon, William, Nether Drumheads, Kilry, 
Alyth 



Mackay, Alexander, 22 Meadowside 
Martin, W. H. Blyth, City chambers 
Menzies, W. D. Graham, of Hallyburton, 

Coupar-Angus 
Millar, Alexander, Newtyle 
Millar, William, Foxhall, Coupar-Angus 
Moray, Earl of, Kinfauns castle, Perth- 
shire 
Nicoll, D. S., 2 India buildings 
Ogilvy, Sir H. K., Bart., 5 Bank street 
Pattullo, H. A., 1 Bank street 
Pratt, John R., Birkhill 
Rattray, J. M., Hillcrest, Monifieth 
Rogers, J. Y., Rosemill 
Smith, William, Lundie castle, Lundie 
Spence, Sir Alexander, 10 Albany terrace 
Steven, Robert, 62 Seagate 
Stirton, James, Todhills, Tealing 
Swan, David, North Grange, Monifieth 
Thomson, D. C, 2 Albert square 
Watson, William, Downieken, Monikie 
White, D. W., 1 Bell street 
Whitton, Patrick W., Henderston, New- 
tyle 
Wilson, John W. A. , Pitairlie, Monikie 
Yule, John, Braehead cottage, Lift 



Clerk of the Peace of Angus— T. C. Lowson, 34 Castle street, 
Forfar. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE (Carse Portion of the Perth 
District of the County of Perth). — Alfred W. Cox of Glendoick; 
General Maitland of Errol Park, Errol ; Major Simpson, Glencarse 
house, Glencarse ; William B. Dickie, Wnitehills, Inchture ; Alexander 
Graham, Hill, Errol ; William Niven, Loan of Errol, Errol ; C. J. 
G. Paterson of Castle Huntly ; John Prain, Inglewood, Invergowrie ; 
George Mitchell, Knapp, Longf organ ; Duncan M'Ewen, Over Kinfauns; 
Alfred Tosh, Lochton, Inchture; William Tait, Cuba terrace, Errol; 
Lord Kinnaird, Rossie priory, Inchture; Lady Kinnaird, Rossie priory, 



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Inchture ; William G. Walker, Millhill, Inchture. Clerk of the Peace 
for Perthshire, Alexander Stewart, 31 George street, Perth. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE OFFICEES.— M'Keran & Forbes, 24 Bank street ; 
Alexander Forbes and George Mitchell, 24 Bank street ; Charles Rennie, 80 
Nethergate ; Barbara M. R. Fenton, 80 Nethergate. 

SHERIFF OFFICERS.— James Bisset, 80 Nethergate ; M'Keran & Forbes, 
24 Bank street; Alex. Forbes and G. Mitchell, 24 Bank street; C. Rennie, 
80 Nethergate ; C. Lyall, 46 Castle street. 

SHERIFF OFFICERS FOR THE COUNTY OF PERTH, Resident in 
Dundee. — M'Keran & Forbes, 24 Bank street ; Alexander Forbes and George 
Mitchell, 24 Bank street ; Charles Rennie, 80 Nethergate. 

SHERIFF OFFICERS FOR THE COUNTY OF FIFE, Resident in 
Dundee. — M'Keran & Forbes, 24 Bank street ; Alexander Forbes, 24 Bank 
street ; George Mitchell, 24 Bank street ; Charles Rennie, 80 Nethergate. 

SHERIFF OFFICER FOR THE COUNTY OF KINCARDINE, 
Resident in Dundee. — Alexander Forbes, 24 Bank street. 

MESSENGERS-AT-ARMS.— M'Keran & Forbes, 24 Bank street. 

CUSTOMS AND EXCISE, Custom house, Dock street.— Collector, J. D. 
Johnston ; Assistant Collector, C. L. Hopps ; Chief Clerk, A. W. Joyce ; Higher 
Clerical Officer, B. W. Cannon ; Officer, H. G. Wem ; Clerical Officers, G. A. 
Jeffrey, C. Renwick, W. A. Runciman, E. Crapper, R. B. Adamson, P. C. 
Adam, J. Gardner, J. A. M'Murtrie, H. S. Binnie, W. S. Wood, W. C. Minns. 

Survevor (Customs), R. E. Barbour; Officers (Customs), J. Begbie, J. H. 
Fargie, L. Johnston, R. R. Smith, G. Watt, J. L. Whyte, J. A. Rioch, 
K. Mackie, F. Batchelor. 

Chief Preventive Officer, B. A. Groat ; Preventive Officers, G. N. Taylor, 
D. C. Gair ; Assistant Preventive Officers, G. J. Adam, J. G. Bodman, 
G. P. Donaldson, J. M'Cormack, J. H. Hamilton. 

Women Pension Officers, Miss R. E. Harrison, Miss M. Kidney. House- 
keeper Messenger, J. MacLean. 

Surveyor (Excise), "Vacant ; Officers (Excise), W. F. Lane, W. B. Murdoch, 
A. Swayne. Office, 5 Cowgate. 

H.M. INSPECTORS OF TAXES.— Dundee 1st District, 5 City square— 
L. V. Whitley. Dundee 2nd District, 5 City square — N. G. Macinnes. 
Dundee 3rd District, 5 City square — F. G. H. Smith. Dundee 4th District, 
5 City square — J. Fitzgerald. 

Clerk to Income Tax Commissioners — George Blair, 32 Bank street. 

Assessor of Income Tax — George Myles, 32 Bank Street. 

INLAND REVENUE.— Collector of Taxes, D. M. Campbell, 31 Bank 

street. 

H.M. INSPECTORS OF FACTORIES— District Office, 29 Bank street 
(comprising Counties of Angus, Perth). — H.M. Inspector in charge (to 
whom all communications should be addressed), David F. Young, 29 Bank 
street ; Staff, Miss M. E. Fletcher and J. K. Mitchell ; Dr A. Sydney 
Campbell, 297 Perth road, H.M. Certifying Factory Surgeon. 



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BANKING AND INSURANCE LISTS, 



BANKING COMPANIES AND AGENTS.— 



Bank of Scotland, 34 Reform street, 
(See Adv.) 
,, 1 Victoria street, 

Bank of Scotland Dundee Nominees, Ltd. ; 

Registered Office, 34 Reform street, 
British Linen Bank, 35 Murraygate, - 
,, 40 Nethergate, - 

, , 39 "Westport, 

Clydesdale Bank, Ltd., High street, 

(See Adv.) 
Commercial Bank of Scotland, Ltd 
85 Commercial street, - 
,, 310 Perth road, - 

,, 165 Albert street, - 

175 Brook street, B.F., - 
National Bank of Scotland Ltd. 
71 Reform street, 
115 Hilltown, 
,, 16 Cowgate, 

North of Scotland Bank, Ltd., 
24 High street, - 
,, 3 Meadowside, 

,, 93 High street, Lochee, 

„ 89 Gray st., Bro. Ferry, 

Royal Bank of Scot., 3 High s c. (See Adv. ) 
,, Branch 53 Murraygate, 



John Nicoll 

W. W. Campbell, Sub-Agent 

Arthur J. Clarke 

R. K. Louden, Secretary 

John M. Kellas 

John Scott 

J. E. D. Jewell 

William Reid 



- John S. Brown 

- H. M. Fowlie 

- A. S. G. Thomson 

- Andrew King 
(See Adv.) 

- J. Gilbert Fleming 

- George R. Little 

- J. G. Lindsay 

- James D. Davidson 
George Howison 
James Nicoll 
John G. M. Ferguson 
Quintin B. Grant 
John W. G. Martin 
John Mackintosh, Sub Agent 
T. R. D. Prentice 
Frank G. D. Scott 
Arthur J. Young 



22 King street, 
36 Westport, 
260 Perth road, 

9 Strathmartine rd. , John Stiven 
138 Albert street, - James Sinclair 
122 High st. , Lochee, James C. M "Lean 
288 Brook st., B.F., George Elder 
532 Strathmartine 

road, Down field John Stiven 
Union Bank of Scotland, Ltd., 

2 Panmure street, James Dickie 

,, „ Branch 113 Nethergate, James O. Ramsay 

Dundee Savings Bank. — Head Office, 2 Euclid street. Hours — 

Monday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. ; other days 10 a.m. to 
3 p.m.; Monday and Friday evenings, 6 to 8. Branch Offices — 1 Stirling 
street, 146 Princes street, 181 Hawkhill ; 55 High street, Lochee ; and 84 
Fort street, Broughty Ferry — all open at 10 a.m. (same hours as head office, 
with exception of Monday morning at 9). Actuary, A. Lewis Ross. (See Adv. ) 

Post Office Savings Bank. — See Postal Directory. 



FIRE AND LIFE, &c, INSURANCE COMPANIES' AGENTS. 



Abstainers and General 
Hector Shepherd, 11 Ward rd. , Dist. Mgr. 

Alliance Assurance Co., Ld. 

Joseph J. Barrie & Co., 10 Pamnure St. 

Shiell & Small, 5 Bank street 
Atlas Assurance Co., Ltd. (Fire, Life, 
and Accident) 

F. 6. Dewar, 6 Panmure St., Dist. Secy. 
Automotor Finance, Ltd. 

6 Whitehall crescent 



Britannic Assurance Co., Ld. 

6 Panmure st. ; A. Maitland, District 
Manager ; 31 Wellgate (Telephone No. 
5636) ; Jas. Scott, District Manager 

British Engine, Boiler, and Electrical 
Branch Office, 31 Albert square ; A. 
Colquhoun, Resident Secretary 

British General 
J. Seth Rumgay, 3 Seagate, Resident 
Secretary 



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British and Irish Plate Glass 

(See Adv.) 
D. & J. Thomson, 8 Bank at., Dist. Agts. 
A. G. Scott, jO Victoria chambers 
James Miller & Son, 9 Ward road 
Guthrie & Maxwell, Anstruther 
British Law (Fire, Accident, &c). 
(See Adv.) 
J. A. & T. Graham, 2 Union street 
J. & J. Ogilvie, 13 Albert square 
Neill & Gibb, Arbroath 
Caledonian (Fire, Life, Accident, 
Burglary, Marine) 
Office, 35 Albert sq. ; A. W. Kennedy, Sec. 
Canada Life 
Branch Office, 30 Meadowside. Local 
Directors — Marquess of Aberdeen and 
Temair, A. D. Cheyne of Leithfield. 
Branch Manager. William Renison 
Car Corporation of Great Britain, Ltd. 

12 Victoria chambers 
Car and General 
R. Watson Kerr, 45 Commercial street, 
Resident Secretary 
Century 
Branch Office, 83 Commercial street ; 
George Knowles, Local Manager 
City of Glasgow Friendly Society 

Fred Smith, 21 Reform st., Dist. Mangr. 
Clepieal, Medical, & General 
Life Assurance Society 
33 Commercial st. (Teleph. No 4252) 
Colonial Mutual Life 

P. M'Naughton, 11 Barrack St., Agent 
Colonial Mutual Life Assurance 
Society, Ltd., of Australia 
67 Murraygate ; J. Hutchison, Dist. Mgr. 
Commercial Union (Fire, Life, 
Accident, Marine). (See Adv.) 
Branch Office, 12 Victoria chambers. 
Local Board of Directors — George 
Webster, R. Lindsay Robertson, P. P. 
Husband, Wm. Nairn, A. A. Davidson. 
Local Manager, R. F. Johnston 
Co-operative Insurance Society, Ltd. 
Wilfrid E. Taylor, 7 Kingst., Dist. Mngr. 
Drapers' and General Insur. Co., Ltd. 
4 India buildings ; A. S. Ingles, Resi- 
dent Secretary 
Dundee Burial Collecting 1 
Society. (See Adv.) 
Office, 2 Bain square. Trustees — Sir 
Alexander Spence, Neil Macdonald, 
William M. Crooks. President, John 
Leese ; Vice-President, D. H. M 'Intosh ; 
Secretary and Treasurer, R. Fulton, 
48 Albert street 
Dundee and District Mutual 
Glass. (See Adv.) 
Chas. M. Murdoch, 21 Dock st. , Manager 
W. B. Dickie & Sons, 11 Whitehall street 
J. & J. Scrimgeour, 54 Seagate 
J. & J. Hunter, 1 Albert square 
J. A. & T. Graham, 2 Union street 
Robertson & Taylor, 4 High street 
W. A. Martin & Scott, 21 Reform street 
A. & R. Lickley, 2a King street 
Alex. Neish & Sons, 31 Reform street 
A. B. MacBain, 14 Cowgate 
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J. & E. Shepherd, 31 Panmure street 
Edward Cowan & Co., 4 High street 
A. Burns Petrie & Allan, 84 Commercial 

street 
J. Grafton Lawson & Co. , 7 Ward road 
D. N. Robertson, 5 Baxter Park terrace 
Smith & Moncur, 9 Ward road 
J. G. Sibbald & Son, 25 Commercial st. 
Reid, Johnston, & Co., 34 Reform street 
Don & Stewart, 2 Union street 
W. A. Mitchell & Son, 21 Reform street 
Joseph Wilkie & Co., 27 Bank street 
Clarke & Fettes, 31 Reform street 
M'Kenzie & Campbell, 11 Barrack st. 
A. R. Stenhouse & Partners, 21 Albert sq. 
Brodie & Buchan, 3 King's road 
Joseph Farqubar, 2 Forester street 
G. Burnett, 155 Victoria road 
J. Cram & Sons, 38 Whitehall street 
Hendry & Fenton, 4 High street 
R. D. L. Keith, 14 Barrack street 
T. & J. W. Laverock, L6 Bank street 
J. C. M'Lean, Royal Bank, Lochee 
J. & J. Ogilvie, 13 Albert square 
R. C. Thomson & Murdoch, 64 Reform st. 
Urquhart & M'Walter, 148 Nethergate 
Shield & Kyd, 1 Albert square 
Fergusson & Stephen, 20 Whitehall st. 
J. R. Strachan, 29 Union street 
Eagle, Star, and British 
Dominions 
Branch Office, 13 Panmure st. ; Arthur W. 
Smith, Branch Manager. Local Board 
of Directors, George Bonar, P. S. 
Brown, Alex. Mackay, W. Moir Scott 
Edinburgh Assurance Co., 
Ltd. 
Branch Office, 12 Victoria chambers 
R. F. Johnston, Local Manager 
Employers' Liability Assur- 
ance Corporation, Ltd. 
(See Adv.) 
C. B. M. Abbott, 33 Commercial street, 
District Manager 
Federated Employers' Insurance As- 
sociation, Ltd. 
4 India buildings (Telephone No. 5539) ; 
D. M. Bui9t, Resident Inspector 
Fine Art and General (Fire, 
Accident, all Risks, Marine) 
Branch Office, 21 Albert square; W. M. 
Henderson, District Secretary 
Friends Provident and Cen- 
• tury Life 
Branch Office, 83 Commercial street ; 
George Knowles, Local Manager 
General Accident Fire and 
Life Assurance Corp., Ltd. 
Branch Office, General buildings, Reform 
St. ; Alex. Mitchell, Branch Mgr. Local 
Board of Directors, D. J. Macdonald 
(Chairman), Wm. Bruce, Sir Walter 
John Morrison-Low, Bt., Jas. Simpson 
General Life Assurance Co. 
Alexander Mitchell, General buildings, 
Reform street, Branch Manager 
Gresham (Life) 

4 India buildings 
Gresham (Fire and Accident) 
Charles Williamson, 4 India buildings, 
Branch Manager 



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Guardian (All the Principal Classes 
of Business transacted). (See Adv.) 
Branch Office, 1 Charlotte square, Edin- 
burgh ; D. L. Gibson, Branch 
Manager. Dundee Sub-Branch, 4 
Panmure street (Telephone No. 3978) ; 
D. Gibb Irons, Local Secretary 
Guildhall 

96 and 98 Commercial street; T. W. 
Robertson, District Manager 
Hearts of Oak 
Samuel Devine, 1 Commercial street, 
District Agent 
Law Union and Rock Insurance Co., 
Ltd. (Fire, Life, Accident, Sick- 
ness, Employers' Liability, 
Burglary, Fidelity Guarantee, 
Plate Glass, Motor Car, Property 
Owners, Fublic Liability, Loss of 
Profits bv Fire) 
W. B. Dickie & Sons, 11 "Whitehall 

street, District Managers 
Edinburgh Branch, 33 St Andrew sq., 
Edinburgh ; Manager, T. G. Maitland 
Legal(Fire, Loss of Profits, Accident, 
Employers' Liability, Plate Glass, 
Motor Car, Engineering, Guaran- 
tee, Personal Accident, &c). 
(See Adv.) 
Robert M. Noble, 74 Commercial street, 
Local Director 
Legal and General (Life, Fire, Accid. ) 
R. M.Noble, 74 Commercial St., Dis. Agt. 
Licenses and General Insur- 
ance Co., Ltd. (All classes of 
Insurance transacted except Life 
and Marine) 
11 Whitehall street (Telephone No. 
5476) ; James H. P. Tonge, Local Mgr. 
Life Association of Scotland 

Branch Office, 10 Reform street ; J. M. 
Cross, Secretary 
Liverpool & London & Globe 
(Fire, Loss of Profits, Accident, 
Life, Marine) 
District Office, 5 Cowgate ; W. R. 
M'Niven, Local Manager 
Liverpool Victoria Friendly 
Society 
Geo. E. Bryant, 54 Commercial St., Mngr. 
London Assurance (Fire, Life, 
Accident, Marine) 
96 and 98 Commercial street (Telephone 
No. 2014; Telegrams, "Lonchus") ; T. 
W. Robertson, District Manager 
London Guarantee and Ac 
eident 
Branch Office, 39 Murraygate ; J. 
M'Call Brown, A.C.I.I., Branch 
Secretary 

London and Lancashire 

(See Adv.) 
Branch Office, 2 India buildings. Dun- 
dee Board of Directors — W. Campbell 
Scarlett, J. L. Carmichael. Resident 
Secretary, James Knight 



London and Scottish Assurance Cor- 
poration, Ltd. 
Robert Butter, Northern buildings, 110 
Commercial street, Branch Manager 

Motor Union (Motor, Fire, Life, Acci- 
dent, Marine) 
Branch Office, 12 Victoria chambers, 
James Robertson, Branch Manager 
National Boiler 

Douglas & Doubble, 12 Bank street 

National Employers' Mutual 
General 

Branch Office, 21 Dock street ; J. D. 
Stewart, Local Representative 
National Insurance Co. of 
Great Britain, Ltd. (Fire, 
Loss of Profits, Accident, Bur- 
glary, Plate Glass) 
Branch Office, 12 Victoria chambers ; 
R. F. Johnston, Branch Manager 

National Mutual Life Asso- 
ciation of Australasia,Ltd. 

(Purely Mutual ; No Shareholders). 

(Low Premiums; High Bonuses). 
District Office, 180 Hope street, Glas- 
gow, J. A. Coventon, District 
Secretary 

National Provident Institution for 
Mutual Life Assurance 

65 Renfield street, Glasgow 
National Provincial 

51 Meadowside ; J. S. Inglis, Manager 

North British and Mercantile 

(Fire, Burglary, Loss of Profit, 
Accident, Marine, Life, Annuities, 
&c). (See Adv.) 
Branch Office, 21 Albeit square ; W. M. 
Henderson, Local Manager 

Northern Assurance (Fire, Mar- 
ine, Accident, Life). (See Adv.) 
Dundee Office, 110 Commercial street. 
Dundee Board of Directors— James 
Barty, LL.B., J. Ernest Cox, LL.D., 
Charles C. Duncan, James Fenton, 
J. A. Kyd, C. H. Marshall, S.S.C. 
Secretary, Robert Butter 

Norwich Union Fire and Life 

(Fire, Life, Accident, Motor Car, 
Fidelity, Third Party, Property 
Owners, Burglary, Plate Glass, 
Live Stock, Loss of Profits, 
Engineering). (See Adv.) 

Branch Office, 10 Victoria chambers ; 
W. S. Whyte, District Manager 
Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corp. 

Branch Office, 48 Bell street; J. T. 
Stewart, Branch Manager 

Palatine 

Branch Office, 64 Bell street ; A. T. 
Wanless, Resident Inspector 

Pearl Assurance Co. 

District Office, 30a Meadowside; D. 
R. Piatt, District Manager 



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Phoenix 

Branch Office, 39 Murraygate ; R. C. 
Kinnison, Local Director ; J. M'Call 
Brown, A. C.I.I. , Branch Secretary 

Provincial Insurance Co., Ltd- 
4 India buildings ; A. S. Ingles, Resi- 
dent Secretary 
Willison & Scott Fithie, 23 Panniure 
street, Agents 

Prudential 

District Office, Prudential buildings, 31 
Albert square; R. Bissett and K. E. 
M'Lennan, Superintendents 

Railway Passengers 

W. M. Henderson, 21 Albert square, 
Local Manager 

Refuge 
District Office, 45 Commercial street ; 
Edward C. Millar, Superintendent 

Road Transport and General Insur- 
ance Co., Ltd. 
31 Albert square ; J. Webster, Res. Insp. 

Royal Exchange Assurance 

(Fire, Life, Sea, Accident, Bur- 
glary, Employers' Liability, An- 
nuities, Fidelity Guarantees, 
Third Party, Motor Car, Plate 
Glass, Live Stock, Ptomaine 
Poisoning, Consequential Loss 
through Fire, Lift, Boiler, Mach- 
inery, Single Policy issued 
covering Fire, Burglary, and 
Domestic Servants. The Corpor- 
ation will act as Executor of 
"Wills, Trustee of Wills and 
Settlements). (See Adv. ) 

Local Directors — Right Hon. Lord 
Forteviot, H. S. Sharp, J. A. 
Tombazis. Manager, J. S. Inglis, 
51 Meadowside (Telephone No. 5161 — 
two lines; Telegrams, "Foxhound") 

Royal Insurance Co., Ltd. 

(Fire, Loss of Profits, Life, Marine, 
Accident, Property Owners' 
Liability, Burglary, Motor Car, 
Fidelity, Employers' Liability, 
Plate Glass, Live Stock, 
Engineering, &c.) 
Branch Offices, 97 and 99 Com- 
mercial street ; Local Board of Direc- 
tors — Chairman, J. Norman Methven ; 
F. F. Macdonald, George Dundas, J. 
Gordon Simpson. Local Manager, 
T. G. A. Miller 

Royal Liver Friendly Society 
T. Dunn, District Manager, 9 King 

street 

Royal London Insurance Offices 
M. Cairns, 74 Murraygate, Supt. 

Scottish Automobile and 
General 

District Office, 6 Whitehall crescent; A. 
E. Pickering, District Representative 



Scottish Boiler Insurance and Engine 
Inspection Company, Limited 
Willison & Scott Fithie, 23 Panmure 
street, District Agents 

Scottish Equitable (Mutual) 
Life 

Office, 6 Panmure street ; J. Nairne 
Forrest, F.F.A., Resident Secretary 

Scottish Insurance Corporation, Ltd. 
(Fire, Life, Accid. , Motor Car, &c. ) 
Office, 11 Panmure St.; A. R. Davidson, 
Resident Secretary 

Scottish Legal Life Assur. Society 
Office, 51 Murraygate; E. H. Porter, Dist. 
Manager ; Robert Barnett, Inspector 

Scottish Life 
George Myles and N. T. Currie, 32 Bank 
street, Joint Resident Secretaries 

Scottish Metropolitan Assur. Co., Ltd. 
Robert Butter, Northern buildings, 110 
Commercial street, Branch Manager 

Scottish National Key Regis- 
try and Assurance As- 
sociation, Ltd. (See Adv. ) 
Don & Stewart, (J. A., 2 Union street, 
Resident Secretaries; James Wallace, 
105a Nethergate, District Agent 

Scottish Plate Glass. (See Adv.) 
John Rattray & Sons, 50 Barrack street 

Scottish Provident Institu- 
tion (Life) 
Office, Scottish Provident buildings, 
49 Meadowside 

Scottish Reversionary Co., 
Ltd. (See Adv.) 
Head Office, 33 Charlotte square, Edin- 
burgh ; A. W. R. Durham, C.A., Mana- 
ger 

Scottish Union and National 

(Fire,Householders'Consolidated, 
Loss of Profits, Life, Annuities, 
Accidents and Illnesses, Burglary, 
Glass Breakage, Employers' 
Liability, Third Party Liability, 
Transit, Fidelity Bonds, Motor 
Car, Marine, Boiler Explosions). 
(See Adv.) 
Branch Office, 13 Panmure St.; James 
W. Muir, F. C.I.I. , Resident Secretary 

Standard (Life) 

Shiell & Small, 5 Bank street 
P. F. & J. Husband, 15 Cowgate 

State (Fire, Accident, and Marine) 
Branch Office, 51-53 Meadowside ; Local 
Directors — Arthur J. Cox, P. VV. 
Johnston, James R. Lindsay, William 
Low, K. S. Malcolm ; Dist. Manager, 
J. S. Inglis ; Resident Inspector, 
A. M. Simpson 

Sun Insurance Office, Ltd. 
F. J. Ribbeck, 30 Meadowside, District 
Secretary 



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BANKING AND INSURANCE LISTS. 



Wesleyan and General 
C. Marland, 45 Commercial street, 
District Superintendent 

West of Scotland. Insurance 

Office, Ltd. 

12 Victoria chambers (Telephone Nos. 
5101, 5102) ; R. F. Johnston, Local 
Manager 

Western 
23 Panmure street ; John Simpson, Mgr. 

Yorkshire (Fire, Life, Accident, 
Motor Car, Loss of Profit, 
Annuities, Plate Glass, Live 
Stock, &c). 

Branch Office, 44 Reform street ; D. 
Grant Rea, Branch Manager 

COMPANIES' AGENTS. 
The Marine Insurance Co., Ltd. 
James Logie & Co., 2 India buildings 

Maritime Insurance Co., Ltd. 
James Logie & Co., 2 India buildings 

Royal Exchange Assurance 

Corporation. (See Adv.) 

J. S. Inglis, Manager, 51 Meadowside 

Ulster Marine Insurance Co., Ltd. 
James Logie & Co. , 2 India buildings 

Union Marine and General Insurance 
Co., Ltd., of Liverpool 
James Logie & Co., 2 India buildings 

INSURANCE BROKERS AND SURVEYORS. 
(See also Ship and Insurance Brokers in Trades and Professions Section. ) 

A. C. Couttie, 13 Panmure street 

John Cruickshank & Co., 7 Ward road 

James Logie & Co. (incorporating Gibson, Farquharson, & Co.), 2 
India buildings. (See Adv.) 

Charles M. Murdoch, 21 Dock street. (See Adv.) 

James S. Ritchie, 1 Commercial street 

A. R. Stenhouse & Partners (incorporating George Rollo & Co.), 
21 Albert square 

Willison & Scott Fithie, 23 Panmure street 

INSURANCE INSTITUTE OF DUNDEE.— Hon. Secretary, Walter J. 
Sharp, F.C.I. I., Motor Union, 12 Victoria chambers 

SCOTTISH BANKERS' ASSOCIATION, Dundee Branch.— Secretary, 
W. D. Scott, 35 Blackness avenue 



Sun Life of Canada 

7 Ward road (Telephone No. 3989); 
P. C. C. Whitelaw, Branch Manager 

Sun Life Assurance Society 
W. Wilson Scott, 30 Meadowside, Mngr. 

Union Assurance Society, Ltd. 

(Fire, Life, Accident, &c.) 

Branch Office, 64-66 Bell street ; R. G. 
Tait, Local Secretary 

Vulcan Boiler and General 
A. R. Stenhouse & Partners, 21 Albert 
square, District Agents 

Warden. (See Adv.) 

Branch Office, 218 Union street, Aber- 
deen; W. Matheson, Manager 

MARINE INSURANCE 
British Corporation Register of Ship- 
ping and Aircraft 
J. M. Purdon and William D. Martin, 65 
Trades lane, Surveyors 

British and Foreign Marine 
G. A. M'Laren & Son, 4 India buildings 

Commercial Union. (See Adv.) 
R. F. Johnston, 12 Victoria chambers 
Charles Barrie & Sons, 49 Meadowside 

Lloyd's Marine Insurance 
Willison & Scott Fithie, 23 Panmure St. 
James Nicoll & Co., 223 Albert street 

Lloyd's Register of Shipping 
Wm. H. Copemanand Jas. S. Thomson, 
26 East Dock street, Surveyors fordis- 
trictof Dundee, Montrose, St Andrews, 
Tayport, Arbroath, and Perth 



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PROPERTY AND INVESTMENT COMPANIES. 

Alliance Trust Co., Ltd. — Directors, F. B. Sharp (Chairman), David 
Pirie, W. Norman Boase, James Prain, "VV. D. Macdougall, H. F. B. Sharp ; 
Manager, "VV. D. Macdougall ; Secretary, John P. Bruce, Meadow house, 64 
Beform street. (See Adv.) 

THE SECOND ALLIANCE TRUST COMPANY, Ltd.— Directors, Geo. 
S. Lamb, F. B. Sharp, David Pirie, James Prain, W. D. Macdougall, 
H. F. B. Sharp ; Manager, W. D. Macdougall ; Secretary, John P. Bruce, 
Meadow house, 64 Reform street. 

BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST, Ltd. — Directors, D. M. Brown, 
James Kydd, James L. Rettie, James Robertson, L. F. Robertson ; Law 
Agents, Johnstone, Simpson, & Thomson ; Auditors, Robertson & Taylor, 
C.A. ; Secretaries, Moody Stuart & Robertson, C.A., 22 Meadowside. 

THE CALEDONIAN PROPERTY INVESTMENT COMPANY, Limited. 
— Regd. Office, 29 Commercial st.; Directors, fm. T. M'Donald (Chairman), 
David N. Milln, James Dryden, David S. Macpherson, A. H. Brown ; Bankers, 
The Bank of Scotland; Manager and Secretary, John E. MTntyre, C.A., 
29 Commercial street. 

THE DUNDEE ARCADE PROPERTY COMPANY, Limited.— Direc- 
tors, James Anderson, "William C. F. Stewart ; Secretary, F. B. Graham, 
61 Reform street. 

DUNDEE CENTRAL PROPERTY COMPANY, Ltd.— Directors, James 
Smart, David Smith; Secretary, A. Lickley Proctor, F.S.I., 2a King street. 

DUNDEE GARDEN CITY ASSOCIATION, Ltd.— Board of Directors, 
Sir Herbert K. Ogilvy of Inverquharity, Bart. (Chairman) ; P. S. Brown of 
Linlathen ; Reg. R. Ovenstone, fialmyle, Broughty Ferry ; James Mackersie, 
26 Seagate ; Secretaries, Shiell & Small, 5 Bank street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT ECONOMIC BUILDING SOCIETIES.— 
Bankers, The Commercial Bank ; Solicitors, H. & H. J. Carlton ; Surveyors, 
Maclaren, Soutar, & Salmond ; Secretaries, James Cram & Sons, C.A., 38 
"Whitehall street. 

HALIFAX BUILDING SOCIETY.— Agents, J. & E. Shepherd, 31 Pan- 
mure street; Solicitors, J. & J. Scrimgeour ; Valuers, A. & R. Lickley. 

SCOTTISH AMICABLE BUILDING SOCIETY.— District Agents, 
Urquhart & M'Walter, 148 Nethergate. 

DUNDEE JOINT STOCK COMPANY.— Preses, John Yeaman; Vice- 
Preses, James Callan ; Factor, A. B. MacBain, 14 Cowgate. 

DUNDEE AND LONDON INVESTMENT TRUST, Ltd.— Secretaries, 
Shiell & Small, 5 Bank street. 

THE FORFARSHIRE BUILDING SOCIETY.— Directors, James M. 
Brown, John Y. Rogers, George Scott, A. J. Morton, T. R. Murray; 
Surveyor, William Salmond ; Auditors, Robert C. Thomson and J. B. 
Alexander; Bankers, The Clydesdale Bank. Ltd.; Secretaries and Treasurers, 
F. E. Scott, Keir, & Drummond, 11 "Whitehall street. 

THE MATADOR LAND AND CATTLE COMPANY, Limited.— Re- 
gistered Offices, 22 Meadowside. Directors, J. C. Johnston (Edinburgh), 
Alexander Mackay (Chairman), Murdo Mackenzie (Denver), George Bonar, 
"W. D. Macdougall ; Secretaries, Mackay, Irons, & Co., C.A. 

THE NORTH OF SCOTLAND REVERSIONARY COMPANY, Ltd.— 
Regd. Office, 15 Cowgate. Directors, P. F. Husband, T. H. Smith, Thomas 
"Watson; Auditors, R. C. Thomson & Murdoch, C, A. ; Sees., P. F. & J. Husband. 



70 PROPERTY AND INVESTMENT COMPANIES. 

THE NORTHERN HOUSING ASSOCIATION, Ltd.— Factors, J. & E. 
Shepherd ; Secretaries, Henderson & Loggie, C.A., 11 Panmure street. 

THE NORTHERN PROPERTY AND REVERSIONARY COMPANY, 

Limited. — Factors, J. & E. Shepherd ; Secretaries, Henderson & Loggie, C.A., 
11 Panmure street. 

THE NORTHERN AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY, Limited.— 
Directors, J. Ernest Cox (Chairman), Adam Hunter, William Low, George 
Bonar ; London Correspondents, Robert Fleming & Co., Ltd.; Secretary, 
"William C. Lawson, 22 Meadowside. 

THE FIRST SCOTTISH AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY, Limited.— 
Directors, J. Ernest Cox (Chairman), Adam Hunter, William Low, George 
Bonar ; London Correspondents, Robert Fleming & Co., Ltd. ; Secretary, 
William C. Lawson, 22 Meadowside. 

THE SECOND SCOTTISH AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY, Ltd.— 
Directors, J. Ernest Cox (Chairman), Adam Hunter, William Low, George 
Bonar; London Correspondents, Robert Fleming & Co., Ltd.; Secretary, 
William C. Lawson, 22 Meadowside. 

THE THIRD SCOTTISH AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY, Ltd.— 
Directors, J. Ernest Cox (Chairman), Adam Hunter, William Low, George 
Bonar ; London Correspondents, Robert Fleming & Co. , Ltd. ; Secretary, 
William C. Lawson, 22 Meadowside. 

THE SCOTTISH CANADIAN TRUST, Ltd.— Directors, D. C. Thomson 
(Chairman), W. Harold Thomson, Sidney C. Thomson, Norman F. Thomson ; 
Secretary, David Simpson, 22 Meadowside. 

THE SCOTTISH HOUSE PROPERTY INVESTMENT COMPANY, 

Limited. — Secretaries, F. E. Scott, Keir, & Drummond, 11 Whitehall street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT IRON AND STEEL STOCKHOLDERS' 
ASSOCIATION.— Secretary and Treasurer, D. A. Mortimer, 31 Murraygate. 



FAIRS AND MARKETS. 

Bell's Fair — Feeing Market — is held in Shore terrace on the first Friday 
of October. 

" Flit-Fridays," or the Term Feeing Markets, are held on 28th May and 
28th November, if these dates fall on a Tuesday or Friday, failing which, on the 
first Tuesday or Friday thereafter. 

A Weekly Cattle and Sheep Market is held every Tuesday forenoon, at 
the Cattle Market, East Dock street. 

Market Days — Tuesday and Friday. 



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PUBLIC CONVEYANCES. 

HACKNEY CARRIAGES AND TAXI-CABS.— Fare shall be Is 6d within 
the following circuit wheresoever within such circuit the carriage may be 
engaged : namely, within a circuit commencing at the foot of Shepherd's loan 
(Magdalen green), and passing by Shepherd's loan to the junction of Hawkhill 
and Perth road, and thence by Hawkhill, and Annfield road, Cherryfield, and 
Brook street, to the junction of Milnbank road and Polepark road, and thence 
to Dudhope Church at the junction of Lochee road and Polepark road, and 
proceeding by Dudhope house, Dudhope terrace, Somerville place, Constitu- 
tion street, Rosebank street, Ann street, Cotton road, Laing street, and Dura 
street to Brown Constable street, and thence by Lyon street, Raglan street, 
and Lower Lilybank to Broughty Ferry road, and terminating on said Ferry 
road at Springhill or Carolina port. Also from any place to any other place 
within five miles from the General Post Office of the burgh, if not more than 
a mile, Is Od ; and for each additional half-mile, or any part of a half-mile, 
9d additional. These fares are for single journey ; no charge for carriage 
returning empty. If passenger returns with carriage, 9d per mile; waiting 
to be charged 4s per hour; shopping, 6s per hour. 

The foregoing fares to apply to cases where the number of passengers does 
not exceed four. If five passengers are carried, 6d extra, irrespective of 
mileage or distance, may be charged. In the case of children under twelve 
years of age, two are to be reckoned and charged for as one adult. 

When required to ply after midnight to five o'clock a.m., double fares 
will be charged. 

Luggage not exceeding in weight 100 lbs. shall be taken free of charge ; above 
that weight it shall be liable to a charge of 9d extra. 

When a carriage is called, but not used, a charge of 9d will be allowed if 
the place to which it is called be under half a mile from the nearest stand, and 
Is 6d if beyond said distance. 

LONDON MIDLAND AND SCOTTISH RAILWAY.— Chief Offices, 
Euston Station, London. — Sir Josiah S. Stamp, President of Executive. 

Dundee. — West Station, South Union street — D. W. Barrie, District 
Goods and Passenger Manager, Perth ; D. Blooman, Assistant Goods 
and Passenger Manager ; J. Lamont, Stationmaster ; Alexander 
Trotter, Goods Agent. Magdalen Green Station — J. Lamont, Station- 
master, West Station. Lochee Station — J. Cameron, Stationmaster. 
Baldovan and Downfield Station — Robert Crosbie, Stationmaster. Barnhill 
Station — John Cameron, Stationmaster. Maryfield Station — George Neale, 
Agent. Fairmuir Station — George Neale, Agent. 

LONDON AND NORTH-EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY. — Head 
Office (Scotland), 23 Waterloo place, Edinburgh. — James Calder, General 
Manager (Scotland), Edinburgh ; Charles H. Stemp, Superintendent, Edin- 
burgh ; George S. Begg, Passenger Manager, Edinburgh ; George Mills, Goods 
Manager, Glasgow. 

Dundee. — Tay Bridge Station, South Union street — John Wilkie, District 
Commercial Superintendent ; William Lyle, District Operating Superin- 
tendent, Burntisland ; Harry R. Watson, Goods and Passenger Agent ; 
John D. Wallace, Stationmaster. Esplanade Station — John D. Wallace, 
Stationmaster. 

DUNDEE AND ARBROATH JOINT RAILWAY, T. S. MacKintosh, Sec- 
retary, 23 Waterloo place, Edinburgh. L.M.S. Railway — J. M. Smith, Goods 
and Passenger Manager, Aberdeen. L. & N. E. Railway — John Wilkie, 
District Commercial Superintendent, Dundee ; William Lyle, District 
Operating Superintendent, Burntisland. 

Dundee. — East Station, East Dock street — William Johnston, Station- 
master and Goods Agent. Broughty and West Ferry Stations — A. Morris, 
Stationmaster and Goods Agent. 

TAY FERRIES, Craig pier, South Union street— William Johnston, Supt. 

A Steamboat sails from Dundee at 7 a.m., 8 a.m., and every half-hour 
thereafter until 7.30 p.m., then 8.15, 9.15, and 10.15 p.m., and from New- 
port at 7.30 a.m., 8.30 a.m., and every half-hour thereafter until 7.30 p.m., 



72 PUBLIC CONVEYANCES. 

then 8.15, 8.45, 9.45, and 10.45 p.m., from 1st May to 30th September. 
Sailings from Dundee from 7 a.m., 8 a.m., then every half -hour 
until 6 p.m., then 7 p.m., 8.15 p.m., 9.15 p.m., 10.15 p.m.; and from New- 
port 7.30 a.m., 8.30 a.m., then every half-hour until 6.30 p.m., then 7.30 
p.m., 8.45 p.m., 9.45 p.m., 10.45 p.m., from 1st October to 30th April. 

Sunday Sailings — From Dundee at *9a.m., 10a.m., *11 a.m., 12.40 
p.m., 1.15 p.m., 2.15 p.m., *3.15p.m., 4.5 p.m., 5.15 p.m., 6.15 p.m., *7. 15 
p.m., *7.45 p.m., 8.15 p.m., *8.45 p.m., 9.10 p.m. From Newport at *9.30 
a.m., 10.30 a.m., *11.30a.m., 12.55 p.m., L45p.m., 2.45 p.m., *3.45p.m., 
4.30p.m., 5.45 p.m., 6.45 p.m., *7.45 p.m., *8.15 p.m., 8.45 p.m., *9.10 
p.m., 9.30 p.m. 

*From first Sunday in May to last Sunday in September. 

BUS STANCES FIXED BY THE MAGISTRATES.— For Blairgowrie, 
&c, North Lindsay street (near Overgate). For Forfar, Kirriemuir, &c, 
North Lindsay street (opposite Willison street). For Arbroath, Aberdeen, 
Glasgow, Edinburgh, Newcastle, &c, Courthouse square. For Broughty 
Ferry, Monifieth, Carnoustie, &c, 36 Commercial street. 

COUNTRY CARRIERS. 





NAMES. 


QUARTERS. 


DESPATCHED. 


PLACES. 


DAT. 


HOUR. 


Alyth, Newtyle, 


P. S. Murray 


14 Dock street (Tel. 5428) 


D'ly except 


12 n. 


and Meigle 






Saturday 




Do. 


Scott Brothers 


9 Dock street 


Daily 


12 n. 


Arbroath 


N. Sharp 


R. Ower, Soapwork lane 


Daily 


1.30p. 


Do. 


J. Stewart 


9 Dock street 


Daly 


1p.m. 


Do. 


Ritchie's Ex. Co. 


33 Exchange street 


Daily 




Auchterhouse 


J. Low 


38 Overgate & 14 Dock street 


Friday 


1p.m. 


Blairgowrie and 


P. S. Murray 


14 Dock street 


D'ly except 


12 n. 


Coupar Angus 






Saturday 




Do. 


Ian M 'Andrew 


33 Exchange street 


Daily 


12 n. 


Balmerino 


Frank Rose 


61 Yeaman sh're,33 Exchange st. 


Tues. only 


12.30p 


Broughty Ferry 


Geo. Longair 


10 & 14 Dock street 


Daily 


1p.m. 


Do. 


Mrs G. Mackie 


32 High street 


D'ly ila.ru. 


& 4 p. 


Burrelton 


P. S. Murray 


14 Dock street 


Thursday 


12 n. 


Do. 


Ian M'Andrew 


33 Exchange street 


Daily 


12 n. 


Carnoustie 


M. Hovell 


33 Exchange st. and Dock st. 


Daily 


10 am 


Do. 


J. Ferguson 


33 Exchange st. and 9 Dock st. 


Daily 


1p.m. 


Do. 


Alex. Gow 


2 Shore terrace 


Daily 


11 am 


Cupar 


J. Grant 


14 Dock street Tu. 


Wed. Fri. 


1.30p. 


Dovvnfield 


Ritchie's Ex. Co. 


33 Exchange street 


Dailyll.30& 


5 p.m. 


Forfar 


Ritchie's Ex. Co. 


33 Exchange street 


Daily 


12.30p 


Do. 


Ritchie Bros. 


9 Dock street 


Daily 


1p.m. 


Do. 


F. Fox 


33 Exchange street 


D'lvex. Sat. 


5.30 


Kirriemuir 


James Meffan 


9 Dock street 


Daily 


12 n. 


Do. 


F. Fox 


33 Exchange street 


D'lvex. Sat. 


5.30p. 


Lift" and Birkhill 


Thomas Burry 


Mid Kirk style 


Tu.'Fri.,lto 


2 p.m. 


Lochee 


Alex. Cook 


8S South road, Lochee, and f 


D'lvex. Sat. 


3p.m. 






72 Perrie street, L. \ 


Saturday 


12.30p 


Do. 


John Findlay 


38 & 59 Overgate & 14 Dock st. 


Hourly 




Lochee, Maryfield, 


Ritchie's Ex. Co. 


33 Exchange street Daily 9, 


12.30, and 


4 


and Ninewells 










Longforgan 


Alex. London 


33 Exchange st. & Mid Kirk style 


Tu. Fri. 


12.30p 


Lundie 


James Kettles 


38 Overgate 


Tu. Fri. 


1-2 pm 


M'yfield, Ninewells 


Alfred Duffus 


23 Barrack street 


Twice daily 




andDownfleld 










Monifieth 


Jas. Gibson 


14 Dock street (Tel. 5428) 


Daily 


12 n. 


Do. 


Alex. Gow 


2 Shore terrace 


Daily 


11a.m. 


Montrose and 


Angus Carding 


9 Dock street 


Daily 


12 n. 


Brechin 


Service 








Do. 


J. Boyack 


33 Exchansre street 


D'ly ex. Sat. 




Perth and inter- 


A. W. Cowper 


10 Dock street 


D'ly ex. Sat. 


12.30p 


mediate villages 










Do. 


D. Grewar 


9 Dock street (Tel. 4545) 


D'lyex.Sat. 


12.30p 


St Andrews 


Syd. Swindells 


20 Commercial street Tues. 


Wed. Fri. 


1 p. m. 


Do. 


H. Brand & Son 


33 Exchange street 


D'lvex. Sat. 


lp.m 


Tayport 


Robert Kidd 


10 Dock street 


Dailv 


1.30p. 


Do. 


R. Bayne 


9 Dock street 


Daily 


1 p.m. 



PUBLIC CONVEYANCES. 73 

TEANSPOET COMMISSIONEES (Northern Area)— Appointed under 
the Eoad Traffic Act, 1930. — Henry Eiclies (Chairman), William Henderson, 
A. Fraser MacKintosh. 

EAILWAY AND PAEOEL EXPEESS CARBIEES.— 

Dundee and Broughty Ferry Parcel Express. — The Van leaves 485 Brook 
street, Broughty Ferry, at 9.20 a.m. and 3 p.m. ; and J. K. Sim's, 32 
High street, Dundee, at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Mrs G. Mackie, Proprietrix. 

Mutter, Howey, & Co., Ltd., Esplanade buildings, Carting Agents for 
London and North-EasternEailway Co., Dundee and Arbroath Joint Bail- 
way, and Public Warehouse Keepers. Thomas A. Melrose, Manager. (See 
Adv.) 

Bitchie's Express Co., General Carriers and local Delivery Agents. — Agents 
for Atlas Express, Manchester, Glasgow, and London ; agents for Carter, 
Paterson, & Co., London. Office, 33 Exchange street. 

Scottish Motor Traction Co., Ltd., 8 Westfield avenue. Motor 
Bus Services to Forfar, Brechin, Blairgowrie, Alyth, Perth, Wellbank, 
and Carnoustie. Stances at Lindsay street, Courthouse square, and Com- 
mercial street. (See Adv.) 

Alexander, W., & Sons, Ltd., 33 North Lindsay street. 

Sutton & Co., General Carriers to all parts of the world. Agents of the 
Indian Parcel Post. James Cant, 5 Whitehall crescent, Agent. 

Wordie & Co., South Union street, Carting Agents for L. M. & S. and 
Dundee and Arbroath Joint Eailway Companies. Forward and receive goods 
to and from all Stations in Scotland, England, and Ireland. S. Clink, 
Manager. 



HOLIDAYS, FESTIVALS, and TERMS. 

Public Holidays. — New Year's Day, second Monday of April and last 
Monday of September, Victoria Day and King's Birthday (24th May 1933) ; 
Summer Holidays, beginning fourth Monday of July. 

Bank Holidays.— New Year's Day, Good Friday (14th April 1933), first 
Mondays in May and August, Christmas Day. 

Trades Holidays. — Engineers, second Saturday of June ; Builders, last 
Saturday of August. 

Quarterly Terms. — Candlemas, 2nd February ; Whitsunday, 15th May; 
Lammas, 1st August; Martinmas, 11th November. 

English Quarter Days. — Lady Day, 25th March ; Midsummer, 24th June ; 
Michaelmas, 29th September ; Christmas, 25th December. 

Removal Terms. — 29th May and 28th November. 

Summer Time. — Begins third Sunday in April and ends first Sunday in 
October. 

Shops Weekly Half-Holiday. — See Page 56. 

Movable and Other Festivals, &c, for 1932-1933. — 

1932. 1933. 

May 26 — Corpus Christi Mar. 1 — Ash Wednesday 

July 1— Dominion Day Mar. 17— St Patrick's Day 

Sept. 12— Jewish New Year April 9— Palm Sunday 

Oct. 31— Hallowe'en April 14— Good Friday 

Nov. 11— Armistice Day (1918) April 1 6— Easter Sunday 

Nov. 27— Advent Sunday April 19— Primrose Day 

Nov. 30 — St Andrew's Day May 24 — Empire Day 

Dec. 25 — Christmas Day May 25 — Ascension Day 

1933. June 4— Pentecost— Whit Sunday 

Jan. 1 — New Year's Day June 11 — Trinity Sunday 

Feb. 14 — St Valentine's Day June 15 — Corpus Christi 



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ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 

CLERGY AND PLACES OF WORSHIP. 



Prksbytkky of Dundee— Church of Scotland. 

Joint Clerks / Rev ' James Robbie, M.A., B.D., 64 Forfar road 

(Rev. John Sinclair, M.A., B.D., Mains manse, Old Glamis road 
Dundee- 



Albert Square (Meadowside) 

Balgay (Locheeroad) 

Barnhill ... 

Baxter Park (Arbroath road) ... 

Bonnethill (Hilltown) 

Butterburn (Hill street) 
Chalmers (Hunter street) 
Chapelshade (Constitution road) 
Clepington (Isla street) 
Downfield North (St Mary's rd.) 

Downfield kouth (Haldanest.) 
Dudhope (Lochee road) 
Dundee St Mary's (Nethergate) 
East (370 Queen St., Bro. Fy.)„. 
East (High street, Lochee) 

Fairmuir (Clepington road) 
High (Kinghorne road) 
Hilltown (N. Wellington street) 
Lochee Road (Logie street) 
Logie (Scott street) 

M'Cheyne (328 Perth road) ... 
Mains (foot of Old Glamis road) 

Martyrs (Annfield road) 
Mary field (Morgan street) 

Ogilvie (Albert street) 

Old St Paul's (South), Nethergate 
Park (Park avenue) 

Queen Street (Broughty Ferry 

Rosebank (Constitution street) 

Ryehill (79 Perth road) 

St Aidan's (440 Brook St., B.F.) 

St Andrew's (King street) 

St Clement's (Nethergate) 

St David's (North Tay street) 

St David's(North)Strathmore av. 



[G. R. Macphail, M.A.(sen. col.), 67 In verna 

court, Kensington, London, W. 8 
[R. W. Matheson, M.A., 8 Laurelbank 
James M. Stewart, M.A., 13 Lawside rd. 
Geo. Bremner, B.D., Invermark ter., B'hill 
D. C. Murray, M.A., 15 Maryfield terrace 
Donald Campbell, 12 Laurelbank 
Hugh C. Hutchison, M.A., 22 Inverary ter. 
James A. Bishop, 27 Windsor street 
Theodore Andrew, M. A., 1 Dudhope street 
David Dick, B.D., 23 Albany terrace 
Henry Dodd, L.R.C.P.S. Edin., F.P.S. 

Glas., 201 Slrathmartine road 
James Macknight, 289Strathmartineroad 
Edward Beal, 4 Adelaide place 
A. W. Fergusson,D.D., 69 Dalkeith road 
Frank Cairns, Mansefield,Camphillrd., B.F. 
George M'Gregor, M.A., C.F., 4 Harefield 

road, Lochee 
W. A. Wallace, 1 Shamrock street 
G. MacLean Wylie, 6 Adelaide place 
W. Cumming Skinner,M. A. , 6 Wood ville pi. 
Geo. R. Robertson, M.A., 7 Inverary ter. 
Henry M. Bartlett, M. A., B.D., 338 Black- 
ness road 
Andrew J. Forrest, B.D., 2 Osborne place 
Rev. John Sinclair, M.A., B.D., Mains 

manse, Old Glamis road 
James Lamont, 150 City roaa 
William C. Bigwood, B.D., 15 Duff street 
(B.. F. Henderson, D.D., 23 Burnbank gar- 
's dens, Glasgow, N.W. 
(Hugh Alexander, M.A., 34 Argyle street 
J. BoathWood,M.A., B.D., 10 Laurelbank 
J. G. Dawson Scott, M.A.,23 Shamrock st. 
(T. D. Stewart Brown, M A., 32 Camphill 
\ road, Broughty Ferry 
John Howat, B.D., 5 Douglas terrace 
George Blair, D.D., 10 Windsor street 
Alex. Smart, M.A., 85 Queen St., Bro. Fy. 
Robert F. V. Scott, 11 Albany terrace 
(Vacant) 

George M. Maclean, L. A., 18 Albany ter. 
Hugh M. Agnew, M.A., F.S.A.(Scot.), 
2 Foster road, Downfield 



ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 75 

St Enoch's (Nethergate) ... A. Nevile Davidson, M.A., 1 Fort street 
St George's (32 Meadow- ( A. Adamson, B.D.,Craigmount, Edinburgh 
side) ( JamesCosh, B.D. (C. &S.), 5 Magdalen pi. 



St James' (Arklay street) 

St James' (5 Fort St., Bro. Ferry) 

St John's(Cross), Blackness av. 

St John's (Perth road) 

St Luke's (High St., Lochee) ... 



James Robbie, M.A., B. D., 64 Forfar road 
Campbell Ferenbach, 63 Seafield rd., B.F. 
M'lntosh Mowat, B.L., 287 Perth road 
John M'Connachie, D.D., 23 Windsor st. 
William Bodin, M.A., 16 Coupar Angus 
road, Lochee 
St Luke's (West Queen street, ( w ^ ,, ... D t-. .,„ „. . , r. u 

W P <st Fprrv^ \ W - M - Mathieson, B.D., 23 Fintry pi., B.F. 



West Ferry) 
St Mark's (Perth road) 
St Matthew's (Ferry road) 
St Ninian's (Bright St., Lochee) 

St Paul's (Nethergate) 

St Peter's (St Peter street) 
StStephen's(Dundeerd., W. Fy.) 



V. C. Alexander, B.D., 9 Airlie place 
C. R. Munro, M.A., 214 Ferry road 
Hugh Shirlaw, B.D., 20 Coupar Angus rd. 
James Weatherhead, D.D., 13 Dudhope ter. 
Alexander White, 4 Briarwood terrace 
J. C. Conn, B.D., 33 Camperdown street, 
Broughty Ferry 

Strathmartine (513 Strathmar- (John W. Burnside, M.A., 505 Strathmar- 
tineroad (Downfield) ... ( tine road, Downfield 



Tay Square 
Victoria Street ... 
Wallacetown (Crescent street)... 



John Mansie, M.A., 9 Windsor street 
Hugh Gordon Ross, M.A., 4 Clive street 
John Fairlie, M.A., 75 Clepington road 
R. J. Mackay, M.A., LL.B., 14 Albert 

road, Broughty Ferry 
G. E. Troup, M.A., F.S.A.(Scot) (Emer.), 
22 Hermitage drive, Edinburgh 

West (191 High street, Lochee) J H. Angus Williamson, B.D., 3 Coupar 

v ° ' ( Angus road. Lochee 

Willison-Bell Street (Bell street) William Nelson, D.D., 8 Dudhope street 
Wishart Memorial (King street) T. F. Gilmore, B.A., 128 Arbroath road 



West (50 Brook street, Broughty 
Ferry) 



Abernyte North 

South 

Auchterhouse 
Inchture 

Invergowrie East ... 

St Columba's 

Kinnaird 

Liff and Benvie 
Longforgan ... 
Lundie and Fowlis... 
Monifieth St Rule's 

South (Hill street) 
North and Newhigging 

Panmure 

Monikie 

Craigton 
Muirhead of Liff ... 
Murroes 
Tealing 



Henry Reid Chalmers, F.S.A., Abernyte 
Geo. Innes Smith, M.A.,Abernyte,Inchture 
John K. Cameron, Auchterhouse 
P. J. Maclver, Inchture 

{Adam Philip, D.D. (Emer.), 19 Churchill 

J gardens, Edinburgh 

(Harold B. Smart, Invergowrie 
Allan Bell, Invergowrie 
John M. Anderson, B.Sc, B.D., Kinnaird 
John MacLean, B.D., Liff 
William MacNicol, B.D., Longforgan 
Alexander Monro, M.A., Lundie 
Gordon Quig, B.D., St Rule's manse, 

Monitieth 
Neil Cameron, M.A., Monifieth 
(Cecil J. Davidson, Newbigging 
(Alex. Wiseman, M.A., Fochabers (Emer.) 

William M. Locke, M.A., Monifieth 

Andrew Armit, Monikie 

Quintin D. Whyte, Monikie 

Thomas Tully, M.A., Muirhead of Liff 

W. A. Forbes, B.D., Murroes 

J. A. S. Wilson. M.A., B.A. (Oxon.) 



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Newport — St Fillan's 

St Thomas' 

Tayport — Ferryport-on-Craig 

Erskine 

Queen Street 

Wormit East 

West 



John A. Clark, B.D.,Gowriehill, E.Newport 

John S. Mutch, B. D., Bly th St., E. Newport 

C. W. Stobie, M.A., Old manse. Tayport 

Alex. Home, 8 Dougall street, Tayport 

David H. Soutar, M. A., Queen St., Tayport 

(Vacant) 

Robert Morris, M. A. .West manse, Wormit 



Suburban Districts not included in Presbytery of Dundee. 



Balmerino ... 
Barry 

West 

Carnoustie ... 

St Stephen's 
Forgan 

Logie and Gauldry 
Newton Panbride .., 

Panbride 



William J. M'Farland, B.A., Balmerino 
John Smith, M.A., East manse, Barry 
John Heggie, Barry 

James Baillie, M. A., Kinloch st.,Carnoustie 
T. Sutherland, B.D.. Carnoustie 
Hugh F. Frame, M.A., Forgan 
Charles Hutchison, M.A., Gauldrv 
John Millen Hamilton, M.A., S.T.M., 

Panbride 
John Caesar, M.A., Panbride 

Original Secession. 
Dundee (Euclid crescent) ... John Howe, M. A., 3 Adelaide terrace 

Free Church of Scotland. 
Dundee— 
Dudhope (Dudhope street) ... Alexander Fraser, M.A., 6 Albany ter. 

United Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) 

Carnoustie (Erskine) (Vacant) 

Dundee ... ... ... ... William W. Harris, 17 Osborne place 

Newport ... ... ... ... (Vacant) 

Tayport F. W. Atkin, William street, Tayport 

Scottish Episcopal. 

Bishop of Brechin and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church — Most Rev. W. 

J. F. Robberds, D.D., LL.D.,Forbes court, 85 Dundee road, West Ferry 

Dundee— /- Provost — Very Rev. K. M. Sutherland- 

Graeme, 76 Blackness avenue 

Canons — Very Rev. J. B. Jobberns, M.A. 
(Dean of Brechin), H. M. Rankin, M.A. 
(Rector of S. Mary's and S. Peter's, 
Montrose— Synod Clerk), E. W. 
Millar, M.A. (Rector of S. Andrew's, 
Fettercairn), and J. E. MacRae, M.A. 
(Rector of All Soul's, Invergowrie) 

Assistant Clergy— D. Hemming, B.A., 

1 Dudhope street. E. A. L. Donaldson, 

M.A. (S. Roque's Mission), 12 William 

street. D. S. Borland, M.A., 1 

^ Dudhope street 

S. John Baptist (Albert street) R. Christopher Norfor, B.A., 16 Argylest. 
S. Luke's (Baldovan road, Down- f H. Montgomery Simpson, B.A., Baldovan 

field) \ road, Downfield 

S.Margaret's(Ancrumrd.,L'hee) R. F. Strathern,M.A.,19 Ancrum rd.,L'hee 
S. Mary's (Queen street, B.F.)... L. A. Wheatley, M.A., 46 Seafield road, 

Broughty Ferry 
(Very Rev. Dean J. B. Jobberns, M.A., 10 
S. Mary Magdalene's (Blinshall J Westfield place 

street) ")E. Sharpe, B. A., 12 King street 

(J. Sell, 21 Airlie place 



Cathedral Church of S 
(Castlehill) 



j h 



S. Martin's (Harcourt street) 



B. Ramsav, 14 William street 
Strachan,"B.A., 3 Welling 
J. Robertson, 29 Leng street 



S. Salvador's (St Salvador st.) || Jj^Sb,- , -Vellington vi P *i 



Sisterhood of 

Modwenna (10 King street) 

Diocesan Supernumerary 
Carnoustie — Holy Rood ... 
Invergowrie — All Souls' ... 
Monifieth — Holy Trinity 



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77 



j- E. Sharpe, B.A., 12 King street 

(Vacant) 

Samuel Getty, Carnoustie 
J. E. MacRae, M.A., Invergowrie 
E. R. Spence, Monifieth 



Newport — S. Mary's 
Tayport — S. Margaret's 



District Convener- 



Diocese of St Andrews. 

'"> C. S. Coldwell, High street, E. Newport 



Congregational, Union. 



Rev. A. G. B. Sivewright, M.A., 7 Grove road, 
Broughty Ferry. 
Dundee — 

Broughty Ferry (89 Brook street, /A. G. B. Sivewright, M.A., 7 Grove road 

Broughty Ferry) \ Broughty Ferry 

Castle Street ... ... ... John Lees, M.A., 21 Bright street, Lochee 

J. M. M'Gauley, M.A., 7 Rosewood terrace 
H. A. Inglis, M.A., 7 Union terrace 
Robert C. Richardson, 10 Maryfield ter. 
Frederic A. Ore, 12 Rosewood terrace 
J. M. Hallidav, 28 Argvle street 
T. S. Taylor, M.A., B.Li'tt., 4 Douglas ter. 
J. A. Lees, 3 Woodbine ter., E. Newport 



Morison (Guthrie street) 

Panmure Street 

Princes Street 

Russell Chapel (Hawkhill) ... 
Trinity (Victoria road) ... 
Ward Chapel (Constitution rd.) 
Newport 



Independent. 



Gilfillan Memorial (Whitehall st.) {^^Lochee 11 ^ PlaCe ' AnCrUm 



Roman Catholic. 
Bishop of Dunkeld — Right Rev. John Toner, D.D., 29 Roseangle 
Dundee— 

Our Lady of Good Counsel ... (Andrew M'Kinley, 29 Westfield 
(Westfield rd., Bro. Ferry) \ Broughty Ferry 

r Right Rev. Mgr. J. Canon Turner, 



St 



Andrew's Cathedral/- " 15 " yi « th « r ?*[* 



road, 
V.G., 



(Nethergate) 



St Joseph's (Blackness road) 



St Mary's (Forebank road) 



James Nally, 150 Nethergate 

" I Hector Macneil, do. 

iMichael Foylan, do. 

/Very Rev. William Canon M'Currach, 42 

Wilkie's lane 

■I James Matthews, 42 Wilkie's lane 

I Peter Ryan, do. 

(Darby Mellov, do. 

I V. Rev.M.CanonLavelle,M.R.,22Powriepl. 

J J. Malloy, do. 

j Thomas Kelly, do. 

( Edward Dempsev do. 

i V. Rev. R. G. Canon Russell, 41 High St., L. 

St Mary's (High street, Lochee) -I Patrick Donagher, do. 

^Thomas Gannon, do. 

C John Noonan, 3 Maitland street 

St Patrick's (Arthurstone ter.) -J Jeremiah O'Donoghue, do. 

(^Aeneas Macrae, do. 

oc o„i a r> i i-o ..% ( V. Rev. John Canon Roche, Bvron street 

SS. Peter and Paul (Byron street) { Rey Hugh Cahm DD ' * do 

Wellburn (Liffroad, Lochee) ... John Stuart, 120 Liffroad, Lochee 
Newport — St Fillan's ... ... James E. Quinn, King street, E. Newport 

Monifieth— St Bride's ... .,. Andrew M'Kinley ,29 Westfield rd., B.Ferry 

Catholic Apostolic. 



Dundee (Constitution road) 



J Peter Dickson, 2 West Somerville place 
( William Grierson, 388 Perth road 



78 ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 

Christian Chuech. 

Hermon Hall. South Tay street ... ... ... ... 

Hillbank Hall, 57 Cotton road ... ... ... ... 

Elim Hall, 98 Liff road, Lochee ... ... ... ... 

Dundee — Baptist. 

BroughtvFerry(StVincentst..B.F.)R. H. Martin, M.A., 377 King St., B.F. 

Hawkhill (98 Hawkhill) ... J. S. Andrews, 43 Rankine street 

Lochee (Bright street, Lochee) Albert B. Burgess, 162 City road, Lochee 

,, „. , T . .v (Rev. David Kyles, M.A., 123 Kinghorne 

Maxwelltown (Jamaica street) ■< , J ' ° 

Rattray Street ... ... ... John Shearer, M.A., 13 Inverary terrace 

Ward Road D. D. Smith, 14 Clepington road 

Wesleyan Methodist. 
Dundee— Ward Road Fred Piatt, 7 Albany terrace 

Church of Christ. 
Salem Chapel, 59 Constitution rd. Secretary — Wm. Gray, 6 Molison street 

Salvation Army. 

Headquarters of Mid-Scottish Division — Brigadier Robert J. Dalrymple, 
Divisional Commander, 96 Victoria road; Staff-Captain Norman Ord, Young 
People's Secretary, 96 Victoria road. 

Subscribers' Department — Representative, Ernest A. Young, 275 Hawkhill 

Dundee — Officers' Quarters. 

No. 1 Citadel, 98 Victoria road 101 Victoria road 

No. 2 Citadel, 17 North Lindsay street 24 Garland place 

No. 3 Citadel, 1 Constitution street 4 Kinnaird street 

No. 4 Citadel, 2 Well road 29 Edward street 

Lochee (38 Marshall street) 5 Balgay street, Lochee 

Broughty Ferry (31 Gray street) 239 King street, Broughty Ferry 

Tayport (Broad street) 21 Nelson street, Tayport 

Slum Post, 219 Overgate — Captain Vesey, Commanding Officer 
Women's Hostel, Ward road — Brigadier Ripley and Adjutant Fox 
Clement Park Maternity Hospital and Children's Home — Adjutant Brury 
Eventide Home, 488 Perth road — Brigadier Ripley 

Other Denominations. 

Deaf and Dumb (Dudhope Park) Missioner — W. S. Wright, 4 Rankine st. 

Faith Mission Friends' Institute, ] Representative — D. R. M 'Gavin, 13 Linden 
(7 Whitehall crescent) / avenue, Newport 

Friends, Socy. of(7 Whitehall cres.) Clerk— Jas. A. Braithwaite, 6 Castle St. 

Hebrew (15 Meadow street) ... M. Franks, 20 St Andrew's street 

East House John Campbell, 17 Janefield pi. (Chaplain) 

Williamson Unitarian Memorial) .,. , w , ... , .„ .,, 

Church (Constitution road). ..J" Albert Whltford . 42 Alban J terrace 
Apostolic Faith Ch. (18 North st.) W. J. Macleod, 52 Dean avenue, Layman 

in charge 

DUNDEE PRESBYTERY.— Meets in Tay Square Hall on the first 
Wednesday of each month, at 10.30 a.m., except March and August 
(March, first Tuesday ; no meeting in August). Joint Clerks, Rev. James 
Robbie, M.A., B.D., 64 Forfar road, and Rev. John Sinclair. B.D., Mains 
manse, Old Glamis road. Hallkeeper, David Hynd, 98 Dens road. 

DUNDEE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND ELDERS' AND OFFICE- 
BEARERS' UNION.— Treasurer and Secretary, Charles Soutar, 7 Ward 
road. 



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84 ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 

DUNDEE BOYS' AND GIRLS' RELIGIOUS ASSOCIATION.— 
Secretary, James Aitclrison, 30 Victoria street ; Secretary of Staff Meeting, 
James Samson, 10 Lorimer street. 

SABBATH FORENOON MEETINGS. 



Name of 
Meeting. 



Annfield Street 
Bog Mission 
Bonnethill 
Butterburn 
Campbell Street 
Camperdown 
Cherryfield 
Children's Free 

Breakfast 
Dudhope 
Grove StreetMis. 
Hedge Road 
Jamaica Street 
James Street 
Parkhead 
Rosebank 
St Clement's 
Tay Square 
Tent Mission 
Victoria Street 



Under auspices of 



D.B. &G.R.A. 
Bog Mission 
Bonnethill Church 
D.B. &G.R.A. 
D B. &G.R.A. 
Lochee West Ch. 
Y.M.C.A. 
D.B. &G.R.A. 

Dudhope Church 
Victoria St. C hurch 
D.B. &G.R.A. 
Hilltown Church 
D.B. &G.R.A. 
Mains Church 
D.B. & G.R.A. 
St Clement's Ch. 
Tay Square Ch. 
Tent Mission 
Victoria Street Ch. 



Where held. 



18 Annfield St. 
Kirk St., Lochee 
247a Hilltown 
Butterb'rnSch'l 
22 Campbell st. 
Nicoll'sln.L'chee 
137 Blackness rd. 
Bell Street lane 

113 Lochee road 
Grove street 
Hedge road 
Jamaica street 
James street 
Pitkerro road 
Rosebank st. 
Lindsay street 
Artillery lane 
Peter street 
Victoria street 



Chairman. 



F. Dewar Cumming, 35 Cowgate 
James W. Hutton, 37 Rankine st. 

C. Farquharson,56C'nstituti'nst. 

D. Thomson, 26 Stirling street 
John Gordon, 7 Stirling avenue 
J. Brown, 20 Park pi. , Ancrum rd. 
Wm. Bamsay, 8 Benvie road 

E. Powrie, 290 Strathmartine rd. 

John Stewart, 22 Fleuchar street 
J. G. Menzies, 130 Arbroath road 
A. Thomson, 24 Rosebank road 
W. Lee, 1 William lane 
W. Kennedy, 319 Hilltown 
D. Beattie, 8 Cardean street 
W. Whiteside, 213 Hilltown 
George Fairweather, 6 Perth road 
Alexander Miller, 25 Perth road 
J. Whyte, 299 Strathmore avenue 
Ramsay Hay, 45 Dens road 



CALEDONIA HALL MISSION, 52 Westport.— Secretary, James 
Johnston, 21 Kinloch street. 

DUNDEE CENTRAL MISSION, 76 Constitution street.— President, Miss 
Johnston ; Choir Leader and Organist, Miss A. Law. 

LOCHEE BOG MISSION, Kirk street, Lochee. —Secretary, James Goodall, 
11 Loons road, Lochee. 

DUNDEE RAILWAY MISSION, Bethany Hall, Taylor's lane.— 
Secretary, George Aitken, 84 Carlochie terrace. 

GOSPEL TEMPERANCE MISSION, Jamaica Street Hall.— Secretary, 
William Brown, 2 Kinnaird street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR UNION— 

Corresponding Secretary, Miss M. Allan, 42 St Mary place. Local Societies 
and Secretaries : — 



Martyrs Jun. Wednesday, 7 p.m. 

Maxwellto'n Baptist Monday, 8 p.m. 

,, Jun. Thursday7.30 p.m. 

Rattray St. Baptist Sunday, 10 a.m. 

,, Jim. Monday, 7 p.m. 

Ward Rd. Baptist Monday, 8 p.m. 

,, ,, Jun. Monday, 7 p.m. 

,, ,, Ms. Jun. Monday, 7 p.m. 
Lochee Baptist Sunday, 9.45 a.m. 

Willison-Bell Mission Monday, 8 p.m. 
Bro. Ferry Baptist Thursday, 8 p.m 
,, ,, Junior Thursday, 7 p.m. 
Central Continuing Sunday, 10 a.m. 
Newport ,, Sunday, 7.30 p.m. 

Carnoustie ,, Monday, 7.45 p.m. 



Miss Smart, 325 Perth road 

V Miss Harris, 341 Clepington road 

| Miss M. Allan, 42 St Mary place 
/ Miss S. Watson, 407 Blackness road 
D. Robertson, 62 Blackscroft 
Miss Cathro, 81 Victoria road 
J. Neilson, 70 Noran avenue 
R. A. Burgess, 162 City rd., Lochee 
P. Clark, 4 Easson's angle 
1 Mrs V. D. Findlay, 465 Brook st., 
/ Broughty Ferry 
Miss Harris, 17 Osborne place 
Miss Doig, Hillside, E. Newport 
Miss Cunningham, 1 Kirkton ter- 
race, Carnoustie 

DUNDEE UNITED EVANGELISTIC ASSOCIATION AND TENT 
MISSION. — Hon. Secretary, James K. Robertson, 51 Woodside terrace. 



ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 85 

GIRL GUIDES, Headquarters, 23 Roseangle. — Pres., Miss Kynoch; Vice- 
Presidents, Mrs Buist, Mrs Johnston, Mrs Rettie, Mrs Sharp; County 
Commissioner, Miss Sharp, Balmuir; County Secy. , Miss Thomson, 1 Victoria 
rd., W.F. ; Assist. County Secy., Miss W. N. Kerr, 5 Airlie pi.; Treas.,Miss 
Grossart, 381 Perth rd. ; Dist. Commissioners, Miss Kennedy, Mrs A. R. 
Moodie, Mrs D. Murray, Miss Pattullo, Miss Ritchie, Miss Mackie Whyte. 

Companies and Captains. Rangers — 1st, Miss Mackie Whyte, 10 Glamis 
drive; 2nd, Miss Jeffries, 6 Hermonhill ter. ; 3rd, Miss Small, 32 Glenesk 
avenue; 4th, Miss H. Moncur, 15 Camphill rd., B.P. ; 5th, Miss Sutherland, 
9 Wellington st. ; 6th, Miss B. Luke, 6 E. Haddon rd. ; 8th, Miss Farrell, 1 

Stirling ter. ; 9th, Miss M'Corquodale, 107 Ferry rd. ; 10th, ; 11a, 

(Acting) Miss Clark, 20 Park rd. ; 12a, Miss B. Webster, 11 Pitfour St.; 
13th, Miss M'Kenzie, 33 Kilberry st. ; 14th, Miss Webster, 11 Pitfour St.; 
15th, Miss Muir, 219 Blackness rd. ; 16th, Miss Jenkins, 11 Blackness ave. ; 
17th, Miss Sutherland, 36 N. George st. ; ISth, Miss Lackie, 182 Lochee rd. ; 
19th, Miss Brown, 10 Gannochie ter. ; 20th, Miss Wann, 287 Strathmore 
avenue; 21st, Miss Wallace, 22 Peddie st. 

Guides — 1st, Miss Gow, S2 Victoria rd. ; 2nd, Miss Whytock, 11 Thomson 
st.; 3rd, Miss Small, 32 Glenesk avenue; 4a, Miss Malcolm, 1 Seafield rd. ; 
6a, Miss Moodie, Union cottage, W. Newport; 7a, Miss .Stewart, 372 Perth 
rd. ; 8th, Miss Kerr, 5 Airlie place; 9th, Miss Reynolds, 18 Airlie place; 
10a, Mrs Bayne, 5 Lynnewood ter. ; 11th, Miss Peat, 11 Alpin rd. ; 12th, 
Miss Robbie, 64 Forfar rd. ; 13th, Miss Winton, S Greenfield pi. ; 14th, Miss 
Watson, 6 Whitehall cres. ; loth, Miss Duncan, 4c King St.; 16th, Miss 
Kirk, 7 Abbotsford St.; 17a, Miss Kinnear, 142 City rd. ; 18th, Miss Crabbe, 
7 Hyndford pi.; 19th, Miss Kyd, 21 Camperdown St., B.F. ; 20th, Miss 
Purgavie, 39 Strathmartine rd. ; 21a, Miss Adams, 24 Kinloch ter. ; 22nd, 
Miss Small, 32 Glenesk avenue; 23rd, Miss Johnston, 28 Forest Park rd. ; 
24th, Miss Pattullo, 359 Perth rd. ; 25th, Miss Paterson, 272 Blackness rd. ; 
26th, Mrs Steedman, 52 Roseangle, 27th, Miss Pattullo, 496 Perth rd. ; 28th, 
Miss Davidson, 3 Kilberry st. ; 29th, Miss Cumming, 59 Magdalen Yard rd. ; 
30th, Miss Mirley, 5 Blackness avenue; 31a, Miss Walker, 21 Scott St.; 
32nd, Miss Dunn, 21 Lintrathen gardens; 33rd, Miss Robertson, 69 Tay St.; 
34th, Miss M'Farlane, 20 Corso St.; 35a, Miss Masson, 4 Wilkie's lane; 
36th, Miss Ramsay, 340 King St., B.F. ; 37th, Miss Breslin, 36 Scott St.; 
3Sth, Miss E. Butchart, 26 Albany ter. ; 39th, Miss Neilson, 293 Strathmore 
avenue; 40th, Miss Watterston, 6 Duff St.; 41st, Miss Cathro, 35 Guthrie st. ; 
42nd, Miss Jack, 4 Roseangle ter.; 43rd, Miss Herald, 323 Clepington rd. ; 
44th, Miss E. Winton, 2 Tofthill, Lochee; 45th, Miss Henderson, 59 Main 
St.: 46th, Miss Petrie, 8 Kingsway; 48th, Mrs Edward, 11 Esplanade, B.F. ; 

49th. Miss Martin, ; 50th, Miss Smart, 23 Law rd. ; 51st, Miss Soutar, 

45 Commercial St.; 52nd, Miss Hardie, 9 King St., B.F. ; 53rd, Miss Wilson, 
20 Glenprosen ter. ; 54th, Miss Anderson, 28 Dura st. ; 55th Miss Manzie, 
45 Baldovan ter. 

Brownies and Brown Owls — 1st, Miss Duncan, 357 Strathmartine rd. ; 
3rd, Miss Smith, 12 Reres rd., B.F. ; 4a, Miss Imrie, 3 Dens rd. ; 5a, Miss 
G. Nicoll, 80 Hawkhill; 6a, Miss Borthwick, Newburgh rd. , Wormit; 7a, 

Miss Taylor, 4 Bellefield avenue; Sth, Miss Wears, ; 8a, Miss Hunt, 

1 Forebank ter.; 9th, Miss Kennedy, 11 Glamis drive; 11a, Miss Taylor, 
49 Strathern rd., B.F. ; lib, Miss Stewart, 1S3 Clepington rd. ; 12a, Miss 
Phillips, 134 Albert St.; 12b, Miss Craig, 24 Dean ave.; 14th, Miss Masson, 
4 Wilkie's lane; 15th, Miss Adamson, 105a Nethergate; 16a, Miss Reekie, 
Kinledie, Forfar; 16b, Miss M'Quillan, 68 Ann St.; 17th, Miss Laskie, 1 
Westpark gardens; 19th, Miss Mann, 114 Brook St., B.F. ; 20th, Miss D. 
Nicoll, 80 Hawkhill; 21a, Mrs Edward. 11 Esplanade, B.F. ; 22nd, Miss 
Lackie, 182 Lochee rd. ; 23rd, Miss Husband, 1 Marshall st. ; 24th, Miss 
Stewart, 9 Coupar Angus rd. ; 25a, Miss Wood, 35 Edward St.; 25b, Miss 
Brown, 10 Ireland's lane: 26th, Miss Good, 7 William St.; 27th, Miss 
Crockhart, 7 Noran avenue; 28th, Miss Rattray, 22 Constitution St.; 29th, 
Miss Watt, 16 Woodside ter. ; 29b, Miss Brown, 10 Baxter Park ter. ; 31a, 
Miss Andrews, 330 King St., B.F. ; 33rd, Miss Ogilvie. 27 Park avenue; 34th, 
Miss Beaton, 9 Mid wynd ; 35th, Miss Carrie, 101 Hilltown; 36th, Miss Watt, 
Camperdown, Newport; 38th, Miss Fraser, 256 Blackness rd. ; 39th, Miss 
Roberts, 97 Byron cres.; 40th, Miss Anderson, 14 Arthurstone ter.;. 41st, 
Miss Johnstone, 3 Ellen st. ; 42nd, Mrs Shedden, 69 Magdalen Yard rd. ; 
43rd, Miss J. Flood, 69 Pitkerro rd. ; 44th, Miss Noble, 12 Stevenson st. ; 
45th, Miss Grant, 9 Woodside ter.; 46th, Miss Fox, 22 Kennilworth avenue; 
47th, Miss Reid, 12 Martin St.; 49th, Miss Clark, 10 Garland pi.; 51st', 
Miss Jamie, 48 Peddie st. ; 52nd, Miss Winter, 11 Ogilvie St.; 54th, Miss 
Manzie, 45 Baldovan ter.; 55th, Miss Ross, 10 Kinghorne rd. Post Guides — 
Miss Parker, 27 Strathern rd., W.F. Post Brown Owls — Miss Reekie, 
Kinledie, Forfar. 



86 ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 

SCOTTISH SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION FOR CHRISTIAN 
EDUCATION, Dundee Local Union. — Secretary, John Cape, Kelso street. 

CHURCH OF SCOTLAND YOUNG MEN'S GUILD, Dundee Provincial 
Council. — Treasurer and Secretary, Thos.M. Stewart, jun., 38Cobdenst., L'hee. 

CHURCH OF SCOTLAND YOUTH OFFICE.— 80 Nethergate, Secre- 
tary, Miss Isabel H. Skinner. 
DUNDEE WESLEY GUILD.— Secretary, T. Pethrick, 34 Dean avenue. 

THE BOYS' BRIGADE, Dundee Battalion.— Headquarters, 7 White- 
hall crescent. President, R. R. Smith ; Vice-President, W R. Ingram ; 
Secretary, C. Boyd Anderson, 7 Whitehall crescent ; Treasurer, Arthur E. 
Barry, 444 Blackness road. 

Dundee Companies, with their respective Captains. — 1st (St Paul's 
Mission), Leslie B. Weatherhead, 540 Strathmartine rd. ; 2nd (Ward Chapel 
C.U.), D. Winton, 272 Blackness road; 3rd (Y.M.C.A.), James Macdonald, 
30 Ellengowan drive; 4th (St Mark's), Stewart Robb, 23 Perth road; 5th 
(Chalmers), John Smith, 38 Blackness road; 6th (Lochee East), R. G. 
Reid, 2 Liff road, Lochee; 7th (Morison C.U.), J. B. Dundas, 35 Glamis 
road; 8th (Episcopal Church), W. F. Ferguson, 186 Arbroath road; 9th 
(M'Cheyne), A. J. Henderson, 365 Perth road; 10th (Wallacetown) , W. 
Longair, 83 Ellengowan drive; 11th (Logie), John Steele, 6 Nevill 
street, Downfield; 12th (High), W. J. Paton, 183 Clepington road; 13th 
(Clepington), James Mitchell, 58 Mains road; 14th (Free Breakfast 
Mission), J. K. Robertson, 51 Woodside terrace; 15th (Ogilvie), J. C. 
Taylor, 4 Sibbald street; 16th (St James'), J. M. Smith, 368 Strathmartine 
road; 17th (Lochee West), J. Chalmers, 23 Wellgrove street, L. ; 18th (St 
Peter's), David Donald, 5 Panmure terrace; 19th (Tay Square), Robert 
M'Farlane, 2 Wilkie's lane; 20th (St John's), Arthur E. Barry, 444 

Blackness road; 21st (Ward Road Baptist), ; 22nd (Trinity C.U.), 

D. D. Ross, 41 Rosefield street; 23rd (St George's), J. Eggie, 1 Gibson 
terrace; 24th (Dundee St Mary's Blackscroft Mission), A. M'Kechnie, 1 
Cunningham street; 25th (Baxter Park), A. R. Millar, 40 Kemback street; 

26th (Hilltown), ; 27th (Wishart Memorial), T. C. Stocks, 17 Baxter 

Park terrace; 28th (Maryfield), J. B. Roger, 295 Strathmore avenue; 29th 
(Bonnethill), Stewart Allan, 12 Garland place; 30th (Princes Street C.U.), 

; 31st (Butterburn), D. Carmichael, 30 Reform street; 32nd (St 

Matthew's), J. L. Johnston, 59 Victoria street; 33rd (Willison-Bell) , J. M. 
Innes, 90 Kinghorne road; 34th (St Luke's), J. W. Taylor, 16 Alpin ter. ; 
35th (Rosebank), A. P. Wilkie, St Mary place; 36th (St Enoch's), W. 
Cranmer, 2 Arklay terrace; 37th (St Clement's), J. A. Davidson, 15 West 
Bell street; 38th (Russell Chapel C.U.), G. W. Henderson, 57 Abbotsford 
street; 39th (Martyrs), J. Fyfe, 19 Corso street; 40th (Chapelshade), B. 
Allan, 57a Hilltown; 41st (Broughty Ferry Y.M.C.A.), David Hepburn, 19 
Castle street, B.F. ; 42nd (Strathmartine), H. J. Lund, 255 Strathmore 
avenue; 43rd (Balgay) , Frederick Gordon, 101 Tullideph place, L. ; 44th 
(Invergowrie), Rev. Allan Bell, St Columba's Manse, Invergowrie; 45th 
(Fairmuir), W. T. Ellis, 337 Strathmore avenue; 46th (S. Margaret's 
Episcopal Church), Kenneth M. Ritchie, 31 Cleghorn street; 47th (St 
David's North), A. D. Scott, 38 Glenogil avenue. 

BOYS' BRIGADE (Church of Scotland).— St Andrew's— Captain, R. A. 
Smith ; Secretary, Alexander Williamson, 10 Mains loan. 

THE LIFE BOYS (the Junior Reserve of the Boys' Brigade), Dundee 
Area. — Chairman and Supervisor, J. Armstrong Barry, 21 Reform street ; 
Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Miss Anne B. Geekie, 33 Blackness avenue. 

Dundee Teams with their respective Leaders-in-Charge. — 2nd (Ward 
Chapel), Miss E. Gorrie, 29 Bruce street; 5th (Chalmers), Miss J. Watson, 
27 Hawkhill ; 7th (Morison C.U.), J. B. Dundas, 35 Glamis road ; 
9th (M'Cheyne), E. W. Stephen, 9 Blackness avenue ; 10th (Wallace- 
town) , Miss E. Brown, 20 Forebank road ; 11th (Logie) , Miss M. Blyth, 
86 Peddie street; 13th (Clepington), Miss M. Clark, 29 Bonnybank rd. ; 
14th (Free Breakfast Mission), Miss J. Malone, 247 Arbroath road; 15th 
(Ogilvy), Miss C. Low, 23 Morgan street; 16th (St James'), Robert Simmie, 
215 Clepington road; 17th (Lochee East), Miss J. Matthew, 2 Paradise 
road; 19th (Tay Square), G. Smith, 5 Cunningham street; 20th (St John's), 
Miss M. Mitchell, 22 Raglan street; 22nd (Trinity C.U.), A. Ford, 17 Hill 
street; 23rd (St George's), John Eggie, 1 Gibson terrace; 25th (Baxter 
Park), C. Millar, 5 Wolseley street; 28th (Maryfield), Miss J. Craig, 91 
Arbroath road; 29th (Bonnethill), S. Allan, 12 Garland place; 31st 
(Butterburn), Miss Doig, 53 Main street; 34th (St Luke's), Miss H. 



ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 87 

Morrison, 28 Alpin terrace; 35th (Rosebank), Rev. John Howat, 5 Douglas 
terrace; 36th (St Enoch's), Miss H. Cranmer, 2 Arklay terrace; 37th 
(St Clement's), Miss A. B. Geekie, 33 Blackness avenue; 39th (Martyrs), 
J. Fyfe, 19 Corso street; 40th (Chapelshade) , W. Clark, 4 Gardner's 
lane; 41st (Y.M.C.A., Broughty Ferry), J. Cockerill, 10 Brook street, B.F. ; 
42nd (Mains and Strathmartine) , Miss C. Melville, 3 Baldovan road, 
Downfield; 43rd (Balgay) , Miss B. Croll, 15 Benvie road; 45th (Fairmuir), 
Miss M. Rutherford, 10 Lintrathen gardens; 46th (S. Margaret's Episcopal), 
Rev. R. F. Strathern, 19 Ancrum road, Lochee; 47th (St David's North, 
S. Mann, 285 Strathmore avenue; Unattached — S. Salvador's Episcopal, 
J. Hutchison, 9 Kinloch street; Mains Parish, Robert Jack, 72 Woodside 
avenue; Castle Street Congregational, Miss R. Reid, 12 Martin street; 
Lochee Baptist, Dr H. Fraser, 2 Stewart street, Lochee; High Church), 
Miss Stirling, 21 Johnston avenue. 

CHURCH OF SCOTLAND GIRLS' ASSOCIATION, Dundee Com- 
mittee. — Secretary, Miss Dorothy Wilson, 20 Glenprosen terrace. 

THE GIRLS' GUILDRY, Dundee Centre.— President, Miss Henderson ; 
Vice-Presidents, Mrs H. Walker, Mrs Rettie, Lady Don, Mrs Donald, Mrs 
R. R. Smith, Miss Couper, Mrs C. F. Henderson, Miss A. J. Weir, Mrs 
W. H. Buist ; Hon. Treasurer. Miss K. Nairn ; Hon. Secretary, Miss 
Weatherhead, 13 Dudhope terrace. 

Guardians and Companies — 1st (Chalmers), Miss Lindsay, 46 Ashbank 
road; 2nd (St George's), Miss Elder, 25 Morgan street; 3rd (St John's), 
Miss Cameron, 59 Ashbank road; 4th (Wallacetown), Miss Young, 32 Forfar 
road; 5th (Lochee West), Miss Allan, 47 Rankine street; 6th (Lochee 
East), Mrs Langlands, Cherrygrove, Birkhill; 7th (St Paul's), Miss 

Weatherhead, 13 Dudhope terrace; 8th (St David's North), ; 9th 

(Morison C.U.), Mrs Reid, 43 East Haddon road; 10th (M'Cheyne), Miss 
Cowper, 13 Fort street; 11th (Lochee Road), Miss M'Kenzie, 22 Muirton 
road, Lochee; 12th (Y.W.C.A.), Miss Bliss, 33 South Tay street; 13th (St 
Matthew's), Miss Joss, 6 Eliza street; 14th (St Ninian's), Miss Moncrieff, 
12 Ashbank road; 15th (St Andrew's), Miss R. O. Gibson, 15 Baxter Park 
terrace; 16th (Bonnethill) , Mrs Rodger, 492 Strathmartine road, Downfield; 
17th (Mains), Mrs Sinclair, The Manse, Mains; 18th (Lochee Baptist), 
Mrs Fraser, 2 Stewart St., Lochee; 19th (Free Breakfast Mission), . 

CITY OF DUNDEE BOY SCOUTS' ASSOCIATION. County Council.— 
Hon. President, The Lord Provost ; Chairman, J. Ernest Cox ; Vice- 
Chairman, H. S. Sharp ; County Commissioner, Colonel D. A. Tyrie ; 
County Commissioner for Rovers, W. J. Lee ; Hon. Count; Treasurer, J. L. 
Stevenson ; County Secretary, Major C. C. Lamb, 172 Nethergate ; Western 
District Commissioner, W. A. Elgood ; Assistant, R. Hamilton ; Eastern 
District Commissioner, David Mudie ; Assistant, W. L. Smith ; Broughty 
Ferry District Commissioner, R. J. Loggie; Assistants, T, Leslie Smith 
and D. N. Mitchell. 

Local Associations. — Western — Chairman, Sir Alexander Spence; 
Hon. Secretary, David Drummond, 11 Whitehall street ; Eastern — Chairman, 
James King ; Hon. Secretary, Rover J. Lowdon, 60 Craigie avenue; Broughty 
Ferry— Chairman, W. Ross Smith ; Hon. Secretary, J. W. Mackay, 22 
Cedar road, B.F. 

Troups and Scoutmasters — (No. 1) R. Sim, 7 Glenisla terrace; (2) G. 
Hunter, 253 Blackness road; (3) F. Y. Henderson, 21 Arklay street; (4) 
E. Lynam, 12 City road; (5) P. Jackson, 1 Muirfield street; (6) Rev. H. 
Andrew, 11 Park place, Ancrum road, Lochee; (7) L. C. Pringle, 8 Victoria 
road; (8) J. Mackenzie, 12 Glenclova terrace; (9) R. Card, 1 Gibson ter. ; 
(12) J. Yeaman, 9 Byron crescent; (13) W. F. M'Call, 62 Taylor's lane; 
(14) N. H. Fleming 40 Thomson street; (16) H. Muir, Woodside, Newport; 
(17) J. Ritchie, 43 Union street; (19) J. Marshall, 65 Glenmarkie terrace; 
(20) R. Lamont, 1 Glenisla terrace; (21) A. B. Jeans, 333 Kingsway; (22) 
H. P. Gardiner, Balbunnoch, Invergowrie; (26) J. Inglis, 42 King's road; 
(31) S. MacDonald, 101 Ferry road; (32) W. M'Cord, 15 Lorimer street; 
(34) A. G. Maltman, 365 Strathmartine road; (36) V. Illingworth, 5 Gray's 
lane, Lochee; (38) F. Gray, Balgowan School, Downfield; (39) A. H. 
Johnson, 12 William st. ; (40) T. M'Gann, 7 Langlands st. ; (41) J. D. Kidd, 
12 Lintrathen gardens; (43) J. Burgess, 9 Tullideph rd. ; (44) T. Druiett, 
24 School road, Downfield; (46) Rev. J. Sell, 21 Airlie place; (48) D. S. 
R. Stark, 12 Arthurstone terrace; (50) W. P. Gowans, 9 Arklay street: 
(51) E. F. Lynch, 80 Blackness road; (53) J. Couper, 34 William street; 



88 ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 

(54) A. M'Pherson, 1 Gibson ter. ; (55) W. L. Smith, 588 Strathmartine rd. , 
Downfield. Broughty Ferry — (10) D. N. Mitchell, 22 Douglas terrace, B.F. ; 
(23) W. J. Sharp, 6 Yewbank avenue, B.F. ; (25) A. H. Rouse, 54 Seafleld 
road, B.F. ; (27) T. Leslie Smith, 81 Dundee road, B.F. ; (35) R. M. 
Edward, 40 Forthill drive, B.F. ; (45) F. J. Ribbeck, 36 Monifieth rd., B.F. ; 
(49) J. O. Stoneman, 3 Boyd place, B.F. 

Wolf Cubs (Junior Scouts) — (No. 1) Miss N. M'Kenzie, 33 Kilberry st. ; 
(5) Miss J. V. Muir, IS Duntrune terrace, B.F. ; (6) D. P. Wilson, 68 Bell 
street; (7) Miss E. Whamond, 13 Nairn street; (9) Miss E. M. Baxter, 
Collingwood street, Barnhill ; (10) Mrs E. J. Mitchell, 22 Douglas terrace, 
B.F. ; (12) Miss I. Kelly, 59 Blackscroft; (13) R. S. Conacher, 40 Cleghorn 
street; (14) Miss M. Winton, 54 Roseangle; (16) T. M. Walker, Newton- 
park, Wormit; (17) J. Ritchie, 43 Union street; (18) Miss Ness, Edward 
place, Muirhead of Liff; (19) J. Marshall, 65 Glenmarkie terrace; (20) R. 
C. Lamont, 1 Glenisla terrace; (21) A. B. Jeans, 333 Kingsway; (23) Miss 
B. Knight, 39 Fort street, B.F. ; (25) Miss E. Rouse, 21 King street, B.F. ; 
(26) J. Wallace, 6 Abbotsford place; (31) J. N. Low, 172 Clepington rd. ; 
(32) J. Teaman, 53 Dens road; (34) W. R. M'Ewan, 249 Strathmartine rd. ; 
(35) R. M. Edward, 40 Forthill drive, B.F. ; (36) Miss K. Strachan, 19 
Ancrum road, Lochee; (38) Miss A. T. Smart, 5 Baldovan road, Downfield; 
(40) Miss H. Herbert, 27 Clepington rd. ; (41) Miss E. M'Laren, 94 Dalkeith 
road; (43) R. MacEwan, 23 Campbell street, Lochee; (44) Miss C. M'Cord, 
15 Lorimer street; (45) Miss D. Edward, 69 Church street, B.F. ; (46) 
Miss A. H. Lunan, 5 Balfour street; (48) Miss E. Ducat, Stobswell School- 
house; (50) W. MacDonald, 9 Arklay street; (51) E. F. Lynch, SO Black- 
ness road; (52) Miss K. Lowdon, 60 Craigie avenue; (53) Miss A. C. 
Skinner, 6 Woodville place; (54) J. Robbie, 1 Gibson terrace, Mains loan; 
(56) Miss R. Culross, 59 Blackscroft. 

ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS, 31 Eeform street.— Secretary, D. F. 
Murray, 17 Old Glamis road. 

INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION.— Secretary, 
Charles Robb, 1 Elgin street. 

ANGUS CHRISTIAN UNION.— Hon. Secretary, William C. Ramsay, 
45 East Abbey street, Arbroath. 

ALLIANCE OF HONOUR, Dundee and District Branch. —Hon. Secretary, 
P. F. Duncan, 41 Reform street. 

Women's Section. — Hon. Secretary, Mrs Gow, 1 Dudhope street. 

WEST END CHURCHES CLUB (Young Men's Club).— Secretary, 
Joseph Wallace, 6 Abbotsford place. 

ST ANDREW CLUB (Church of Scotland).— Secretary, Rev. John 
Howat, B. D. , 5 Douglas terrace. 

DUNDEE BROTHERHOOD, Foresters' Halls. — Secretary, James 
Smeaton, 60 North Court street. 

Lochee Brotherhood. — Secretary, James Ashton, jun., 146 City road. 

M'Chetne Brotherhood (M'Cheyne Church). — Secretary, Stewart Liddle, 
362 Perth road. 

Broughty Ferky Brotherhood. — Secretaries, J. B. Sheriff, 21 King st., 
Broughty Ferry, and P. F. Cassie, 86 Forthill drive, B.F. 

DUNDEE SISTERHOOD (Wesleyan Hall, Ward road).— Speakers' 
Secretary, Mrs J. Seaton, 2 Logie avenue. 

CHURCH SISTERS' ASSOCIATION— President and Secretary, Miss 
E. Lindsay, 46 Ashbank road. 

NATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND, Dundee Auxiliary.— 
Hon. Secretary, Robert Duncan, Y.M.C.A. ; Hon. Treasurer, George A. 
Reid, 22 Meadowside. 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY.— Clerk, Miss B. Sheppard, 104 
Nethergate. 
TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES— 

Church of Scotland Assembly Committee on Temperance. —District 
Agent, Roderick Pettigrew, 3 Elm street. 

Scottish Temperance Alliance, Dundee Branch. — Hon. Secretary and 
Agent, John M'Cafferty, 4 School drive, Downfield. 

The Prohibition Party— Office, Prohibition Hall, 68 Murraygate.— 
Secretary, Alexander Donnet, 1 City road. 



ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS. 89 

Dundee and District Band op Hope Union. — Secretary, Roderick 
Pettigrew, 3 Elm street. Local Bands of Hope on Roll — 

Bonnethill — John J. Husband, 114 Rose 
bank street 



Bridgefoot — Rev. John Sinclair, Mains 

Manse 
Butterburn — J. Munro, 20 Mortimer st. 
Caledonia Hall — Miss M. Allan, 15 Lochee 

road 
Chalmers — Rev. J. Bishop, 27 Windsor st. 
C.F.B. Mission— J. P. M'Gregor, 185 

Clepington road 
Commercial Hope, I.O.G.T. — James 

Clark, 15 Mains terrace 
Dudhope — Miss Simpson, 310 Blackness 

road 
Dudhope Free— William Kennedy, 319 

Hilltown 
Excelsior— James E.Butterfield, 178 South 

road, Lochee 
Forward Tent, I.O.R.— P. Dobson, 242 

Clepington road 
Hilltown— Thomas Stark, 2 Ellen street 
Hope of Newport, I.O.R.— Fred G. 

Honevman, Taycliffe, East Newport 
IslaTent.I.O.R. — R. W. Cardno, 41 Rose- 
field street 
Lochee Baptist — Mrs R. J. Fraser, 2 

Stewart street, Lochee 



Lochee Bog Mission — James Goodall, 11 

Loons road, Lochee 
Mains — James Fenwick, Old Glamis road 
Midmill — Rev. John Sinclair, Mains 

manse, Old Glamis road 
Maxwelltown Baptist — Miss Thomson, 

150 Hilltown 
Perseverance Tent — William Allan, 42 

St Mary place 
Russell Chapel — J. W. Robertson, 91 

Blackness avenue 
St Mark's— Miss M'Pherson, 227 Hawkhill 
St Peter's— J. T. Edwards, 43 Peddie st. 
Strathmartine — Allan Cunning-ham, 492 

Strathmartine road, Downfield 
Taylor's Lane — E. Bathie, 6 Shepherd's 

loan 
Temperance Home, I.O.G.T.— Mrs John 

M'Cafferty, 4 School drive, Downfield 
Upward — P. Dobson, 242 Clepington rd. 
Victory Tent, I.O.R.— P. Dobson, 242 

Clepington road 
Wallacetown Tent— Robert J. Sword, 14 

West wynd 
Wesleyan — Miss Low, 16 King's road 
Westport— G. Jamieson, 3 Rosewood ter- 
race 



British Women's Temperance Association— (Angus District Union). 
— President, Mrs G. A. Jeffrey, 6 Hermonhill terrace ; Hon. Treasurer, Miss 
Silvie, 19 Ward road ; Hon. Secretary, Miss M. Allan, 42 St Mary place. 
Dundee Branches and Secretaries — 



Dundee — Miss E. Spence, 7 Airlie terrace 
Western— Mrs Low, 12 Whitehall crescent 
Maxwelltown — Mrs Walker, 8 Nicoll street 
Martyrs — Mrs Mills. 44 Ure street 
Brought}' Ferry— Miss Bell, 397 King 

street, Brought}' Ferry 
Bonnethill— MrsMackenzie, 13 Sandeman 

street 
Northern — Miss Silvie, 45 Erskine street 
Caledonia— Miss M. M'Lagan, 45 Blackness 

road 



St Paul's Mission — Miss A. Hunt, 1 Fore- 
bank terrace 

Margaret Y.— Miss Allan, 18 Cobden 
street, Lochee 

Y.W.C.A., Lochee— Miss Lees, Highst.,L. 

Clepington — Mrs Adamson, 351 Clep. rd. 

Sunshine— Miss Rodger, 5 Adelaideterrace 

Grace Darling— Miss S. Deas, 1 Mid street 

Newport — Mrs Brown, Eastbrook, East 
Newport 

Balgay— Mrs Kinnear, 17a Roseangle 



LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY, Dundee Auxiliary.— Secretary, 
Rev. H. A. Inglis, 7 Union terrace. Juvenile Auxiliary. — Secretary, Miss 
Robertson, 91 Blackness avenue. Ladies' Auxiliary. — Secretary, Miss Valen- 
tine, 15 Hazel drive. 

WALDENSIAN MISSIONS AID SOCIETY. — Hon. Secretary and 
Treasurer, Rev. David Dick, 23 Albany terrace. 

LIVINGSTONIA MISSION, Local Committee.— Hon. Secretary and 
Treasurer, H. Craigie Smith, 10 Rankine's court. 

HEART OF AFRICA MISSION. 
Constitution terrace. 



-Local Secretary, Miss Johnston, 10 



KIKUYU MISSION.— Local Secretary, John M'Gregor, 8 Wortley place. 

INLAND SOUTH AMERICA MISSIONARY UNION.— Local Secretary, 
Miss Evelyn Scott, 444 Perth road. 

EVANGELICAL UNION OF SOUTH AMERICA, Dundee Auxiliary.— 
Secretary, G. H. Lindsay, 3 Cowrie street ; Box Secretary, Miss Jessie 
Malone, 247 Arbroath road. 

DUNDEE MISSIONARY TRAINING CLASSES, Y.M.C.A.— Secretary, 
A. A. Lorimer, 10 Reform street. 



(90) 

EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY 
INSTITUTIONS. 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE.— Trustees— The Lord Provost; Major-General 
Sir Robert Hutchison, K.C.M.G., M.P. ; DingleM. Foot, M.P.; Miss Florence 
Horsbrugh, M.P.; Robert Carmichael Malcolm, M.A., LL.B., Sheriff- 
Substitute, Dundee ; James A. R. Mackinnon, Sheriff-Substitute, Forfar ; 
Lord Dean of Guild W. Halley Brown. 

Governors— Life: W. C. Leng, LL.D., J. G. F. Lowson, Ph.D., Mrs 
Eleanor Sharp, Mrs B. Sharp, Mrs A. Mackenzie, Mrs W. Wilson, 
Robert Fleming, LL.D., J. Ernest Cox, B.A., LL.D., D. C. Thomson, 
J. C. Buist, LL.D., W. G. Robertson, M.A., J. B. Don, M.A., 
T. N. J. Bell, D.L., Sir William Henderson, C.B., LL.D., P. S. Brown, 
W. W. Fairweather, George S. Lamb, William Low, LL.D. (Blebo), William 
Low, B.Sc. (Balmakewan), Alex. Mackay, C.A., Fred. B. Sharp, T. H. 
Smith, M.A., Miss Wybrants, James B. Ballingall, M.A., LL.B., Lieut. - 
Colonel H. M. Ballingall, Mrs Edward Cox of Cardean, William Ballingall, 
M.A., J. E. A. Steggall, M.A., Charles H. Marshall. S.S.C. Ex-officio: 
Earl of Strathmore, LL.D., Lord-Lieutenant of the County; W. T. J. S. 
Steuart Fothringham, Convener of the County; Capt. W. T. Shaw, M.P. for 
the County; Maj.-Gen. Sir Robert Hutchison, K.C.M.G., M.P. for Montrose 
Burghs; George Morton, M.A. , LL.B., K.C., Sheriff of the County; Lord 
Dean of Guild William Halley Brown ; James Prain, for the Chamber of 
Commerce; C. C. Duncan, for the High School; W. H. Buist, for the 
Free Library, and the members of the College Council for the time being. 

Council. — Electedby the Governors: J. Ernest Cox, B. A., LL.D. (Chairman), 
William Low, B.Sc. (Balmakewan), John C. Buist, LL.D., James Prain, 
George Bonar, P. S. Brown, W. C. Leng, LL.D., Thomas H. H. Walker, Wm. 
Low, LL.D. (Blebo), William Dunbar Macdougall, M.A., LL.B., William H. 
Valentine, B.A., AtholeF. Stewart. Ex-officio: The Lord Provost, DingleM. 
Foot, M.P., Miss Florence Horsbrugh, M.P., Sheriff Malcolm, Sheriff 
M'Donald, The Principal of the College, Sir James C. Irvine, C.B.E., LL.D., 
D.C.L., F.R.S. (elected by Privy Council); W. Moir Scott, President of 
the Chamber of Commerce ; Professor A. R. Fulton, D.Sc, A.M.Inst.C.E. 
(elected by the Professors) ; the President of the College ; Chairman of 
Directors 'Royal Infirmary ; W. G. B. Oliver, M.A., LL.B., W.S., Secretary. 

Principal (Interim) — 
Sir James Colquhoun Irvine, C.B.E., D.Sc, LL.D., D.C.L., F.R.S. 
Professors — 

Mathematics J. E. A. Steggall, M.A., F.R.S.E., 

Hon. A.R.I.B.A. 

Physics (Harris Chair) William Peddie, D.Sc, F.R.S.E. 

Chemistry Alexander M'Kenzie, M.A. , Ph.D., D.Sc, 

F.R.S. 

Engineering and Drawing A. R. Fulton, D.Sc, A.M.Inst.C.E. 

NaturalHistory( J. B. BaxterChair) Alexander David Peacock, D. Sc. , F. R. S. E. 

Botany R. A. Robertson, M.A., B.Sc. 

Education W. W. M'Clelland, M.A., B.Sc, B.Ed. 

Anatomy (T. H. Cox Chair) D. Rutherford Dow, M.D., F.R.C.P.E. 

Physiology E. Waymouth Reid, B.A., M.B., Sc.D., 

F.R.S. 

Surgery L. TurtonPrice, M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S.E. 

Medicine Adam Patrick, M.A., M.D., F.R.F.P.S. 

Materia Medica F. J. Charteris, M.D. 

Pathology Daniel F. Cappell, M.D. 

Midwifery John M'Gibbon, M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.P.E. 

Bacteriology W. J. Tulloch, O.B.E., M.D. 

Lecturers. — Latin, W. L. Lorimer, M.A. (Reader); English, George 
Soutar, M.A.,D.Litt. (Reader); Ophthalmology, Angus MacGillivray, M.D., 
D.Sc, F.R.S.E. (Reader); Geology, D. E. Innes, M.C., M.A. (Reader); 
Fevers and Public Health, W. L. Burgess, M.D. (Reader) ; Scots Law, James 
Allison, C.B.E., M.A., LL.B.; Mental Diseases, W. Tuach Mackenzie, M.D. ; 



EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 91 

Clinical Medicine, W. E. Foggie, D.S.O., M.A., M.D.; Diseases of Skin, 
F. M. Milne, M.A., B.Sc, M.B., Ch.B.: Diseases of Throat, Nose, and Ear, 
R. P. Mathers, M.D.; Anaesthetics, Arthur Mills, M.D.; German, Kenneth 
C. Hayens, M.A., D.Litt., and Charles T. Carr, M.A.; Forensic Medicine 
(Vacant); French, W. M'Causland Stewart, M.A., and C. B. Lewis, M.A., 
Ph.D.; Clinical Surgery, John Anderson, M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S.E., and 
R. C. Alexander, M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S.E.; Pathology, G. R. Tudhope, 
M.B., Ch.B., Ph.D.; Natural Philosophy, James Forrest, M.A., D.Sc; 
Engineering, W. M. Mackay, M.C., B.Sc, George S. Steel, B.Sc, Ph.D., 
and John M. Hay, B.Sc; Philosophy, John N. Wright, M.A.; Botany, 
Edith Philip Smith, B.A., Ph.D.; Chemistry, J. D. M. Ross, M.A., D.Sc, 
and Robert Roger, B.Sc, Ph.D.; Mathematics, Frederick Bath, B.Sc, 
Ph.D.; Conveyancing, H. J. Carlton, M.A., LL.B.; Administration and 
Organisation of Schools, Neil S. Snodgrass, M.A. ; Orthodontia, W. Graham 
Campbell, M.B., CM., D.D.S.; Dental Anatomy, H. Gordon Campbell, 
L.R.C.S., L.D.S.; Dental Histology, D. Lindsay Anderson, L.D.S.; 
Operative Dental Surgery, J. Mudie Petrie, L.D.S.; Dental Mechanics, 
James Bruce, L.D.S. ; Dental Metallurgy, D. Coupar Lamond, L.D.S. ; 
Dental Materia Medica, Wm. Clarke Fraser, L.R.C.S., L.D.S.; Dental 
Surgery and Pathology, "VV. R. Tattersall, L.D.S.; Dental Bacteriology, 
E. E. Cassaday, M.B., Ch.B., L.D.S.; Geology, F. Walker, B.A., D.Sc; 
Diseases of Children, James Thomson, M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.P.E.; Clinical 
Ophthalmology, Allister M. MacGillivray, M.D., and A. R. Moodie, M.D.; 
Radiology, G. H. S. Milln, M.B., Ch.B.; Regional Anatomy, W. F. Harper, 
M.B., Ch.B., Ph.D.; Clinical Pathology, George M. Montgomerie, M.D. 

Assistant Lecturers and Tutors. — Clinical Surgery, John Taylor, M.D., 
Ch.M.; Midwifery, Margaret Fairlie, M.B., Ch.B.; Clinical Surgery, F. R. 
Brown, M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S.E.; Physiology, David Stiven, Ph.D., D.Sc; 
Anaesthetics, J. M. Clark, M.B., Ch.B., J. Duke Stewart, M B., Ch.B., and 
James Ferguson, M.B., Ch.B.; Physics, Winifred J. Smith, B.Sc, Ph.D., 
and Raymond Smart, M.A.; Medicine, J. M. Morgan, M.B., Ch.B.; 
Anatomy, F. M. T. Skae, M.D.; Tuberculosis, J. H. Hunter, M.B., Ch.B.; 
Venereal Diseases, Charles Averill, M.D. ; Diseases of Throat, Nose, and 
Ear, M. J. Gibson, F.R.C.S.E.; Mathematics, Mary C. Simpson, M.A., B.Sc, 
and Leslie M. Brown, M.Sc. ; Public Health, Margaret Scott Dickson, M.B., 
Ch.B.; Chemistry, Isobel A. Smith, M.A., B.Sc, Ph.D., and Douglas J. C. 
Pirie, B.Sc; Materia Medica, Dorothy H. M. Ames, B.Sc, M.D.; Geology, 
James F. Scott, B.Sc, Ph.D., and George A. Cumming, B.Sc, Ph.D.; 
Surgery, R. S. Melville, M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S.E.; Vaccination, W. Fyffe 
Dorward, M.B., Ch.B.; English, Wm. A. AValker, M.A.; French, Gladys 
Dickinson, M.A. ; Clinical Medicine, James M. Stalker, M.B., Ch.B., and 
Alex. Macklin, M.D.; Fevers, Alex. Douglas, B.Sc, M.D.; German, W. L. 
Wardale, M.A.; Bacteriology, W. H. Morton, M.B., Ch.B.; Engineering, 
David Dempster, B.Sc; Zoology, Ann R. Sanderson, B.Sc, Ph.D.; Clinical 
Gynaecology, A. E. Chisholm, M.B., Ch.B., F.R.C.S.E. Librarian— Harry 
M. Willsher, M.A. ; Secretary and Treasurer, W. G. B. Oliver, M.A., LL.B., 
W.S.; Assistant Secretary, Janet R. W. Watterston ; Clerk of Works, Robt. 
J. Linton ; Janitor, W. T. Ramsay. 

Hostel for Women Students, 1 Airlie place. — Warden, Mrs Stewart 
Campbell. 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND HEAD TEACHERS.— (For Education Com- 
mittee of Dundee Town Council see page 44. ) 

Ancrum Road, ... ... ... David Latto, M.A. 

Ann Street, ... ... ... ... William H. Reid, M.A. 

Balfour Street, ... ... ... A. MTntosh, M-A- 
Blackness (161 Blackness road), ... Robert Jack 
Brown Street, ... ... ... David Henderson 

Butterburn (95 Strathmartineroad), ... James Clark 

Clepington (Sandeman street), ... ... W. Gibson 

Cowgate, ... ... ... ... Andrew Allan, M.A. 

Dens Road, ... ... ... ... William E. Reid 

Downfield (School road, Downfield), ... Charles Cruickshank, M.A. 



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EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 



Dudhope (St Mary terrace), 

Eastern (Whinny brae, Broughty Ferry),... 

Glebe Lands (Lily bank road), 

Grove Academy (Church st., Bro'ty Ferry), 

Harris Academy (Perth roadj, 

Hawkhill, 

Hill Street, ... 

Liff Road, Lochee, 

Logie Central School (Blackness road), ... 

Mains, 

Mitchell Street, 

Morgan Academy (Forfar road), 

Rockwell Central School 

Rockwell Primary (Lawton road), 

Rosebank (Tulloch crescent), 

South Road, Lochee, 

Stobswell Central (Eliza street), ... 

Tay Street, ... 

Victoria Road, 

Wallaeetown (Crescent street), ... 

Western (Dundee roar), West Ferry), 

Deaf and Dumb (Dudhope terrace), 

Fairmuir Special for Defective Children 

St John's Central B.C. (Park place), 

St Joseph's R. C. Convent School (Lawside), 

Do. Boys (Daniel street), ... 

Do. Girls (Blackness road), 

St Joseph's R.C. Infants (Blackness road) 

St Andrew's R.C. Boys (Artillery lane), ... 

Do. Girls (174 Overgate), ... 

Do. Infants ,, 

St Mary's R.C. Boys (Forebank road), ... 

Do. Girls (Powrie place), 

Do. Infants (Forebank road), 

St Mary's R.C. Boys (Gibb's lane, Lochee), 

Do. Girls 

Do. Infants ,, 

St Patrick's R.C. (Lily bank road), 
St Martin's Episcopal (67 Derby street), 



Vacant 

J. Leckie Reid, M.A. 

James M'Inroy, M.A. 

James Taylor, M. A. 

Alexander Peterkin, M.A. 

Colin Morrison 

C. N. Ramsay, M.A. 

R. N. Buist, M.A. 

John L. Peters, M.A. 

Miss M. G. Mackintosh 

Robert Duncan, M.A. 

A.Leighton,LL.D.,M.A.,B.Sc. 

John M 'Hardy, M.A. 

John B. Torrance 

Vacant 

James Cant, M.A. 

James Watson, M.A., B.Sc. 

Thomas Gray, M.A. 

A. Mackenzie Fraser, M.A. 

Robert Nicol, M.A. 

Alexander Bryce, M.A. 

Miss Mary Turnbull 

John W. Mann 

Patrick M'Ternan, B.Sc. 

Miss Mary Grannell 

H. Doherty 

Miss Honorah Long 

Miss Mary O'Brien 

William Gilfeather 

\ Miss Maria Morley 

Anthony M'Hugh, A.C.P. 
Miss Annie Guinan 
Miss Helen Timlin 
John M 'Donald 
Miss Helen Coutts 
Miss B. Hobin 
Miss Mary A. M'Erlain 
Miss B. L. Leah 
Chairman of Committee, Neil 



NURSERY SCHOOL, 172 Nethergate. 
S. Snodgrass, M.A., Training College ; Treasurer, Frank G. D. Scott, 
25 Tait's lane; Secretary, Miss E. S. M'Gregor, L.L.A., 365 Blackness 
road. Superintendent, Miss Jessie Porter. 

HIGH SCHOOL.— Directors— Ex officiis— The Lord Provost, Rev. Dr 
Fergusson, Dean of Guild Brown ; from Town Council, Douglas M. Christie ; 
from Education Committee, Garnet D. Wilson, David Allan, Robert 
Loggie, Mrs Shand, Miss Bell ; from Subscribers, Dr MacGillivray, C. C. 
Duncan, William Bruce, Fergus MTntyre, Peter Reid, James Scrimgeour, 
W. H. Valentine ; elected under Act 1882, Sir William High, Hubert Carlton, 
D. A. Anderson, Fergus M. Baxter, Sir A. Spence. 

Rector, Ian M. Bain, M.A., B.A. : Headmasters — English, William P. 
Borland, M.A. ; Mathematics. John B. Meiklejohn, M.A. ; Classics, Ian M. 
Bain, M.A., B.A. ; Modern Languages, William A. Webb, M.A. ; Hand- 
writing, Book-keeping, Phonography, and Commercial Correspondence, 
Robert Mackenzie, M.A. ; Drawing and Painting, James Cadzow ; Science, 
Thomas S. Murray, D.Sc. ; Music, Ernest Treasure; Needlework, Miss Mess; 
Calisthenics, Florence E. Whytock ; Gymnastics, Thomas M'Laren ; Work- 
shop, Andrew S. Simpson ; Cookery, Miss Jarvie. Lady Superintendent 
(Girls' School), Miss A. Freda Barrie, M.A. Janitor, William Smith. 

Treasurer, W. E. Crichton, 22 Meadowside ; Secretary, John L. Stev- 
enson, 46 Reform street. 

DUNDEE TECHNICAL COLLEGE AND SCHOOL OF ART, Bell st. 
— Trustees — Sir David Baxter's Testamentary Trustees — William F. Small, 



EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 93 

Thomas Agnew. Official Trustees — The Lord Provost ; D. Mackintosh Foote, 
M.P.; Florence Horsbrugh, M.P.; Wm. T. Shaw, M.P.; Sheriff Morton: 
Sheriff Malcolm ; Lord Dean of Guild Brown ; Treasurer Frain ; Garnet D. 
Wilson, Chairman of Education Committee; W. Moir Scott, President, 
Chamber of Commerce; Ian M. Bain, M.A., B.A., Bector of High School. 

Committee of Management. — Sir William Henderson (Chairman) ; from 
College Trustees, Sir William Henderson, William S. Thompson, Douglas 
Nairn, W. H. Pilcher, W. G. Anderson, David Scott ; from University College, 
Principal Irvine, Professor Fulton, Professor Peddie, Professor Steggall, 
John Y. Gray; from Town Council, the Lord Provost, D. B. Kidd ; from Dundee 
Education Committee, David Allan, Bev. D. Dick, Bobert Loggie ; from 
Forfarshire Education Committee, Arthur King, W. W. Tyndall; from 
Perthshire Education Committee, William Beid, J. Dalton Henderson ; 
from Fife Education Committee, James Mitchell, John T. Young ; from 
High School, Garnet D. Wilson; from Y.M.C.A., G. Knowles, William 
B. M'Ewan ; from Trades Council, Miss M. Clunas, Mrs L. Millar ; from 
Amalgamated Society of Engineers, Ed. M. Allan. 

Principal — Frank G. Young, B.Sc. 

Teaching Staff. — School of Art. — Francis Cooper, D.A. (Abdn.), 
A.B.C.A. (Lond.), Headmaster; J. Milne Purvis, D.A. (Glas.), Painting 
and Life ; W. Armstrong Davidson, Modelling and Art Handicrafts ; A. 
Leslie Eussell, D.A. (Edin.), Design; Miss I. M. Barnet, D.A. (Abdn.), 
Embroidery, and Assistants. 

Building Trades Classes. — Architecture and Building Construction, H. 
Pearce Bobbie, A.B.I.B.A., James Deuchars, James Nairn; Woodworking: 
Drawing, Thomas Petrie ; Workshop, Bobert Alexander ; Plumbers' Work, 
James Stirling, B.P.; House Painters' Work, J. M'Call and Harry Thomson. 

Mechanical Engineering Classes. — Engineering Drawing and Design, Walter 
M'Nicoll, M.I.Mech.E., and Assistants; Applied Mechanics and Structural 
Engineering, John French, M.A., B.Sc, and Assistants; Motive Power 
Engineering, Bobert Boyds, M.Sc, M.I.Mech.E., and Assistants. 

Electrical Engineering Classes. — Electricity and Electrical Engineering, 
John Conway, B.Sc, M.I.E.E., and Assistants. 

Textile Classes. — Jute and Flax Spinning, Andrew Smith, and Assistants ; 
Jute and Linen Weaving and Textile Design, William H. Cairns, A.T.I., 
George Dalgity and Assistants; Textile Calculations, B. M 'In tosh. 

Naval Architecture, J. A. Liddle, Ship Designer ; Navigation, Captain W . 
K. Stewart and Captain J. W. Stephen; Ambulance, Henry Buist, M.D., 
Ch.B. ; Marine Engineering, W. D. Martin; Mathematics, Alex. D. D. 
M'Kay, M.A., and Assistants ; Chemistry, Charles W. Cochrane, B.Sc, W. S. 
Liddle, B.Sc. ; Pharmacy, David M'Call, B.Sc, Ph.D., Ph.C, Wm. B. Proud- 
foot, Ph.C., and Isabella M'Nicoll, B.Sc; Typography, A. G. C. Cross. 

Secretary and Treasurer, James Keay ; Caretaker, B. F. Batchelor. 

DUNDEE TBAINING COLLEGE (St Andrews Provincial Committee 
for the Training of Teachers), Park pi. —Chairman, Bev. Dr Wm. Nelson. 

Director of Studies. — Professor Wm. M'Clelland, M.A., B.Sc, B.Ed. 

Warden, Miss Edith Luke, M.A. ; Medical Officer, Bobert V. C. Ash, M.B., 
Ch.B., D.P.H., M.C.; Principal Master of Method, Neil S. Snodgrass, M.A. 

Lecturers. — Education, the Director of Studies (Principal Lecturer), 
Thomas Hope, M.A. , B.A., B.Ed. (Lecturer); History and English, Bobert 
L. Mackie. M.A., B.Litt. ; Master of Method, Peter S. Lowson, M.A., B.Sc ; 
Assistant Mistress of Method, Margaret Young, M.A., B.Ed.; Art, Alex- 
ander M. S. Bichardson ; Manual Training, John Kerr ; Physical Education, 
Miss Margaret M. Dow, James Forbes, M.A.; Household Management, 
Miss Esther Clerk ; Nature Study, John Watson, M.A., B.Sc; Needlework, 
Emily J. Jarvie ; Singing and Voice Production, William J. Calderwood ; 
Beligious Instruction, Bev. James Smith, B.D.,Ph.D. ; Chief Clerk, Bobert 
B. Martin ; Janitor, George E. Caithness. 

Hostel. — Mayfield Hostel, 206 Ferry road. — Principal Warden, Miss 
Margaret S. Malloch. College Gardens, Mayfield (Bural School Course). — 
Demonstrator, Alexander Davidson. 



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DUNDEE SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND COMMERCE, 17 Bell 

street. — Committee appointed by Town Council, Lord Provost Johnston, 
Garnet D. Wilson, W. H. Buist, D. R. Kidd, R. Loggie, David Williamson, 
Very Rev. Dean Jobberns. Principal, James A. Bowie, M.A., D.Litt. Sec- 
retary, J. K. Mechan. 

THE DUNDEE EDUCATIONAL TRUST.— For the administration of 
Educational Endowments. Governors — From Town Council, Peter M'Cabe, 
John G. Kinmond, William Dunn, Robert Blackwood ; from Education 
Committee, Garnet D. Wilson, Rev. Dr Wm. Nelson, Robert Loggie ; from 
Kirk-Session, Rev. Dr Adam W. Fergusson, Rev. James Boath Wood, Kev. 
George M. Maclean ; from Chamber of Commerce, Fergus M. Baxter ; from 
Trades Council, D. R Kidd ; from High School, Dr MacGillivray ; from 
University College, Professor Alexander M'Kenzie; from Senatus of the 
University of St Andrews, Professor William W. M'Clelland; Clerk and 
Factor, Douglas D. Urquhart, 148 Nethergate. 

The funds are applied in providing bursaries awarded on competitive 
examination to children of parents not in the receipt of parochial relief, but 
who are in circumstances requiring aid for giving their children higher 
education. The allocation is as follows, viz. : — 

1. Bursaries tenable at the Harris, Morgan, and Grove Academies, and 
Lawside Secondary School, for pupils in the higher grade department, tenable 
for two years, and of the value of £6 to £10 per annum according to class 
attended. All awarded by public competition. Open to children attending 
any Board School in Dundee. Authorized sum £700. 

2. Bursaries tenable (1) at the Middle School of the High School for pupils 
attending a Board school in Dundee who have passed the qualifying examina- 
tion, tenable not longer than three years, of the value of £10, £11, and £12 
each year ; and (2) at the Upper School of the High School for pupils attend- 
ing the High School, tenable not longer than three years, of the annual 
value of £15. Authorized sum £500. 

3. Bursaries tenable at any Scottish University or approved Technical 
School, tenable for three years, of the value of £30 annually. Open to 
pupils who have attended a public or State-aided school in Dundee or the 
High School of Dundee at least one year before examination. Authorized 
sum £300. 

4. Bursaries for pupils attending evening classes for higher or technical 
instruction, of the annual value of £1, £1 10s, and £2. Authorized sum £400. 
The Morgan Trust contributes £150 per annum of this sum. 

5. Grants for the promotion of efficient evening classes for gratuitous 
practical instruction in domestic economy — £250. 

Schedules of application can be obtained from the Clerk during the month 
of February in each year. 

MORGAN TRUST.— Governors— From Town Council, Sir William 
High, Findlay Lesslie ; from Town Council of Forfar, Provost Hanick ; 
from Town Council of Arbroath, Provost Chapel; from Town Council 
of Montrose, ex-Provost Foreman ; from High School, Charles C. Duncan ; 
from Presbytery, Rev. John Sinclair, M. A., B.D. ; from Education Committee, 
Rev. Dr Nelson ; from Nine Trades, W. S. Nicoll. Clerk and Factor, 
James Fenton, 4 High street. 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS.— 

Arnhall College for Boys, 363 Perth road. — Principal — Arthur Whyte, 
M.B.C.P.E. 

Miss Barrow's St Christine's Preparatory School, 147 Brook street, 
Broughty Ferry. — Principal — Miss Barrow. 

Seafield House Preparatory School, 22 Claypots road, Broughty 
Ferry. — Principal — Oswald P. Arton, M.A.(Oxon.). 

Seymour Lodge School for Girls, 259 Perth road. — Principal — Miss 
Robertson. 

Clare School of Music, 9 Ward road. — Principal — Herbert Clare. 

Dundee School of Music, 1 West Bell street. — Principal — Wm. Hartley 



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BUSINESS TRAINING COLLEGES.— 

Bpuee's Business Training: College and School of Shorthand, 
Typewriting, and Book-Keeping, 13 Albert square (Telephone No. 4865). — 
Principal— William Bruce, F.C.I., F.F.T.Com. 

ANGUS COUNTY COUNCIL (EDUCATION COMMITTEE).— 
Monifieth District School Management Committee. — For the Parishes 
of Monifieth, Monikie, and Murroes — Wm, W. Tyndall (Chairman), John 
W. A. Wilson, Arthur Scott, James W. White, John Malcolm, John F. 
Cunningham, William S. Wilson, George Galloway, J. Maxwell Rattray, 
Andrew Millar, Alex. M'Intyre; Clerk, David Gowans, 45 Commercial street. 
Headmasters. — Monifieth, John Malcolm ; Mattocks, T. T. Rennie ; Monikie, 
Wm. S.Wilson; Newbigging, John M'lntosh ; Murroes, John F. Cunningham. 

Mains District School Management Committee. — For the Parishes of 
Dundee (Landward), Mains and Strathmartine, Auchterhouse, and Tealing — 
F. M. Batchelor (Chairman), Robert Wallace, William Cochrane, James 
Millar, Fergus M. Baxter, Jonathan M'Leod, R Nicoll, David Johnston, Rev. 
John K. Cameron ; Clerk, David Gowans, 45 Commercial street. 

Headmasters. — Drumgeith, A. M. Buttar; Strathmartine, A. D. Campbell; 
Auchterhouse, Frank K. Smith ; Tealing, James Macgregor. 

Liff District School Management Committee. — For the Parishes of 
Lundie, Fowlis Easter, and Liff and Benvie — Dr A. B. Dalgetty (Chairman), 
Sydney Smith, John E. Murray, Rev. A. Monro, George S. Hogg, Wm. L. 
Thorns, Patrick K. M. Smith, David Bell; Clerk, David Gowans, 45 
Commercial street. 

Headmasters. — Lundie, James Beattie ; Fowlis Easter, Mrs E. D. 
Storrar ; Liff, Alexander Gloag ; Muirhead, George S. Hogg. 

Newtyle District School Management Committee. — For the Parishes 
of Newtyle, Eassie, Ruthven, and Kettins — Rev. J. Mechie (Chairman), G. 
Annand, James Kirk, James Whitehead, Henry Joiner, T. A. Wedderspoon, 
William R. MacDonald, Fred. A. Lowson, W. D. Graham Menzies. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE COMMERCIAL EDUCATION COM- 
MITTEE.— W. Moir Scott (President), Sir Alexander Spence (Vice-President), 
George Bonar, Sir Wm. Henderson, T. H. H. Walker ; Co-opted Members, 
W. A. Robertson, John S. Lumsden, John R. Cameron, Frank G. Young, 
James A. Bowie ; Organiser, John Muir, 231 Perth road. Secretary, George 
R. Donald, 3 Bank street. 

DUNDEE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, 10 Constitution 
road. — President, Sir Wm. Henderson ; Vice-Presidents, Robert Gibson, 
J. C. Buist, William Nairn, D. M. Brown, W. H. Buist, A. A. Lorimer, 
T. H. Smith, R. Malone, George Knowles, Andrew Buik, A. W. Joyce, 
Charles Robbie, William Strachan ; Directors, R. Ferguson, D. Johnston, 
A. R. M'Farlane, R. Hay, D. Duncan, F. Hunt, jun., Allan Marr, W. O. 
Nicoll, G. C. Sturrock, W. T. Wilson, James M 'Donald, Harry R. Smith, 
E. Palmer, W. A. Milne, T. W. Stewart ; Hon. Secretaries, S. F. Anderson, 
Wm. R. MacEwan ; Hon. Treas., B. L. Nairn, H. Craigie Smith; General 
Secretary, Robert Duncan. Reading and Writing Rooms, also Games Room 
with four billiard tables. Social Parlour. Cricket, Football, Tennis, 
Gymnastic, Swimming, Weight-lifting, and Camera Clubs. Register of 
Lodgings for Young Men. Also Junior Section. Young Men's Bible Class 
every Sunday at 5 p.m.; Junior Class at 2.30 p.m. 

Y.M.C.A. Recreation Park at foot of Muirfield road, Fairmuir. 

BROUGHTY FERRY YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, 
147 Brook street, Broughty Ferry. — President, P. J. Duncan ; Vice-Presidents, 
Rev. R. J. Mackay, C. H. Allan, R. M'Gill, Rev. Campbell Ferenbach, G. 
W. Wild, J. Parkman ; Directors, G. B. Martin, T. L. Gray, W. Grant, 
L. King, S. S. Wood, D. Hepburn, J. R. B. Coutts, J. Braid, J. Kane ; 
Treas., Chas. G. Willsher; Secretary, A. G. Cruickshank, 40 Archer st., B.F; 



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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE STUDENTS' UNION.— President, T. C. 
Skinner ; Treasurer, Dr J. D. M. Ross ; Secretary, S. F. Soutar, 149 
Nethergate ; Housekeepers, Angus and Mrs Cargill. 

DUNDEE YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, Institute and 
Boarding House, Registry for Servants and Governesses, &c, 33, 37, 39 South 
Tay street. 

Hon. President, Miss Henderson; Hon. Acting President, Miss Alice J. 
Scott ; Hon. Vice-Presidents, Lady Kinnaird, Mrs William Kinnear ; Com- 
mittee, Miss Lindsay, Mrs Anstrutlier Duncan, Mrs Ebenezer Henderson, 
Miss Strathearn. Mrs Peter Johnston, Mrs Quentin Agnew, Mrs 
Bethune Duncan, Miss Median, Mrs Yule, Miss A. Douglas, Miss R. Fenwick, 
Miss A. Farquharson ; Hon. Treasurer, Miss Lindsay ; Treasurer, Miss J. H. 
Law ; Secretary, Miss Bliss. 

School of Domestic Science. — Joint Hon. Secretaries, Mrs Wm. Kinnear, 
17a Roseangle, and Miss Holmes, 2 Richmond terrace ; Classes for Cookery, 
Dressmaking, Ladies' Tailoring, Millinery, Laundry, White Seam, Em- 
broidery, Upholstery, Leatherwork, Lacquer, Vety, Basketry and Raffia, 
Sick Nursing, Ambulance, Housewifery, &c. Holiday Home and Boarding 
House, Jessiman Memorial Holiday Home, Abernethy — particulars apply 
Superintendent, Jessiman Memorial Holiday Home, Abernethy. 

LOCHEE YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, Rooms, 
35 High street, Lochee. — President, Mrs Wilkie ; Vice-President, Mrs 
Carlton ; Committee, Mrs Davidson, Mrs Henderson, Mrs Pritchard, Mrs 
Ramsay, Mrs Shirlaw, Mrs Athole Stewart, Mrs Williamson, Mrs M'Lean, 
Mrs Sprunt, Mrs Donald, Mrs Macgregor, Mrs Bodin, Mrs Fraser, Miss 
Tyrie, Miss Stewart, Miss Stevenson ; Hon. Treasurer, Mrs Pritchard ; Hon. 
Secretary, Mrs Allan, 41 Albany terrace ; Lady Superintendent, Sister 
Beatrice Lees. 

EDUCATIONAL MORTIFICATIONS.— 

Anderson Scholarship Fund. — The interest of £1,400 is applied for the 
endowment of three Scholarships at the University of St Andrews, for High 
School pupils. Patrons, the Directors of the High School. Secretary, John 
L. Stevenson, 46 Reform street. 

The Misses Baxter of Balgavies Scholarship Fund. — The sum of 
£2,500 was mortified for the endowment of two Engineering Scholarships of 
£40 each ; and the accumulations of income were consolidated for the founda- 
tion and endowment of three additional Bursaries of the value of £38 
each, at the University of Edinburgh, in connection with the High 
School. Patrons, the Directors of the High School. Secretary, John L. 
Stevenson, 46 Reform street. 

Bute Scholarship or Bursary in the University op St Andrews. 
— By deed dated 15th September 1893, £1000 was mortified by the Marquis 
of Bute for the establishment of a Dundee Scholarship or Bursary in the 
University of St Andrews. The Bursary is in the gift of the Lord Provost of 
Dundee, and the bursar receives the free revenue of the Endowment. 
Funds, £1,134. Factor, William Aiken, City Chamberlain. 

Sir James Caird's Travelling Scholarships Trust. — The sum of 
£200,000 was mortified by the late Mrs Marryat for the creation of Travel- 
ling Scholarships in Engineering, Electricity, Aeronautics, and Music. 
Junior and Senior Scholarships in each of these subjects are awarded 
annually. The minimum and maximum tenures of each Scholarship are one 
year and three years respectively. Applications must be made before 31st 
March annually. Secretary, John Pearson, 7 Ward road. 

Edward Bursary Fund. — The interest of £150 is applied for the education 
of one or more bursars at the Classical and Mathematical Departments of the 
High School. Patrons, the Directors of the High School. Secretary, John 
L. Stevenson, 46 Reform street. 

Alexander Edward's Educational Bequest. — The interest of £1,000 is 
applied for the education of bursars at the High School. Patrons, the 
Directors of the High School. Secretary, John L. Stevenson, 46 Reform st. 



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Dr William Guild's — 1656. — The interest of a sum equal to £444 is applied 
to the maintenance of bursars at the St Leonards College, St Andrews. 
Patrons, the Town Council. Factor, William Aiken, City Chamberlain. 

Lawson's Mortification — 1728. — Capital, 2,000 merks, in hands of 
College Authorities to maintain bursar of the name of Lawson or Gray at St 
Leonard's College, St Andrews. Patron, the Lord Provost. 

Patrick A. Lowson Memorial Scholarship — 1873. — Capital Funds, 
£2,850. The Scholarship is tenable for two years, and is worth, subject to 
certain conditions, not less than £60 per annum, and is presently £80 per 
annum. Candidates must have attended three years, not necessarily con- 
secutive, at a School or Schools in Dundee or Broughty Ferry, and may have 
attended, for not more than one academic year, any University or College in the 
United Kingdom. Trustees, the Parish Minister of Dundee, the Lord Provost 
of Dundee, the President of the Chamber of Commerce (ex-officio), and 
James G. F. Lowson, J. C. Buist, and Archibald W. Sturrock. Factor, 
Arthur J. Morton, 64 Reform street. 

Mackenzie Scholarship. — Founded by Miss E. B. Mackenzie, Broughty 
Ferry, in memory of the Rev. John Mackenzie, Minister of the Parish of 
Kettins, of about £25 for an essay on a prescribed subject, is open to men 
studying for the ministry of the Church of Scotland in the Divinity Halls of 
the four Scottish Universities, or at any School of Theology recognised by 
the Church of Scotland as qualifying for her ministry, or to any Probationer 
of the Church of Scotland within a year after completion of studies at 
such institutions For regulations, subject prescribed, &c, apply to J. & J. 
Ogilvie, 13 Albert square. 

Charles Ower's Mafeking Gift. — Founded in 1900 by Charles Ower, 
A.M.I.C.E., F.S.A. (Scot.), who disponed to and in favour of the Lord 
Provost, Magistrates, and Town Councillors, for behoof of the Free Library 
Committee, Gas Annuities to the value of one hundred and forty guineas, 
yielding annual interest of five guineas, in commemoration of the British 
troops having entered Mafeking, South Africa, and relieved the siege of that 
town on 17th May, 1900. The interest to be spent in the purchase of high- 
class illustrated architectural books, or failing that, to be handed over to the 
Dundee Royal Infirmary, or failing that, to any poor person residing within 
the burgh of Dundee who may be in urgent need. Funds, £100. In exten- 
sion of the Mafeking gift, Mr Ower has conveyed to the Town Council 
subjects in North Tay street. Factor, William Aiken, City Chamberlain. 

Gilfillan Testimonial Fund.— For the administration of the £1000 
testimonial presented to the late Rev. George Gilfillan in 1877. On the 
death of Mrs Gilfillan the fund was further augmented by the addition of 
£1240 from her estate. The fund is for the purpose of assisting educationally 
deserving youths, a preference being given to the sons or daughters of poor 
parents. The Trustees provide a bursary of £35 per annum for males tenable 
for three years at any University in Scotland, and three bursaries of £10 
each tenable for one year at either the High School of Dundee or the Harris 
or Morgan or Grove Academies in the tenth class. Trustees — Charles C. 
Duncan, James Yule, Sir Alexander Spence, Sheriff R. C. Malcolm, and Peter 
P. Reid. Clerk and Factor — George R. Donald, 1 Bank street. 

Leng Trust. — For the encouragement of literary and scientific pursuits, 
and to promote the teaching of the Songs of Scotland. Trustees — The Lord 
Provost, the President of the Chamber of Commerce, the Principal and the 
Professor or Lecturer of English Literature in University College, the Chair- 
man of the Technical College, and John A. Leng. Secretaries — Sturrock 
& Morrison, 10 Whitehall street. 

JAMES DUNCAN'S BEQUEST.— The late James Duncan of Jordanstone 
and Drumf ork bequeathed five of twenty-nine equal shares of the residue of his 
estate for the purpose of founding in Dundee a School of Industrial Art, to 
be named and known for all time to come as " The Duncan of Jordanstone 
Art School. " The funds available for this Bequest are expected to amount 
to about £140,000. The execution of the Bequest was committed by Mr 
Duncan to his Testamentary Trustees, but, after the Trustees have provided 
buildings and made arrangements for the due carrying out of the Bequest, 
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its administration is to be in the hands of certain Official Trustees, viz. : — 
The Members of Parliament for the County of Forfar and the City of Dundee, 
the Sheriff of Forfarshire, the Sheriff-Substitute in Dundee, the Lord Provost 
of Dundee, the Chairman of the Education Authority, the President of the 
Chamber of Commerce, and the Rector of the High School. Agents, J. & H. 
Pattullo & Donald, 1 Bank street. 

ARMITSTEAD TRUST.— For the providing of educative lectures, prin- 
cipally for the artisan class. Trustees, J. C. Buist, A. Mackay, Sir William 
Henderson, Henry A. Pattullo, George Bonar, Rev. Dr Fergusson, 
Secretary, W. L. Pattullo, 22 Meadowside. 

WORKERS' EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION. -Secretary, John Muir, 
14 Victoria road. 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCOTLAND, Local Association.— 
President, William H. Reid, M.A.; Treasurer, James Watson, M.A., 
B.Sc. ; Secretary, James D. Henderson, Liff Road School. 

St Andrews Secondary Education Dist. — Convener, W. P. Borland, 
M.A., High School, Dundee ; Vice-Convener, William Kerr, M.A., The 
Academy, Perth ; Secretary, George S. Robertson, M.A., F.S. A.Scot., High 
School, Arbroath. 

St Andrews Secondary District, Art Section. — Secretary, R. M. 
Mackay, D.A., Harris Academy, Perth road. 

St Andrews Secondary District, Science and Mathematical 
Section. — Convener, James Angus, B.Sc, Academy, Perth; Secretary, 
A. J. I. Fairweather, M.A., B.Sc, Academy, Forfar. 

DUNDEE HEADMASTERS' ASSOCIATION— President, Robert Nicol ; 
Secretary, Robert Duncan, Mitchell Street Public School. 

INDUSTRIAL WELFARE SOCIETY (INCORPORATED). 

Local Supervisors. — Miss Muir, Valentine & Sons, Ltd.; Miss Borth- 
wick, Caird (Dundee), Ltd.; Miss C. Robertson, James Keiller & Son, Ltd.; 
Miss Elder, John Sharp & Sons, Ltd.; Miss Lowden, Jute Industries, Ltd., 
Camperdown Works, Lochee. 

Welfare Halls. — Ashton Works, Annfield road; Bowbridge, Thistle 
street; John Sharp & Sons, Ltd., Welfare Institute, 68 Lochee road; 
Camperdown, 17 Bright street. Lochee ; Craigie, 5 Raglan street ; Garden, 
Mitchell st.; Seafield, 60 Taylor's lane ; Scott's Welfare Club, 46 Dens road. 

NEWBIGGING AND HILLOCK SOCIAL CLUB.— Secretary, Edward 
Donaldson, Pitairlie, Newbigging, Kingennie. 

MONIKIE MEN'S CLUB.— Secy., Wm. S. Wilson, Schoolhouse, Monikie. 

FOWLIS AND DISTRICT MEN'S CLUB.— Secretary and Treasurer, 
George B. Cant, Binns, Fowlis Easter. 

BIRKHILL AND MUIRHEAD SOCIAL CLUB.— Secretary, John R. 
Webster, Broomknowe, Muirhead of Liff. 

INVERGOWRIE RECREATION CLUB.— Secretary, A. Macgregor, 
Schoolhouse, Invergowrie. 

PATERSON TRUST, Longf organ. —Trustees, Charles J. G. Paterson, 
Rev. William MacNicol ; Committee, D. M. Urquhart (Chairman), Andrew 
M'Farlane, Thomas Millar, T. C. Forbes, R. D. M'Laggan, J. London, 
J. Clark, D. Lynch; Secretary, George A. Scott, Carseview, Longforgan. 

SCOTTISH WOMEN'S RURAL INSTITUTES.— 
Auchterhouse. — Secretary, Mrs Kirk, Burnhead, Auchterhouse. 
Monikie. — Joint Secretaries, Miss N. Binnie, Newbigging, and Miss H. 

Elder, Monikie. 
Mattocks. — Secretary, Mrs Sturrock, Kingennie gardens, Kingennie. 
Tealing. — Secretary, Miss Mary A. Lackie, Old Schoolhouse, Tealing. 



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CATHOLIC YOUNG MEN'S SOCIETY OF GREAT BRITAIN.— 
St Joseph's Branch. — Rooms, 35 Blackness road. Secretary, William 
Garrigan. 

DUNDEE AND EAST OF SCOTLAND PHOTOGRAPHIC ASSOCIA- 
TION, Rooms, Y.M.C.A. buildings. — Secretary, James Slater, 63 Camphill 
road, Broughty Ferry. 

DUNDEE CINE SOCIETY.— Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, J. Clifford 
Todd, II Esplanade, Broughty Ferry. 

DUNDEE ART SOCIETY— Hon. Secretary, Charles M. Pearson. Art 
Society's Rooms, 43 Nethergate. 

DUNDEE FINE ART ASSOCIATION.— Victoria Art Galleries, Albert 
Institute — Exhibition of Works of Living Artists. Hon. Secretary and 
Treasurer, A. S. Webster, Albert Institute. 

THE DUNDEE INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (Dundee Chapter of the 
Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland). — Secretary and Treasurer, 
Joseph Wilkie, 27 Bank street. Club Rooms, 43 Nethergate. 

ROYAL EXCHANGE READING-ROOM, Royal Exchange buildings.— 
Under the management of the Directors of the Chamber of Commerce. John 
Allan and Harry W. Robertson, Waiters. Secretary, George R. Donald, 3 
Bank street. 

DUNDEE NATURALISTS' SOCIETY.— Hon. Secretaries, Edwin D. 
Sturrock, 84 Commercial street, and Miss Marjory G. Walker, 148 City road. 

FREE LIBRARIES, ART, and NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM, and 
FINE ART GALLERIES, Albert Institute and Ward road ; also Lochee, 
Arthurstone, Blackness, Coldside, Broughty Ferry, and St Roque's District 
Libraries, and Dudhope Museum, Dudhope Park. Committee — From the 
Town Council, The Lord Provost (Chairman), Bailie W. H. Buist (Vice- 
Chairman), Bailies P. M'Cabe, T. Macpherson, R. Loggie ; Councillors Simon 
G. Fraser, R. Blackwood, F. Lesslie, J. Lockhart, D. R. Kidd ; from the 
Householders, Dr F. M, Milne, J. Hennessy, D. Mudie, C. G. L. Phillips, 
John Robertson, D. Williamson, A. Malcolm, J. Muir, Sir William High, 
R. J. Larg. 

Chief Librarian and Curator, and Clerk to Board, A. S. Webster ; Sub- 
Librarian, J. D. Dundas ; Assistant Librarians at Central and Branches, 
A. Small, Miss E. Webster, A.L.A., S. Ross, J. Taylor, W. Taylor, 
D. Doig, D. Leith, J. Petrie, Miss Spalding, D. Anderson, and juniors. 

Hours. — Central Library — Daily, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. ; Thursday, 10 a.m. 
to 1 p.m. Central Reference and Commercial Library — Daily, 10 a.m. to 
9.30 p.m. Central Reading Rooms, Ward road — 9 a.m. to 9.30 p.m. ; Sunday, 
3 to 8 p.m. Branch Libraries— 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., 4 to 8 p.m. ; Thursday, 
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Branch Reading Rooms — 9 a.m. to 9.30 p.m. Central 
Museum — Monday and Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and 7 to 9 p.m. ; 
Tuesday and Friday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. ; Thursday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. ; 
Saturday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. ; Sunday, 2 to 5 p.m. Juvenile Library and 
Reading Room, Ward road — Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, 
12 to 1.30 p.m., 4 to 8 p.m. ; Thursday (Reading Room only), 4 to 8 p.m. ; 
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 1.30 p.m., and 4 to 8 p.m. Sculpture Galleries, Ward 
road — Monday and Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 5 p m., 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. ; 
Tuesday and Friday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. ; Thursday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. ; 
Saturday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. ; Sunday, 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Dudhope Museum — 
11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, to 9 p.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.; also by 
arrangement any evening for Mechanical, Science, Art, or Technical Classes. 

Victoria Art Galleries Committee of Management. — Simon G. Fraser 
(Chairman), The Lord Provost, Bailies P. M'Cabe, T. Macpherson, W. H. 
Buist, R. Loggie, Councillors R. Blackwood, F. Lesslie, J. Lockhart, 
D. R. Kidd ; Secretary, A. S. Webster. 



100 EDUCATIONAL AND LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 

DUNDEE SUBSCRIPTION LIBRARY, ALBERT INSTITUTE.— Com- 
mittee — Rev. Dr A. W. Fergusson (Chairman), David Mudie, Simon G. 
Fraser, W. H. Buist, Dr F. M. Milne, Mrs Skae, Rev. Dr JohnM'Connachie, 
T. Delgaty Dunn, A. W. Kennedy, James Scott, Frank Thomson, H. 
Craigie Smith ; Hon. Treasurer, D. A. Mortimer ; Secretary, A. S. "Webster. 

LOCHEE LITERARY ASSOCIATION.— Secretary and Treasurer, James 
Maiden, 46 High street, Lochee. Library and Reading Rooms, 133 High 
street, Lochee — open daily from 8 a.m. till 10 p.m. ; Saturdays, till 10.30 p.m. 

DUNDEE INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS AND SOCIETY OF 
EXPERIMENTAL ENGINEERS.— Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, W. D. 
Martin, 89 Blackness avenue. 

GRAMPIAN CLUB.— Meet Secretary, Eric Maxwell, 42 Oxford street; 
Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, T. P. Winton, 8 Greenfield place. 

ROYAL SCOTTISH GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY.— Hon. Local Sec- 
retary, James M. M'Walter, 148 Nethergate. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT PHILATELIC SOCIETY, Dundee Art 
Rooms, 43 Nethersrate. — Secretary, John W. Christie, 3 Greendykes road. 

DUNDEE BURNS SOCIETY, Albert Institute. — Secretary, James 
M'Bain, 115 Nethergate. 

DUNDEE BURNS CLUB, 37 Union street.— Secretary, A. M. Chalmers. 

BROUGHTY CASTLE BURNS CLUB, Municipal buildings, Broughty 
Ferry. — Secretary, John Paul, 342 Queen street, B.F. 

ENGLISH ASSOCIATION (SCOTTISH BRANCH), Dundee Local 
Centre. — Secretary, John Muir, 231 Perth road. 

FABIAN SOCIETY, Fabian Halls, South Union street.— Secretary, Win. 
Hughes, 29 Union place. 

FRANCO - SCOTTISH SOCIETY, Dundee Branch.— Hon. Secretary, 
Miss Low, 23 Seafield road, Broughty Ferry. 

DUNDEE FRENCH CIRCLE.— Secretary, Mrs J. C. Lee, 39 Albany 
terrace. 

DUNDEE ESPERANTO GROUP.— Secretary, Graham Paton, 20] 
Albert street. 

DUNDEE SPANISH CIRCLE.— Secretary, Miss Ella J. R. Glass, 16 
Maryfield terrace. 

DUNDEE GERMAN CIRCLE.— Secretary, W. Montgomerie, 36 Ramsay 
street, Broughty Ferry. 

DUNDEE HIGHLAND SOCIETY— Branch of An Comunn Gaidhealach 
(The Gaelic Society of Scotland). — Chief, Dr Angus MacGillivray, 23 
South Tay street. 

COMUNN NAM FINEACHAN (Dundee Association op the Clans).— 
Secretary, D. Waters, 20 Castle street. 

DUNDEE ABERDEEN, BANFF, AND KINCARDINE ASSOCIA- 
TION. — Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, D. A. Mortimer, 31 Murraygate. 

DUNDEE BORDER COUNTIES ASSOCIATION.— Secretary, W. P. 
Oliver, 18 Bruce road, Downfield. 

DUNDEE GLASGOW AND WEST OF SCOTLAND ASSOCIATION. 
— Secretary, J. M. Purdon, 71 Pitkerro road. 

THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY, Dundee Lodge, 43 Nethergate. -Sec- 
retary, Miss A. Smith, 56 Seafield road. 

DUNDEE SOCIETY OF SPIRITUALISTS.— Secretary, Miss Webster, 
4 Dock street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT BAKERY STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION.— 
Secretary, James Kenneth, 114 Arklay street. 



( 101 

CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT 
INSTITUTIONS. 

ROYAL, INFIRMARY (including Children's and Maternity Hospital), 
Barrack road, — President, J. 0. Buist ; Vice-Presidents, F. B. Sharp, Miss 
Sharp, George S. Lamb ; Directors, "William Parker (Chairman), C. F. 
Henderson, Archibald Rettie, Harold S. Sharp, Alexander J. Stewart, David 
Air, C. B. Cleghorn, Sheriff Malcolm, R. B. Ovenstone, Lewis F. Robertson, 
John Walker, Dr Charles Kerr, Miss Kynoch, W. H. Bilcher, James Prain, 
Peter P. Reid, D. A. Anderson. 

Hon. Consulting Physicians, Professor Emeritus A. M. Stalker, M.D., 
LL.D., Charles Kerr, M.B., CM., James S. Y. Sogers, M.B., CM.; Hon. 
Consulting Aural Surgeon, Peter Campbell, M.B., CM.; Hon. Consulting 
Obstetric Physician and Gynecologist, B. C. Buist, M.D., M.B.CP.Ed.; 
Hon. Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon, Angus MacGillivray, CM., M.D., 
D.Sc, F.B.S.E.; Visiting Physicians, W. E. Foggie, M.D., F.R.CP.Ed., 
Professor F. J. Charteris, M.D., Professor Adam Patrick, M.D., M.R.C.P. 
Lond., F.R.F.P.S.Glas. ; Extra Physician and Medical Officer in charge of 
Electro-cardiograph, "W. S. Malcolm, M.D.; Physician for Diseases of 
Children, James Thomson, M.B., F.B.C.P.; Physician for Diseases of Skin, 
F. M. Milne, M.B., Ch.B.; Visiting Surgeons, Professor L. Turton Price, 
Ch.B., F.R.CS.Ed., John Anderson, Ch.B., F.R.GS.Ed., R. C Alexander, 
Ch.B., F.R. C.S.Ed.; Aural Surgeon, Bobert P. Mathers, M.D.; Ophthalmic 
Surgeon, A. B. Moodie, M.D., F.B. C.S.Ed. ; Obstetric Physician and Gynaeco- 
logist, Professor John M'Gibbon, M.B., F.B.CP.Ed.; Badiologist, G. H. S. 
Milln, M.B., Ch.B.; Assistant Physicians, James M. Stalker, M.B., Ch.B., 
John M. Morgan, M.D., M.B.CP.Ed., A. H. Macklin, M.D. ; Asst. Physician 
for Children's Diseases, W. L. Kinnear, M.D., M.R.CP.Ed.; Assistant 
Physician for Diseases of Skin, J. Kinnear, M.D., M.R.CP.Ed.; Assistant 
Obstetric Physicians and Gynaecologists, Alexander E. Chisholm, M.B., 
Ch.B., F.R. C.S.Ed., Margaret Fairlie, M.B., Ch.B.; Assistant Surgeons, 
Francis R. Brown, Ch.B., F.R.CS.Ed., John Taylor, Ch.M., M.D., R. 
Saunders Melville, Ch.B., F.B. C.S.Ed.; Assistant Ophthalmic Surgeon, A. 
A. B. Scott, M.D., D.O.M.S.; Assistant Aural Surgeon, M. J. Gibson, M.B. 
F.B. C.S.Ed.; Assistant Badiologist, G. M. Grant, M.B., Ch.B.; Hon. Con. 
suiting Dental Surgeon, W. Graham Campbell, M.B., CM., L.D.S.E.; 
Dental Surgeons, Jas. Bruce, L.D.S.Ed., D. L. Anderson, L.D.S.Ed.; Con- 
sulting Pathologist, Professor Emeritus L. B. Sutherland, M.B., CM.; 
Pathologist and Clinical Pathologist, Professor D. F. Cappell, M.D.; 
Assistants, G. R. Tudhope, M.B., Ph.D., G. L. Montgomery, M.B., Ch.B.; 
Bacteriologist, Professor W. J. Tulloch, M.D. ; Instructor in Anaesthetics 
A. Mills, M.D., M.B.CP.Ed.; Anesthetists, A. Mills, M.D., M.R.CP.Ed.' 
John M. Clark, M.B., Ch.B., J. Duke Stewart, M.B., Ch.B., Kathleen N' 
Lyon, M.B., Ch.B., James Ferguson, M.B., Margaret C Muir, M.B., Ch.B. 

Medical Superintendent, H. J. C. Gibson, M.D. ; Matron, Miss Janet 

S. H. Niccol, A.R.B.C ; House Steward, ; Dispenser, James 

Hood, M.P.S., Ph.C; Treasurer, R. C Thomson, 64 Reform st.; Secretary, 
W. F. Ferguson, Royal Infirmary; Collector, "W. H. Henderson. (See Adv.) 

Sidlaw Sanatorium, Auchterhouse (in connection with Royal Infirmary) — 
75 beds for children (medical and surgical). — Visiting Physician, W. E. Foggie, 
M.D., F.R.C.P.; Visiting Surgeon, L. Turton Price, Ch.B., F.B. CS. ; Medical 
Superintendent, H. J. C Gibson, M.D. ; Matron, Miss E. Norris ; Secretary, 
W. F. Ferguson ; Treasurer, Robert C Thomson, 64 Reform street. 

KINGSCROSS HOSPITAL, including Smallpox and Cholera Hospital, 
Clepington road. — Medical Superintendent, Dr Burgess, M.O.H. ; Resident 
Medical Officers, Dr David Keay and Dr Eric Anderson. Matron, Miss Clark. 
The Hospital has accommodation for 200 patients. There is a fully equipped 
laundry, &c, and two motor ambulances are provided for the conveyance of/< 
patients. 1^ 



102 CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

ROYAL VICTORIA HOSPITAL, Balgay, Blackness road.— Directors, 
Lord Provost (President), Professor Stalker, J. Ernest Cox (Vice-Presidents), 
Sir Alexander Spence (Chairman of Committee), H. 3. Sharp, F. E. Cullum, 
A. F. Stewart, W. S. Ritchie, Archibald Rettie, D. A. Anderson, J. J. Barrie, 
H. A. Pattullo, David Air, Quintin B. Grant. 

Hon. Consulting Physicians and Surgeons, Dr W. A. Robertson, 
Dr George F. Whyte, Dr Charles Kerr, Dr G. W. Miller; Visiting 
Physician, Dr Foggie ; Visiting Surgeon, Mr F. R. Brown ; Consulting 
Dental Surgeon, Dr W. Graham Campbell ; Consulting Ophthalmic Surgeon, 
Dr A. R. Moodie. Secretary and Treasurer, W. L. Pattullo, 22 Meadowside ; 
Matron, Miss S. Watson ; Auditor, R. C. Thomson ; Consulting Architect, 
James Findlay. 

ASHLUDIE SANATORIUM, Monifieth.— Under management of Public 
Health Department, Dundee Corporation ; Simon G. Eraser, Convener ; 
Dr W. L. Burgess, Medical Officer of Health; Matron, Miss A. Henry; 
Medical Superintendent and Chief Tuberculosis Officer, Dr J. H. Hunter ; 
Resident Medical Oificer, Dr William Gray. 

DUNDEE CONVALESCENT HOME, Barnhill, Broughty Ferry.— The 
building is capable of accommodating 85 patients. The Management is 
in the hands of the Directors of the Dundee Royal Infirmary, Medical 
Officer, W. A. Robertson, M.D. ; Matron, Miss Bowman. Patients require 
a certificate from their medical attendant stating their ailment. This line 
must be presented by the patient, in person, on Tuesday or Friday at 
9.30 a.m., to the Medical Superintendent at the Royal Infirmary. 

DUNDEE WOMEN'S HOSPITAL AND NURSING HOME, Elliot road, 
Blackness road. — President, Mrs Thomas Maitland ; Vice-Presidents, Lady 
Christian Ogilvy, Mrs F. B. Sharp, Mrs A. Shepherd, Lady Walker, Pro- 
fessor D Arcy W. Thompson, Dr E. C. Thomson ; General Treasurers, Don 
& Stewart ; Secretary to House Committee, Mrs T. L. Miller, Redroofs, 
Broughty Ferry ; Treasurer to House Committee, Mrs E. A. Shepherd ; 
Committee of Management, Mrs H. Giles Walker, W. D. Macdougall, Mrs 
C. W. Walker, Dr Elizabeth Mills, Professor L. Turton Price, John Ander- 
son, Mrs Hubert Low, Mrs Arthur Guild, Miss Boase, Miss Valentine, 
Harold S. Sharp, Mrs Norman Pattullo, Miss Ann Gilroy ; Medical Officer, Dr 
Elizabeth Mills ; Nurse-Matron, Miss Clark ; General Secretaries, J. & J. 
Ogilvie, 13 Albert square. 

SAMARITAN SOCIETY.— Convener, Mrs Gibson Ferrier ; Vice-Convener, 
Mrs T. H. H. Walker ; Hon. Treasurer, Mrs S. C. Sharp ; Hon. Secretaries, 
Mrs Alice Guthrie, 295 Perth road, and Mrs Ballingall, 9 Dudhope terrace. 

HOME FOR INCURABLES, 12 King street.— This Institution has 
accommodation for 25 Females (five beds endowed). Applications for admis- 
sion to be sent to the Sister-in-Charge of S. Mary's, 10 King street. Rev. 
E. Sharpe, Chaplain. 

BISHOP FORBES CONVALESCENTS TRUST.— Trustees, Bishop of 
Brechin, Very Rev. K. M. Sutherland-Graeme, Charles Stewart, Archibald 
W. Sturrock ; Factors, Don & Stewart, 2 Union street. 

BANNATYNE HOME OF REST, Newtyle.— Directors, William 
Longair, Dr MacGillivray, David Air, John Thornton, Reginald R. 
Ovenstone, John C. Low, Alfred Smith, James Prain, Harold S. Sharp, 
W. Moir Scott, James Kinloch, Drummond Taylor ; Hon. Secretary and 
Treasurer, John Thornton ; Admitting Secretary, Mrs Ogg, 104 Nethergate ; 
Matron, Miss Milton. 

BROUGHTY FERRY BEACH MISSION(SickPoorNursing).— Chairman, 
Rev. R J. Mackay ; Secretary and Treasurer, George Elder, Royal Bank, 
Bro'ty Ferry; Nurse, Miss Janet M. Mackinnon, 85 Beach ter., Bro'ty Ferry. 



CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 103 
BROUGHTY FERRY BENEVOLENT TRUST, to assist in relieving 
cases of distress. — Alex. Bates, J. B. Archer, Rev. W. M. Mathieson, Rev. 
T. D. Stewart Brown, John R. Bell, W. M. Ritchie, Rev. L. A. Wheatley, 
Rev. F. Cairns, James Nicoll, Rev. Alex. Smart, Rev. J. C. Conn, Rev. 
George Bremner, Rev. A. G. B. Sivewright, Rev. Campbell Ferenbach, Mrs 
Binnie, R. H. Smith ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, J. G. M. Ferguson, 89 
Gray street, Broughty Ferry. 

ROYAL SCOTTISH AGRICULTURAL BENEVOLENT INSTITU- 
TION.— President, The Right Hon. The Earl of Strathmore ; Hon. Secretary 
for Angus, George Myles, 32 Bank street (Telephone No. 3642). 

NEWBIGGING, MONIKIE, AND DISTRICT NURSING ASSOCIA- 
TION. — President, ; Vice-Presidents, Mrs W. S. Wilson and 

Mrs Fergusson; Secretary and Treasurer, Miss Johnston, Cunmont, Kingennie. 
Queen's Nurse, Mrs Alison Cameron, Drumsturdy road, Kingennie. 

BALDOVAN INSTITUTION, for the treatment and education of 
Defectives. — Representatives from Aberdeen County — G. L. Cruick- 
shank, The Neuk, Fyvie ; James Cruickshank, Westwood, Stoneywood, 
Bucksburn, Aberdeen ; Wm. M'D. Gordon, 54 Queen street, Peterhead; John 
Mackie, Coullie, Udny ; Miss M. E. Macqueen, Frandie, West Cults. From 
Angus— F. M. Batchelor, Kellyfield, by Dundee ; Colonel W. T. J. S. 
Steuart Fothringham, Fothringham, Forfar ; James Kydd, Marchbank, Car- 
noustie, From Arbroath — Dr William J. Dewar, 13 Hill terrace, Arbroath. 
From Kincardine County — William Low, Balmakewan, Laurencekirk. 
From Perth County — William Fenton, Alba place, Pitlochry; Robert Inglis, 
Old Blair, Blair Atholl ; Rev. Coll A. Macdonald, Manse of Logierait, 
Ballinluig. From Perth City — Lord Provost Dempster, Craigisla, Isla road, 
Perth ; R. Nimmo, 7 Rosemount place, Perth. Ex Officiis — Most Rev. Dr 
W. J. F. Robberds, Rev. Dr Fergusson, Rev. John Sinclair, Sir Herbert K. 
Ogilvy, Bart. Life Directors — T. H. Smith (Chairman), William Boyd. 

Resident Superintendent, Dr D. J. Forbes ; Secretaries and Treasurers, 
Don & Stewart, 2 Union street ; Matron, Miss R. Doig. 

ROYAL LUNATIC ASYLUM.— Extraordinary Directors, Earl of Strath- 
more, William T. Shaw, M.P., George Morton, K.C., Dingle M. Foot, M.P., 
Miss Florence Horsbrugh, M.P. , the Moderator of Synod of Angus and Mearns ; 
Ordinary Directors, Lord Provost G. A. Johnston, Peter M'Cabe, Lord 
Dean of Guild Brown, W. G. Anderson, David Smith, James Findlay, 
P. S. Nicoll, James King, Wm. Ballingall, Sir Alex. Spence, A. R. Mechan, 
Alex. Simpson, James Nicoll, David Forrester, Rev. W. MacNicol, Rev. J. 
Howat, David Johnston, John M. Fairlie, James Grant, George Milne, 
T. P. Douglas Murray, Rev. T. S. Taylor, D. Douglas Ogilvie, Rev. Dr 
Fergusson, Very Rev. Dr Weatherhead, D. A. Anderson, Dr Peter Campbell, 
Peter P. Reid, Dr A. Sydney Campbell ; Committee of Management, Sir 
Alex. Spence (Chairman), James King, Lord Dean of Guild Brown, P. S. 
Nicoll, W. G. Anderson, Rev. Dr Fergusson, D. Douglas Ogilvie, D. A. 
Anderson, James Nicoll ; Treasurer, John E. M'Intyre ; Secretary, Joseph 
Wilkie, 27 Bank street. 

SCOTTISH ASSOCIATION FOR MENTAL WELFARE, Dundee 
Branch. — Interim Secretary, J. L. Peters, 2 Panmure terrace. 

CURR NIGHT REFUGE, 5 West Bell street.— President, J. C. Low ; Vice- 
President, Sir Alexander Spence ; Directors, David Air, Joseph J. Barrie, 
D. M. Brown, Adam Hunter, George S. Lamb, F. B. Sharp, James King, 
John R. Henderson, Arthur G. Ritchie, Colonel Tyrie ; Hon. Treasurer, 
Alfred Smith ; Hon. Secretary, John M. Ore, 6 Panmure street ; Superin- 
tendent, David G. Henderson. 

CHARITY ORGANISATION SOCIETY, 7 West Bell street.— President, 
The Lord Provost ; Vice-Presidents, Prof. Steggall, William Longair, Sir 
Alexander Spence, Sir William High ; Executive Council, Professor Steggall 
(Chairman), T. L. Miller (Vice-Chairman), the President and Vice-Presidents, 
Rev. Dr Fergusson, Right Rev. Monsignor Turner, William Frain, William 
Berry, C. F. Henderson, G. L. Barclay, F. D. J. Buist, Very Rev. Dean 



104 CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 
Jobberns, Mrs W. H. Buist, Miss M. Constable, Miss J. D. Holmes ; 
Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, David Clarke, 31 Reform street ; Investigating 
Agent, David Fisher. 

DUNDEE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS SOCIETY.— Boys' School, Bal- 
gowan; Girls' School, Balgay, President, Thomas Watson; Vice- 
Presidents, Earl of Home, Lord Kinnaird ; Directors, Sir Herbert K. 
Ogilvy, Bart., Thomas Watson, H. A. Pattullo, T. L. Miller, William C. 
Leng, G. S. Lamb, William Reid, Colonel Tyiie, John Phin, C. Sharp, W. 
S. Thompson, David Mudie, Mrs James Guthrie, Mrs R. C. Malcolm, Mrs 
W. L. Pattullo ; Medical Officers, Dr Arthur Mills and Dr Elizabeth Mills ; 
Dentist, D. Lindsay Anderson ; Ophthalmic Surgeon, Dr A. MacGillivray ; 
Secretary and Treasurer, Robert C. Thomson, 64 Reform street. 

Balgowan School (Boys) — Superintendent and Head Teacher, Frank Gray ; 
Assistant Teachers, Mrs Wight, Miss Berndt. 

Balgay School (Girls) — Headmistress, Miss Fleming; Teacher, Miss 
M 'Hardy. 

DUNDEE ORPHAN INSTITUTION, 133 Ferry road.— Hon. President, 
William Longair ; Hon. Director, D. 0. Thomson ; President, W. Halley 
Brown ; Vice-Presidents, David Dickie, William Scott ; Directors, Lord 
Provost, Lord Dean of Guild, Convener of Nine Trades, Preses of Faculty 
of Procurators and Solicitors, Boxmaster of Seamen Fraternity, 
Deacon of the Maltmen, Parisb Minister of Dundee, Joseph J. Barrie, 
Christopher J. Bisset, W. Stirling Draffen, Robert Loggie, J. C. Low, Rev. Dr 
Blair, P. S. Nicoll, D. Douglas Ogilvie, David Pirie, George Simpson, 
Sir Alex. Spence, Dr A. E. Kidd ; Governesses, Mrs Wm. Scott, Dryburgh, 
Lochee (President), Mrs Alex. Batchelor (Secy.), Mrs D. M. Brown, Mrs J. J. 
Barrie, Mrs G. R. Donald, Mrs W. S. Draffen, Mrs J. S. Fairweather, Mrs 
A. W. Fergusson, Mrs Kenneth S. Malcolm, Mrs J. W. Scott, Mrs T. H. 
Smith, Mrs Roderick T. Stevenson, Mrs D. C. Thomson, Mrs C. F. 
Henderson, Mrs W Moir Scott, Mrs R. R. Smith, Miss Scott, 
Miss Adie, Miss Susan Dickie, Miss Reoch ; Secretary and Treasurer, W. M. 
Grant, 10 Panmure street ; Auditor, W. L. Pattullo ; House Physicians, Dr 
Arthur Mills and Dr Elizabeth Mills ; Ophthalmic Surgeons, Dr Angus 
MacGillivray, Dr Allister MacGillivray; Dental Surgeon, Peter Gorrie ; 
Master, Thomas A. Leighton ; Matron, Mrs Thomas A. Leighton. 

DUNDEE WORKING BOYS' HOME, 3 West Bell street, for friendless 
and destitute lads. — President, John C. Low; Directors, D. M. Brown, 
James King, John R. Henderson ; Superintendent, David G. Henderson ; 
Hon. Treasurer, Alfred Smith ; Hon. Secretary, John M. Ore, 6 Panmure st. 

"MARS" TRAINING SHIP INSTITUTION.— Trustees, J. C. Buist, 
H. Giles Walker, J. L. Kidd, D. A. Anderson. Committee, Convener 
of County of Perth, Convener of County of Fife, Convener of County 
of Aberdeen, and Chairman of Finance Committee ; Sheriffs-Substitute 
at Cupar-Fife, Dundee, Forfar, Perth; Lord Provosts of Aberdeen, 
Dundee, Edinburgh, Perth ; Provosts of Arbroath, Brechin, Cupar-Fife, Forfar, 
Montrose, St Andrews ; Councillor Bathgate (Edinburgh), T. N. J. Bell, 
J. C. Buist, Lord Dean of Guild of Edinburgh, Councillor Dickson (Edinburgh), 
J. L. Kidd, John A. Leng, H. F. D. Sharp, D. A. Anderson, H. Giles Walker, 
Brigadier-General Heriot-Maitland, William Berry, Eight Hon. Lord 
Kinnaird. Executive Committee, Wm. Berry (Chairman), T. N. J. Bell, 
J. C. Buist, Right Hon. Lord Kinnaird, J. L. Kidd, D. A. Anderson, H. Giles 
Walker, H. F. D. Sharp ; Lord Provost of Edinburgh, Councillor D. Gilzean, 
Councillor Moore, and Councillor Dickson (all of Edinburgh). 

Secretaries and Treasurers, Mackay, Irons, & Co., 22 Meadowside. 

NEWPORT CHILDREN'S HOME, Comerton, by Leuchars, Fife.— 
Hon. President, William C. Leng ; President, John C. Low ; Vice-Presidents, 
James Husband, John A. Leng, William Bain, Rev. J. A. Lees ; Trustees, 
W. C. Leng, J. C. Low, S. M. Falconer, E. Behrens ; Committee, 
Miss M. Cunningham, Miss Macleod, Mrs J. M. Smith, Mrs Sutherland, 
Miss Walker, Mrs Whalley, Mrs Daniel Lawson, Mrs Morris, Rev. 



CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 105 
H. F. Frame, J. J. Lowson, J. M. Smith, G. L. Wilson, S. M. Falconer, 
E. Behrens ; Hon. Treasurer, A. M. Robertson ; Hon. Secretary, T. S. 
Nicolson, Victoria street, East Newport ; Matron, Mrs A. Bullock ; Super- 
intendent, A. Bullock ; Medical Referee, Dr Stewart. 

DUNDEE INFANT HOSPITAL, The Lodge, Broughty Ferry.— Chairman 
of Committee and Hon. Treasurer, R. C. Thomson ; Hon. Medical Officers, 
Dr Burgess, Dr J. S. Y. Rogers, Dr K. Lyon, Mr J. Anderson ; Hon. Secre- 
tary, Mrs Lindsay Henderson, 7 Home terrace, Broughty Ferry. 

CHILDREN'S FREE BREAKFAST AND CITY MISSION.— Trustees, 
J. Ernest Cox, "VV. D. Macdougall, D. M. Brown ; President, A. 
Inglis Shepherd, Vice-President, D. M. Brown ; Committee of Management, 
John Lockhart, Miss Mary Thomson, T. H. Davidson, Miss Mary Fairful, 
William Y. Dargie, Mrs R. S. Johnston, Miss Margaret Kydd, George 
Sugden, D. G. Henderson, Miss E. Rodger, Charles Fyfe, James F. 
Adam ; Secretary, R. S. Johnston, 93 Pitkerro road ; Joint Treasurers, 
Adam Hunter, 22 Meadowside, and J. Leslie Shepherd, 31 Panmure street ; 
Mission premises, corner of Bell Street lane and Constitution road. 

INVALID AND CRIPPLE CHILDREN'S AID ASSOCIATION— 
President, Mrs Thomas Maitland ; Vice-Presidents, Miss E. J. Air, Mrs J. S. 
Y. Rogers ; Special Worker, Miss Helen Forbes, 96 Hilitown ; Matron, 
Miss Garden, Holiday Home, Auchterhouse ; Secretary and Treasurer, 
Charles Stewart, 2 Union street. Headquarters, 31 Murraygate. 

DUNDEE SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO 

CHILDREN.— Office, 2 Dudhope street ; Children's Shelter, 1 Laurelbank.— 
President, The Lord Provost ; Vice-President, George Buist ; Ordinary 
Directors, David Mudie (Chairman), John J. Draffen, Mrs W. H. Buist, 
J. Gilbert Fleming, Colonel Tyrie, Mrs J. L. Stevenson, Miss Air, 
W. L. Robertson, James Scott, David Williamson, Mrs Kinnear, Mrs 
Findlay, George Simpson, Miss Dickie, Rev. W. C. Bigwood, David Duncan ; 
Physician, Dr May F. Urquhart ; Officers, David Donald, 2 Dudhope 
street, and Constable Kerr ; Matron of Children's Shelter, Miss Jane M'Leod ; 
Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Clement M. Scott, 20 Whitehall street. 

ROYAL SCOTTISH SOCIETY FOR PREVENTION OF CRUELTY 
TO CHILDREN. — Inspector, James Johnstone, 5 Shore terrace. 

LOCHEE DAY NURSERY, Flight's lane, Lochee.— President, Mrs G. W. 
Cox ; Vice-President, Mrs Athole F. Stewart ; Matron, Mrs Taylor ; Hon. 
Secretary and Treasurer, James C. M'Lean, Royal Bank, Lochee. 

DUNDEE VOLUNTARY HEALTH WORKERS' ASSOCIATION.— 
President, Miss Constable ; Vice-Presidents, Mrs Athole Stewart, Mrs Halley ; 
Hon. Treasurer, Mrs T. L. Miller ; Hon. Secretary, Miss Holmes, 2 Richmond 
terrace. 

DUNDEE FLOWER MISSION TO SICK POOR.— President, James 
King ; Hon. Treasurer, Miss Angus ; Hon. Secretary, David G. Henderson, 
3 West Bell street (Telephone No. 2726). 

DUNDEE SICK POOR NURSING SOCIETY, Caird Home for Queen's 
Nurses, 41 Roseangle. — Superintendent, Miss Weir ; Hon. President, Earl 
of Strathmore ; Hon. Vice-President, Lord Kinnaird ; President, T. H. H. 
Walker ; Vice-Presidents, Professor Stalker, Dr Charles Kerr ; Committee, 
Dr Thornton, W. F. Small, Sheriff Malcolm, John Thornton, 
W. Stirling Draffen, Dr Burgess, Mrs James Guthrie, Mrs K. Malcolm, 
Miss Agnes Brown Robertson, William S. Ritchie, James L. Rettie, D. M. 
Brown, R. G. Sharp, Rev. A. White, Dr G. W. Miller ; Auditor, Robert C. 
Thomson ; Secretaries and Treasurers, Mackay, Irons, & Co. , 22 Meadowside. 

. DUNDEE LADIES' UNION.— Hon. Secretary, Mrs F. J. Whytock, 11 
Thomson street. 
Working Girls' Boarding House, 18 Rose street. Matron, Miss Young. 



106 CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

DUNDEE SOCIAL UNION AND GBEY LODGE SETTLEMENT.— 
President and Chairman of General Committee, A. Mackay ; Vice-Presidents, 
Professor D'Arcy W. Thompson, Mrs Thomas Maitland, Dr G. F. Barbour; 
Miss Aimee Boase; Warden, Miss J. H. Cautherley ; Sub-Warden, Miss M. 
A. Sutherland ; Secretaries and Treasurers, J. & J. Ogilvie, 13 Albert square. 

Nursery School (Dundee Social Union), 39 Carnegie street. — Superin- 
tendent, Miss H. Fairweather. 

Children's Holiday Home (Dundee Social Union), Marfield, Battray, 
Blairgowrie. — Matron, Mrs Lyall ; Caretaker, John Lyall. 

DUNDEE (ST MABY'S) CHUBCH DOMESTIC MISSION.— President, 
Mrs A. W. Fergusson ; Vice-President, Miss Neill ; Secretary and Treasurer, 
Mrs W. S. Thompson, 147 Arbroath road. 

ST MABY'S BEST— Dundee (St Mary's) Church, 113 Ferry road.— Miss 
Walker, Matron. 

HOME OF BEST FOB THE AGED AND INFIBM IN BEOUGHTY 
FEBBY, 277 King street, Broughty Ferry.— President, Mrs Thos. Maitland ; 
Vice-President, Mrs Todd ; Hon. Medical Officer, Dr H. C. Colman ; 
Matron, Miss Anderson ; Hon. Treasurer and Secretary, Mrs Norman 
Pattullo, 2 Dalhousie road, Broughty Ferry. 

AGED CHEISTIAN FBIEND SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND, Dundee 
Auxiliary. — Local Directors, Alexander Mackay, Bev. John Mansie, Bev. 
Gordon Quig, Bev. J. Boath Wood, Bev. James Cosh, Dean J. B. Jobberns, 
Bev. B. J. Mackay, Bev. Provost K. M. Sutherland-Graeme, J. Mackie 
Smith, Edward Fleming, Alfred Stevenson; Ladies' Committee, Mrs Mackay, 
Mrs Thomas Maitland, Mrs Thomas Bonar, Mrs T. H. H. Walker, Mrs 
Steggall, Mis-s E. J. Air, Miss J. N. Beid ; Hon. Secretaries and Treasurers, 
Moody Stuart & Bobertson, 22 Meadowside. 

DUNDEE FEMALE SOCIETY, for Visiting and Believing Aged Females in 
Distressed Circumstances. — President, Mrs Leslie Ower ; Treasurer, Miss 
Brebner ; Secretary, Mrs Malcolm, 63 Fort street, Broughty Ferry. 

DUNDEE LADIES' WOBK SOCIETY.— President, Mrs C. W. Walker ; 
Vice-Presidents, Mrs J. Muir, Mrs Sinclair Henderson ; Hon. Treasurer, 
Mrs E. A. Shepherd ; Secretary, Mrs J. Lindsay Henderson, 7 Home terrace, 
Broughty Ferry. 

DUNDEE CLOTHING SOCIETY.— President, Mrs Leslie Ower; Treasurer, 
Miss B. E. Duncan ; Secretary, Miss A. Holmes, 2 Bichmond terrace. 

DUNDEE INDIGENT SICK SOCIETY.— President, James King ; Vice- 
President, David Mitchell ; Directors, Joseph Stott, Bobert Murray, D. M. 
Brown, D. G. Henderson, J. L. Doig ; Treasurer, James D. Davidson, 24 
High street ; Secretarj r , J. L. Stevenson, 46 Beform street. 

FUND FOB THE BELIEF OF INDIGENT GENTLEWOMEN OF SCOT- 
LAND. — Hon. Treasurer in Dundee, L. B. Weatherhead, 10 Whitehall street. 

Dundee and District Female Rescue Home, 18 Cobden street, 
Lochee. — President, Mrs A. Sinclair Henderson, Vice-Presidents, Mrs James 
Stevenson, Mrs B. C. Thomson, Mrs Alister Scott ; Hon. Secretary, Miss 
Lawrence, 3 Fort street ; Hon. Treasurer, James Nicoll, North of Scotland 
Bank, Lochee ; Hon. Medical Attendant, Dr William Kinnear ; Matron, 
Miss Allan. Laundry work done ; for terms apply Matron. (See Adv.) 

DUNDEE PBISON AID SOCIETY.— Secretaries and Treasurers, F. E. 
Scott, Keir, & Drummond, 11 Whitehall st. ; Agent, David G. Henderson, 
3 West Bell street. 

VISITING COMMITTEE OF THE DUNDEE LEGALISED POLICE 
CELLS. — Appointed by the Town Council, Bailies M'Cabe, Christie, 
Macpherson, and Buist ; appointed by County Council, F. M. Batchelor and 
James Grant. 



CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 107 

BELMONT CASTLE EVENTIDE HOME, Meigle (Church of Scotland).— 
Superintendent, William Marshall ; Matron, Mrs William Marshall ; Chair- 
man of Local Committee, Rev. John Mansie : Hon. Secretary and 
Treasurer, James A. Graham, 2 Union street. (See Adv.) 

BELMONT HOLIDAY HOUSE FOR MEN, Meigle.— Managed by the 
Church of Scotland, on behalf of the Dundee Corporation. Admitting Secy., 
H. S. Murray, Town Clerk's Department, City chambers. (See Adv.) 

DUNDEE LABOUR HOME (Church of Scotland), 24 Milnbank road.— 
Superintendent, Mrs William Beck ; Chairman of Local Committee, Alex- 
ander Laurie; Secretary, Alexander Tweedie, 51 Muriaygate. (See Adv.) 

YOUNG WOMEN'S HOSTEL (Church of Scotland), 16 Constitution ter. ; 
Matron, Miss Mary MacDonald ; Chairman of Local Committee, Alexander 
Laurie; Secretary, Alexander Laurie. (See Adv.) 

HOME FOR WORKING LADS (Church of Scotland), 2 Ellen street ; 
Superintendent, Francis Stark ; Chairman of Local Committee, Alexander 
Laurie; Secretary, Alexander Tweedie, 51 Murraygate. (See Adv.) 

EPISCOPAL CHURCH SOCIAL SERVICE BOARD (Preventive and 
Rescue Work). — Matron, Miss Macdonald, St Ronan's Shelter, Dalkeith 
road ; Secretary, Mrs Hunter, 12 Constitution terrace. 

SOCIETY OF ST VINCENT DE PAUL, Particular Council.— President, 
Duncan Chisholm ; Treasurer, Charles E. Brown ; Secretary, Daniel Sreenan, 
27 Constitution street. 

Police Court Rescue Scheme. — Outdoor Officers — Michael Traynor, 9 
Ann street ; Rev. Sister Martha, 26 Roseangle ; Secretary, M. T. Hannigan, 
82 Bell street. 

St Vincent's Hostel, 26 Roseangle. — Home for respectable Catholic girls, 
under care of Sisters of Charity. 

Children's Refuge, 26 Roseangle — Henry Kenny, 33 Scott street. Secretary. 

SALVATION ARMY INDUSTRIAL HOME AND HOSTEL FOR 
WOMEN, Ward road.— Warden, Adjutant Fox. 

Salvation Army Eventide Home, Cidhmore, 488 Perth road. 

Salvation Army Home for Mothers and Infants, Clement park, 
Harefield road, Lochee. — Warden, Adjutant Drury. 

District Officer, Brigadier Ada E. Ripley. 

DUNDEE SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO 
ANIMALS. — President, The Lord Provost ; Vice-Presidents, Sir William 
Henderson, Sir Alex. Spence, Sir Herbert K. Ogilvy, Bart., Sir Wm. High ; 
Secretaries and Treasurers, R. C. Thomson & Murdoch, 64 Reform street. 
Inspectors — Wm. M'Cabe, 45 Seafield rd., and George Crowe, 171 Perth rd. 

DUNDEE DENTAL HOSPITAL, 2 Park place.— Directors, Wm. Boyd 
(President), Dr W. L. Burgess, Dr W. Graham Campbell, Q. B. Grant, D. 
Coupar Lamond, Anthony Mackenzie, W. S. Draffen, Wm. A. Low, James 
Bruce, Prof. Steggall, Dr Angus M'Gillivray, JJFred Sturrock, J. Mackenzie 
Stewart. Secretaries and Treasurers, Alexander Tosh & Son, 11 Reform st. 

ROYAL DUNDEE INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND, 59 Magdalen 
green. — President, T. N. J. Bell ; Vice-Presidents, J. C. Low, J. L. Kidd ; 
Directors, W. C. Leng, Brig.-Gen. J. D. H. Maitland, Joshua Brand, Sheriff 
Malcolm, Robert Murray, Henry A. Pattullo, Thomas Russell, W. D. 
Macdougall, Colonel Tyrie, Rev. Dr Fergusson, B. L. Nairn, W. Moir Scott, 
Peter Reid, Simon G. Fraser, Wm. Frain, Garnet Wilson, Thos. Macpherson, 
W. L. Spalding, John Prain, John M'Gregor; Treasurers, R. C. Thomson 
& Murdoch, 64 Reform street ; Secretaries, Bell & Henderson, 10 Whitehall 
street ; Manager, James L. Cumming. 

Boarding House. — Directors, &c, as above ; Ladies' Committee — Mrs 
Alexander Guthrie, President ; Mrs F. M. T. Skae, Vice-President ; Miss 
Mary Reid, 17 Airlie place, Secretary. 

Dundee School for the Blind, 43 Paton's lane. — Miss Bella Craig, 
M.A., headmistress. 

Dalgleish Hostel for the Blind, 43 Paton's lane. — Miss Crawford, 
matron. 



108 CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

DUNDEE MISSION TO THE OUT-DOOR BLIND, Caird Rest, 172 
Nethergate. — President, Sir William Henderson; Vice-President, D. M. 
Brown ; Directors, William Longair, Sir William Henderson, D. M. Brown, 
James Prain, Athole F. Stewart, Hugh F. B. Sharp, Quintin B. Grant, 
James Scott, Reginald R. Ovenstone ; Secretaries and Treasurers, Robertson 
& Taylor, 4 High street ; Mission Superintendent, Andrew J. Maltman ; 
Home Teachers, Miss Sarah Sime, Miss Alcorn, and Miss Cameron. 

DUNDEE EYE INSTITUTION, 104 Nethergate.— President, William 
Boyd; Vice-Presidents, Sir William Henderson and W. C. Leng; Ordinary 
Directors, D. C. Thomson, J. C. Buist, Sir C. C. Barrie, B. L. Nairn, 
John C. Low, T. N. J. Bell, Archibald Rettie, Geo. O. Cunningham, 
Hugh F. B. Sharp, Joseph J. Barrie, W. Stirling Draffen, Frederick E. 
Cullum ; Hon. Secretaries and Treasurers, Bell & Henderson, 10 Whitehall 
street ; Senior Surgeon, Dr Angus MacGillivray ; Surgeons, Dr Allister M. 
MacGillivray, Dr A. R. Moodie ; Assistant Surgeon, Dr A. A. B. Scott; 
Dispensers, Davidson & Gray, Ltd. ; Caretaker, Mrs Ogg. 

DUNDEE INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF 
AND DUMB, Dudhope bank, 165 Lochee road. — President, Sir Alexander 
Spence ; Vice-President, David Dickie ; Directors, The Lord Provost, Sheriff- 
Substitute, Lord Dean of Guild, Convener of Nine Trades, James A. 
Fleming, John D. Mathew, George Anderson, Alfred Smith, James 
King, Robert Loggie ; Headmaster, Robert Hansell ; Matron, Mrs 
Hansell ; Secretary and Treasurer, Charles Stewart, 2 Union street. The 
Institution is open to visitors from 10 to 12 and from 2 to 4 o'clock every 
week-day except Saturday. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT MISSION TO ADULT DEAF AND DUMB, 
Mission Hall, Dudhope Castle. — Hon. President, The Lord Provost ; 
President, Sir Walter Morrison-Low, Bart.; Vice-President, Sir William 
Henderson ; Directors, Robert Blackwood (Chairman), W. M. Crooks, Rev. 
Dr Fergusson, J. Gilbert Fleming, Rev. Dr J. M'Connachie, B. L. Nairn, 
William Nairn, Rev. G. R. Robertson, W. M. Philip ; Hon. Secretary, 
John D. Mathew ; Hon. Treasurer, James O. Ramsay ; Missioner and 
Secretary, W. S. Wright. 

ROYAL NATIONAL LIFEBOAT INSTITUTION, Dundee Branch.— 
President, B. L. Nairn ; Hon. Secretary, Charles B. Lindsay, 49 
Trades lane ; Hon. Treasurer, James Nicoll ; Chairman, Captain Charles 
Yule ; Coxswain, Alexander Gall, 19 Ambrose street, Broughty Ferry. 

DUNDEE SAILORS' HOME AND HOSTEL, 62 Dock street.— President, 
B. L. Nairn ; Vice-Presidents, Sir C. C. Barrie, Brigadier-General Heriot 
Maitland ; Committee, John A. Leng, W. D. Macdougall, James Nicoll, A. 
J. Cox, J. L. Kidd, R. C. Cowper, J. J. Barrie, William Kinnear, James S. 
Nicoll, Quintin B. Grant ; Auditor, F. J. Robertson ; Hon. Secretaries and 
Treasurers, Mackay, Irons, & Co., 22 Meadowside ; Supt., Richard O. S. Linn. 

DUNDEE SEAMEN'S FRIEND SOCIETY, Chapel and Library, Sailors' 
Home buildings ; Reading Room, Harbour Police Office, East Dock street. — 
President, B. L. Nairn ; Vice-President, J. L. Kidd ; Committee, J. C. Buist, 
Captain Yule, Joseph J. Barrie, Ralph C. Cowper ; Missionary, Richard S. 
Bennet, 48 Crescent lane ; Auditors, R. C. Thomson & Murdoch ; Secretaries 
and Treasurers, F. E. Scott, Keir, & Drummond, 11 Whitehall street. 

SHIPWRECKED FISHERMEN AND MARINERS' ROYAL BENEVO- 
LENT SOCIETY.— Local Hon. Agent, R. Lindsay Robertson, 1 Albert square. 

ROYAL ALFRED AGED MERCHANT SEAMEN'S INSTITUTION.— 
Local Hon. Agent, Charles Stewart, 59 Dock street. 

ST ANDREW'S AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION, Dundee Centre.— 
President, Earl of Strathmore ; Patroness of Women's Classes, Countess 
of Strathmore; Medical Committee, T. N. J. Bell (Chairman) ; J. Wilkie, 
Dr George F. Whyte (Vice-Chairmen) ; DrG. W. Miller, Dr W. L. Kinnear, 
Dr J. H. Hunter, Dr Angus MacGillivray, Dr W. Fyffe Dorward, Dr James 
M. Stalker, Dr Alex. A. Kirkland, Dr A. E. Kidd, G. L. Barclay, John C. 
Cargill ; Hon. Secretaries and Treasurers, Don & Stewart, 2 Union street. 

SCOTTISH BRANCH BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY, Dundee 
Branch. — President, The Lord Provost; Chairman of Council, Sir William 



CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 109 

Henderson ; County Director and Controller, Dr Angus MacGillivray; 
Treasurers and Secretaries, Don & Stewart, 2 Union street. 

FUND FOR THE RELIEF OF VETERANS.— Committee, C. J. Bisset, 
Thomas Russell ; Hon. Secretaries and Treasurers, Alexander Tosh & Son, 
11 Reform street. 

LIMBLESS EX-SERVICE MEN'S ASSOCIATION (Dundee Branch).— 
Chairman, John Fimister ; Vice-Chairman, James Ward ; Auditor, Francis 
Gray ; Treasurer, James Fanti ; Secretary, John Adamson, 46 Small's 
wynd. Club Rooms, 23 Union street. Meetings — Business, Monday, 7.30 
p.m.; Recreation, Wednesday and Friday. 

UNITED SERVICES FUND.— For assisting Ex-Service Men and their 
Dependants ; Sickness Grants, Educational Grants for Ex-Servicemen's 
Children, Convalescent Treatment for Ex-Service Men at Holiday Homes, 
Tuberculosis Scheme for Ex-Service Men ; Local Representative, Francis 
Gray, 26 Castle street. 

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' FAMILIES ASSOCIATION, Dundee 
Branch. — President, Mrs Geo. Gilroy; Vice-President, Mrs D. Bisset; Hon. 
Treasurer, C. J. Bisset ; Hon. Secy., Miss Constable, 2 Westpark gardens. 

SAILORS' ORPHAN SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND (Dundee Branch).— 
Hon. Secretary, E. G. S. Rae, 49 Meadowside. 

ANGUS WAR PENSIONS COMMITTEE.— Representatives of Disabled 
Men— Geo. D. Bedson, City chambers ; Daniel S. Bisset, 9 Meadow PI. bldgs. ; 
Dr W. J. Dewar, 13 Hill terrace, Arbroath ; George Croft, 9 Westfield place. 
Representatives of Widows and Dependants — Mrs M. G. Lickley, 89 Mag- 
dalen Yard rd. ; Mrs Janet Bisset, 9 Meadow Place bldgs. Representatives 
of Local Authorities — Very Rev. Dean J. B. Jobberns, 10 Westfield place 
(Chairman); J. G. Fraser, 15 Kirkton road, Downfiekl ; T. P. Douglas Murray, 
Dryburgh ; A. Blair Anderson. 27 Yeaman shore ; Sir Herbert K. Ogilvy, Bt., 
Baldovan house. Representatives of Workmen in Industry — D. R. Kidd, 365 
Queen street, Broughty Ferry ; John R. Pratt, St Margaret's, Birkhill ; J. F. 
Sime, 69 Nethergate. Representatives of Employers — Sir William 
High, 13 Windsor st. ; Frank D. J. Buist, Holly rd., B. Ferry ; W. Ross Smith, 
95 Dundee rd., W. Ferry. Representatives of Voluntary Associations — Rev. 
Dr Fergusson, 69 Dalkeith road ; Miss Mary Constable, 2 Westpark gardens ; 
Miss A. M. Erskine Jackson, Kirkbuddo ; Mrs E. M. Ross, Straton house, 
Montrose. Minister's Representatives — R. B. Galloway, Woodlands, 
Monikie ; David Duncan, 11 Balgay road (Vice-Chairman) ; T. Guthrie, 
Castlehill, Forfar. Office, 21 Dock street. 

MINISTRY OF PENSIONS.— Area Office— M'Leod street, Edinburgh ; 
Chief Area Officer, James Gray ; Clerk, Angus War Pensions Committee, 
David C. Jolly. Dundee Sub-Office, 21 Dock street. Hours of attendance 
— Every Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. 

ASSOCIATION OF DEPENDANTS OF DECEASED AND SERVING 
SAILORS AND SOLDIERS.— President, Mrs Mary Lyall ; Hon. Secretary, 
J. G. Fraser; Assistant Secy, and Treas., Mrs B. B. Fox, 7 Church lane. 

INCORPORATED SOLDIERS AND SAILORS HELP SOCIETY, 
Dundee Branch. — Hon. President, The Lord Provost ; President, C. Boyd 
Anderson ; Vice-Presidents, Alex. Macfarlane, John Haggart, Miss M. 
Constable, Miss J. D. Holmes, T. L. Miller ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, 
J. Armstrong Barry, 21 Reform street. 

EARL HAIG RELIEF FUND.— Committee, The Lord Provost, John 
G. Kinmond, J. B. Muir, George S. M 'Master, John R. Soutar, George 
B. Stewart, William G. Strachan, Adam Malcolm, John Phin, George Brand, 
D. S. Bisset, G. Henderson Smith, John Hart, A. P. M'Gill, Alexander 
Smith ; Hon. Secy., John A. Turnbull, City chambers. Committee meets 
quarterly. Investigation Subcommittee meets every Wednesday at 3.30 p.m. 

LORD ROBERTS MEMORIAL WORKSHOPS FOR DISABLED 
SOLDIERS AND SAILORS (Incorporated Soldiers and Sailors Help Society), 
Central Scottish Area Committee. — Directors, John Phin (Chairman), 
Mrs J. S. Fairweather, David Mudie, Robert M. Noble, Sir William High, 
T. L. Miller ; Hon. Treasurer, James Dickie ; Hon. Secretaries, C. Boyd 



110 CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 
Anderson, 7 Whitehall crescent, and J. Armstrong Barry, 21 Reform street. 
"Works, 1 Victoria road ; Thomas Petrie, Manager. 

DUNALISTAIR HOUSE, Hill street, Broughty Ferry (Black Watch 
War Memorial Home for widows and children of the men of the Black 
Watch who fell in the Great Wat of 1914-18).— Matron, Mrs Ethel Shepherd, 
R.R.C. (Telephone No. 7069) ; Hon. Treasurer, Major Lewis Gibson, D.S.O., 
T.D., Union Bank of Scotland, Ltd., Perth ; Bankers, Union Bank of Scot- 
land, Ltd., Perth; Auditor, P. Nisbet, C.A., Perth; Law Agent, Major 
F. T. Wallace, O.B.E., S.S.C., Leven ; Hon. Secretary, Captain W. Low 
Mitchell, 11 Whitehall street. 

CHARITABLE MORTIFICATIONS.— 

Charles Anderson's — 1820. — A number of old men receive 8s 4d monthly, 
being half the free revenue of the fund. The other half is paid annually to the 
Indigent Sick Society. The capital is £2,600. Patrons, the Kirk-Session. 
Factor, Charles Soutar, 7 Ward road. 

The Charles Barrie Fund for Aged Seamen. — For seamen who have 
sailed in ocean-going vessels for at least 25 years, or have been disabled, and 
are unfit for work ; also for widows and dependants of deceased seamen. 
Chairman, B. L. Nairn ; Trustees, Sir Charles C. Barrie, J. J. Barrie, R. B. 
Graham, Richard S. Bennet, Captain W. F. Gregory ; Treasurer, J. D. Panton ; 
Secretary, George G. Ritchie, Harbour Clerk, Harbour chambers. 

John Boyd Baxter Fund. — The interest of £8,000 applied for the benefit 
of elderly, deserving, respectable females, not less than fifty-five years of age, 
and natives of Dundee or neighbourhood, which includes any place in Forfar- 
shire within a radius of six miles from Town House of Dundee and the burgh 
of Newport in Fife or, if born elsewhere, who have been resident in Dundee 
or neighbourhood for at least ten years immediately preceding their admission. 
Pensioners must reside in Dundee or neighbourhood as above defined. 
Managers, the Lord Provost, First Bailie, Sheriff Substitute, the Parish 
Minister of Dundee, Lord Dean of Guild, Dean of Faculty of Procurators, 
President of Chamber of Commerce, Chief Magistrate of Newport. This Fund 
is intended for persons who have been in better circumstances. Beneficiaries, 
32, who receive £10 per annum each. Factor, James A. Graham, 2 Union st. 

George Brown's — 1695. — The annual income is derived from a ground 
annual of £80 secured over property in the Overgate. The free income of this 
Mortification is divided — one half is devoted to the maintenance of aged poor 
people of either sex — and the other is paid over to the Educational Trust for 
educational purposes. Each aged person receives £4 per annum. Patrons, 
Lord Provost, Bailies, Ministers of the Parish Church of Dundee and the South 
Church, and Kirk Treasurer. Factor, C. Skinner, 4 High street. 

Alexander Cameron's Trust. — The funds amount to £4,400. Income 
applied for alimenting of deserving old men and women (resident in the 
Parish of Dundee) not under 60 years of age who are not in receipt of 
parochial relief or an Old Age Government Pension, or entitled to receive 
an Old Age Pension, in sums, payable half-yearly, of (1) £6 per annum to 
relatives, and (2) £4 to others. Trustees, Lord Dean of Guild, Senior Bailie, 
Rev. Dr Fergusson, Rev. Dr Nelson, and Convener of the Nine Trades, all for 
the time being. Factors, Hendry & Fenton, 4 High street. 

The Sir James Caird Land Acquisition Fund. — The funds amount to 
£100,000. Income to be utilised by Town Council of Dundee in the acquisi- 
tion of land ia or around the boundaries of the city in the interest and for 
the benefit of the community. William Aiken, City Chamberlain, Treasurer 
of the Fund. 

Lillias Currance or Ogilvie's — 1862. — Capital, £1,000. The income 
applied to maintain and support indigent old men, natives of and residing in 
Dundee, decayed tradesmen having preference not under 55 3 T ears of age. 
Persons of the name of Ogilvie or Currance have preference ; decayed 
members of the Incorporated Trades of Dundee come next. Beneficiaries 
number 9, who receive £6 yearly. £79 14s 8d held for Indigent Sick Society 
and £78 2s lOd for Dundee Female Society — Income paid over to these bodies. 
Factors, Thos. Thornton, Son, & Co., 15 Albert square. 



CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. Ill 

Admiral Duff's Bequest for Scripture Reader. — Funds, £1,080. 
Income paid to Scripture Reader. Patrons, the Town Council. Factor, 
William Aiken, City Chamberlain. 

John Ferguson Bequest. — Created by the late David Ferguson, Esq., 
Leith, in memory of his brother, John Ferguson, sometime of Dundee. The 
income of £5,000 falls to be applied by the Directors of the Royal Dundee 
Institution for the Blind in assisting persons living in the Dundee district 
who may be suffering from any form of disease of the eye, preference being 
given to persons who have lost their sight in mature years. Factors, Bell & 
Henderson, 10 Whitehall street. 

Mortification for Scots Episcopal Clergyman in Dundee by Mrs 
E. Fyffe, of Pitkerro. — Funds, £125. Interest paid to Incumbent of the 
Scots Episcopal Church in Dundee. Patrons, the Town Council. Factor, 
William Aiken, City Chamberlain. 

Mrs Gibson's Bequest. — The interest of £122 applied for the preaching 
of a sermon yearly against Cruelty to Animals. Patrons, Lord Provost, Lord 
Dean of Guild, the Parish Minister of Dundee, and first Master of the 
Academy. Factor, William Aiken, City Chamberlain. 

John Grieve's — 1806. — The sum of £393 Is 3d, mortified for the mainten- 
ance of an indigent lunatic in the Dundee Asylum. Patrons, the Kirk-Session. 
Factor, Treasurer of the Dundee Mental Hospital. 

Guthrie Davidson Mortifications. — For the benefit of the Industrial 
Schools' Society, Deaf and Dumb Institution, Royal Orphan Institution, and 
Royal Infirmary. Governors — Lord Provost of Dundee, Sheriff-Substitute of 
County of Forfar at Dundee, Parish Minister of Dundee, Bishop of Diocese 
of Brechin, Lord Dean of Guild, Convener of the Nine Trades, Rev. Hugh 
C. R. Cunnynghame, J. L. Carmichael, T. N. J. Bell. Factors, Gray, 
Robertson, & Co., 1 Albert square. 

Miss Elizabeth Halyburton's — 1826. — The interest of £847 is annually 
divided amongst three, four, or five maiden ladies. Patrons, the Town Council. 
Factor, William Aiken, City Chamberlain. 

The William Harris Institution. — William Harris, Esq., in 1874 created 
a Trust, which was afterwards supplemented by his sister, Miss Margaret 
Harris, for the assistance of persons (male or female), who from a better condi- 
tion in life have been reduced to necessitous circumstances (persons who have 
filled menial occupations are excluded). The annual income of this fund is 
about £600. Pensioners receive from £10 to £20 per annum. Trustees — 
The Parish Minister of Dundee ; one elected annually by the Town Council ; 
one elected annually by the Dundee Chamber of Commerce, and William 
M. Ritchie, William H. Valentine, H. A. Pattullo, Harold S. Sharp, 
Sir Alex. Spence, Athole F. Stewart, H. Giles Walker, D. Douglas Ogilvie. 
Factor, W. M. Grant, 10 Panmure street. 

Miss Janet Henderson's — 1848. — Capital, £2,200. Seventeen old or 
indigent women each receive an annual allowance of £5 from the revenue. 
Domestic servants are strictly prohibited, by the Mortifier's will, from sharing 
in the benefits of the trust. No person will be admitted who is in receipt of 
parochial relief or an Old Age Government Pension or entitled to receive an 
Old Age Pension. Trustees — Rev. Dr Fergusson, William S. Thompson, 
James Fenton. Factors, Hendry & Fenton, 4 High street. 

The Home Mortification. — Capital, £3,753 lis 9d. The income applied 
for the use and benefit of "The Home," an institution for the reformation 
of females. Factors, Gray, Robertson, & Co. , 1 Albert square. 

Hospital Fund and Johnston's Bequest. — These Mortifications are 
vested in, and administered by, the Lord Provost, Magistrates, and Coun- 
cillors of Dundee under a special Act of Parliament, entitled "The Dundee 
Churches and Hospital Act, 1864," regulating and confirming the ancient 
Royal Charter and Foundation to the Burgh and the Mortifications for 
behoof of the ministers of the Town Churches (in supplement of the Common 
Good of the Burgh) and the poor of the Town, all as contained in the ancient 
Charters, Act of Parliament, and arrangements by the several bodies concerned 



112 CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

thereby confirmed. The Magistrates and Council are vested in property and 
estate under the Act to the amount of £32,245 of the Hospital Trust and 
£25,260 of Johnston's Bequest. On the roll of the Hospital Fund from the 
portion of the Fund applicable to the poor there are 246 pensioners, and on 
that of Johnston's Bequest 184 pensioners, each of whom receives £4 10s per 
annum. Under the Church of Scotland (Property and Endowments) Act, 
1925, the obligation to the Ministers was discharged by a cash payment. 
Government pensioners are ineligible for the above Mortifications. Factor, 
William Aiken, City Chamberlain. 

The Peter Benevolent Fund. — Capital, £6,135. Income to be applied in 
giving contributions to deserving and indigent old gentlewomen in Dundee. 
Beneficiaries receive £10 per annum, payable half-yearly. Trustees, Lewis 
F. Robertson and Robert Rollo Steven. Factors, Rollo & Steven, 62 
Seagate, Dundee. 

Lochee Fund for Women. — The capital amounts to £4,080. Income 
applied in making payments to deserving women, either widows or unmarried, 
not under 55 years of age, of respectable character, born or resident in 
Lochee, or who have resided in Lochee for not less than seven years, and are 
still resident there, and who are not in receipt of parochial relief or an Old 
Age Government Pension or entitled to receive an Old Age Pension. Annual 
allowance not exceeding £5. Trustees, David Brydie, James W. Hutton, 
and Daniel Henderson. Factors, Hendry & Fenton, 4 High street. 

M'Lean's Bequest. — Founded in 1878. The annual revenue to be applied 
for the benefit of the inmates of the Dundee Poorhouse. Funds, £150. 
Factor, William Aiken, City Chamberlain. 

Mrs Euphan Mann or Roger's — The Widows' Fund, 1665. — At present 
twenty-seven poor widows receive an annual payment of £5. Patrons, the 
Kirk-Session. The amount of capital is £3,500. Factor, Charles Soutar, 
7 Ward road. 

George Marshall's Bequest. — The interest of £600 is directed annually 
for the benefit of sailors who have served in the Royal Navy. Patrons, the 
Master and Committee of the Trinity House, Dundee. Factor, David 
Patterson, 1 Albert square. 

Mrs Moncur Memorial Fund. — Capital, £10,000. Income applied for 
the relief of deserving widows of any age and deserving females not under 60 
years of age of respectable character who are natives and resident in the city 
of Dundee, or who have resided in the city for not less than 10 years, and 
who are not in receipt of parochial relief or an Old Age Government Pension 
or entitled to receive an Old Age Pension. Trustees and Managers, Lord 
Provost, President of Chamber of Commerce, Moderator of the Church of 
Scotland Presbytery of Dundee, Alexander Moncur, Adam Hunter, Rev. A. 
J. Forrest, A. Inglis Shepherd. Factors, Hendry & Fenton, 4 High street. 

The Ouchterlony Old Men's Indigent Society. — For relieving the 
necessities of deserving and indigent old men either born in Dundee or the 
neighbourhood thereof or connected with Dundee or the neighbourhood 
thereof. Trustees, A. B. Ruthven, 53 Strathern road, West Ferry, William 
Scott, 4 Roxburgh terrace, John M'Nicoll, 251 Perth road. 

Lord Panmure's— 1840. — The interest of £1,000, given to the City by the 
late Lord Panmure, is paid annually to the Boyal Infirmary. Factor, 
William Aiken, City Chamberlain. 

Mrs Margaret Petrie or Morton's — 1827. — The interest of the bulk of 
her fortune, about £20,000, is destined for the maintenance of aged and 
indigent persons belonging to the town and parish of Dundee, those of the 
name of Petrie and Wighton having a preference, who each receives £6 per 
annum. There are about 150 pensioners on the roll. Patrons, T. N. J. Bell, 
T. H. H. Walker, T. H. Smith, F. D. S. Sandeman, W. D. Macdougall, H. 
S. Sharp, and Sir Alex. Spence. Factor, James A. Graham, 2 Union street. 

James Pullar's — 1804. — The sum of £3,000 affords annually £10 to the 
Infirmary, £5 to the poor of the Nine Trades, and £5 to the poor of the 
Parish, the one half of the remainder of the annual rent being paid to the 
Dundee Educational Trust, and the other half being paid to ten old men and 
women not under 60 years of age ; those who can trace their pedigree from 
John Pullar, the Mortifier's father, pref enedfirst ; second, persons of the name of 



CHARITABLE AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 113 

Pullar ; and third, strangers. Patrons, the Minister of the Overgate district, 
twenty members of Kirk-Session, Convener and Deacons of the Nine Trades, 
and their immediate predecessors in office. Factor, Jas. Simpson, 12 Bank st. 

James Ramsay's Mortification — 1734. — Funds, £1056, and are to be 
applied for the purpose of building and furnishing a Workhouse for idle 
and vagrant persons. Patrons, the Lord Provost, Bailies, Lord Dean of 
Guild, and Convener of Nine Trades. Factor, William Aiken, City- 
Chamberlain. 

Robson Curr Fund. — Founded in 1890 by the Trustees of the late 
Mrs Christina Curr, widow of William Curr, Merchant, Dundee, to which the 
Trustees of Miss Margaret Robson, sister of Mrs Curr, made a contribution 
out of the residue of her estate. Purpose. — Aiding old persons of both sexes 
belonging to Dundee and neighbourhood. Trustees, David Low Carmichael, 
Mrs Harry Walker, W. F. Small, Rev. DrFergusson. Factors, Shiell& Small, 
5 Bank street. 

Stmkrs' Fund for Indigent Females — 1878. — The interest of £11,000 
applied for the benefit of infirm and indigent females of respectable 
character, resident in the town and parish of Dundee, including Lochee and 
Broughty Ferry. Patrons, Lord Provost, Sheriff-Substitute of Angus 
resident in Dundee, Lord Dean of Guild, and First and Second Bailies. 
Factor, John M. Soutar, 31 Reform street. 

Tat Bridge Disaster Fund. — Founded in 1879 for the benefit of 
necessitous dependents of persons who lost their lives. Funds, £597. 
Factor, William Aiken, City Chamberlain. 

Thomas Smith Thomson's. — A number of old men receive £5 yearly. 
The capital is £800. Patrons, the Kirk-Session. Factor, Charles Soutar, 7 
Ward road. 

Webster and Davidson Mortification for the Blind. — The interest 
of about £18,000 applied in annuities to blind men and women, and the 
education, maintenance, and advancement in life of blind young men and 
blind young women over 18 years of age. Patrons, the Lord Provost, 
Sheriff Substitute, Parish Minister of Dundee, Lord Dean of Guild, Con- 
vener of Nine Trades, President of Royal Dundee Institution for the Blind, and 
three Governors elected annually. Factor, James A. Graham, 2 Union street. 

The Fleming Trust.— On 20th December 1928, Robert Fleming, Esq., 8 
Crossley square, London, under a Declaration of Trust by the Lord Provost, 
Magistrates, and Councillors of the City and Royal Burgh of Dundee, gifted 
£130,000 five per cent. War Loan (1929-47) in Bearer Bonds and the produce 
thereof, which was supplemented on 20th August 1929 by a cash gift of 
£25,000, making a total of £155,000 to be utilised in purchasing lands and 
buildings, and also for the clearance and demolition of slum dwelling-houses 
and the provision of suitable accommodation for re-housing the displaced 
occupants of slum property in Dundee. William Aiken, City Chamberlain, 
Treasurer of the Trust. 

The "Gray" Gift. — A block of twenty-four single apartment houses, 
erected at the junction of Kinghorne road and Rosebank street by the family 
of the late Mr and Mrs Peter Gray as a memorial to their parents. The 
houses to be let to single women at a rent of £8 per annum, exclusive of 
rates ; the surplus from rents, after repairs and upkeep, to form a fund to 
perpetuate the gift or to build further houses of a similar nature. The site 
has been gifted by the Town Council. 

The Misses Isabella and Elizabeth Mudie Trust.— Trustees, John 
Howe, 17 Shamrock street, and James Anderson Kyd, solicitor. The nett 
revenue is disbursed in making grants to persons of either sex resident in the 
city, who, on account of sickness or disease, or for any other cause, are in the 
opinion of the administrators deserving and in need of assistance, the payments 
to any person not to exceed £20 in any one year. 150 beneficiaries are at present 
in receipt of £10 each per annum. The administrators of the Bequest are 
the Lord Provost, Lord Dean of Guild, and the Parish Minister of Dundee. 
Secretaries and Factors, Shield & Kyd, 1 Albert square. 



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MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

NEWSPAPERS AND PUBLICATIONS.— 

Daily— Courier and Advertiser, 7 to 25 Bank street. — Id. 

„ — Evening Telegraph and Post, Courier place, Albert square. — Id. 
Weekly— Adventure, Courier place, Albert square. — (Monday) 2d. 

,, — Broughtt Ferry Guide and Carnoustie Gazette, 250 Brook 

street, Broughty Ferry. — (Friday) Id. 
,, — Dundee Catholic Herald, 82 Bell street. — (Friday) 2d. 
,, —Dundee Free Press, 14 Victoria road.— (Friday) 2d. 
,, — Dundee Prices Current (Jute and Linen), 12 Panmure street. 
— (Wednesday) £2 10s per annum, post free. 
—Dundee Textile Report, 30 Meadowside.— (Saturday) £1 per 
annum, post free. 
,, — Fairyland Tales, 7 to 25 Bank street. — (Friday) 2d. 
„ — My Weekly, 7 to 25 Bank street. — (Tuesday) 2d. 
,, — People's Friend, 7 to 25 Bank street. — (Friday) 2d. 
,, —People's Journal, 7 to 25 Bank street. — (Saturday) 2d. 
,, — Red Arrow, Courier place, Albert square. — (Friday) 2d. 
,, — Red Letter, Courier place, Albert square. — (Tuesday) 2d. 
,, — Red Star Weekly, Courier place, Albert square. — (Thursday) 2d. 
,, — Rover, Courier place, Albert square. — (Thursday) 2d. 
,, — Skipper, Courier place, Albert square. — (Saturday) 2d. 
,, — Sporting Post, Courier place, Albert square. — (Saturday) Id. 
,, — Sunday Post, Courier place, Albert square. — (Sunday) 2d. 
., — Topical Times, Courier place. Albert square. — (Tuesday) 2d. 
,, — Weekly News, Courier place, Albert square. — (Friday) 2d. 
,, — Weekly Welcome, Courier place, Albert square. — (Thursday) 2d. 
,, — Wizard, Courier place, Albert square. — (Tuesday) 2d. 
,, — Woman's Way, Courier place, Albert square. — (Thursday) 2d. 
Fortnightly — Dixon Hawke Library, Courier place, Albert square. — 
(Friday) 4d. 
,, — Red Letter Novels, Courier place, Albert sq. — (Friday) 6d. 
,, — People's Friend Library, 7 to 25 Bank street. — (Friday) 6d. 

,, — White Heather Novels, 7 to 25 Bank street. — (Friday) 4d. 
,, — Ivy Stories, 7 to 25 Bank street — (Friday) 4d. 

Monthly— A.B.C. Railway Time Tables, 13 Albert square. — 2d. 

,, — Dundee Jute and Flax Workers' Guide, 71 Nethergate — ^d. 
,, — Dundee Railway Time Tables, 31 Castle street. — 2d. 
,, — Scots Magazine, 7 to 25 Bank street. — Is. 

Annually — Dundee Directory, 112 Nethergate. — 10s 6d. 

NEWSPAPER PRESS FUND.— Chairman, F. R. Simmers ; Hon. Secre- 
tary, William Bowman, People's Journal office ; Special Efforts Secretary, 
R. D. Low. 

CLUBS.— 

Broughty Ferry Club, 5 St Vincent st., B.F. — Club Steward, G. M. Lindsay. 
Cosmopolitan Club, 7 Ward road. — Caretaker, Miss Dickson. 
Eastern Club, 3 Albert square. — Clubmistress, Miss Low. 
Imperial Club, 86 Nethergate. — Secretary, B. Drummond. 
New and Angus Club, 138 Nethergate. — Manageress, MissM. Cruickshank. 
Western Club, 1 New Inn entry, High street. — Secretary, John Deas ; 
Clubmaster, David C. Fairweather. 

DUNDEE BUSINESS CLUB.— Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, James R. 
Gellatly, 41 Reform street. 
DUNDEE ROTARY CLUB.— Hon. Secy. , T. K. Douglas, 13 Albert square. 

ORLOMEL INTERNATIONAL CLUB.— Treasurer and Secretary, Alex. 
S. R. Sharpe, 509 Brook street, Broughty Ferry. 



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TOO H. (TALBOT HOUSE).— Secretary, Charles Lindsay, 7 Bellefield 
avenue. Meets Tuesday evenings at 225 Overgate. 

DUNDEE HOETICULTURAL SOCIETY (with which is incorporated the 
Dundee Chrysanthemum Society and the Dundee Horticultural Association). 
— President, W. H. Buist ; Vice-Presidents, Miss Roberts, Douglas Nairn, 
Alexander Macrae, D. C. Hutcheson, T. C. Brown, James Beats, John 
Campbell, William Reid, Findlay Lesslie, James Lockhart ; Hon. Treasurer, 
D. A. Mortimer ; Hon. Secretary, James M. Martin, 53 Westport. 

WORKING MEN'S GARDENS.— 

Ancrum Road Garden Allotment Association. — Secretary-Treasurer, 
John Kippen, 54 Campbell street, Lochee. 

Clepington Working Men's Gardens Association, Arklay street. — 
Secretary, William Shepherd, 27 Clepington street. 

Dundee Allotment Holders' and Amateurs' Horticultural Associa- 
tion. — Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, David C. Jeffrey, 93 Commercial street. 

Gardner Street Garden Allotment Association. — Secretary and 
Treasurer, W. B. Wilson, 18 Gardner street. 

Kinnaird Garden Allotment Association, Kinghorne road. — Secretary, 
Leonard Allen, 2 Smith street. 

Stirling Park Garden Allotment Association. — Secretary, Archibald 
Symons, 1 Leng street. 

Vegetable Allotment Gardens.— See page 47. 

EAST OF SCOTLAND BEE-KEEPERS' ASSOCIATION.— Hon. Secy., 
John F. Falconer, 33 Tullideph road. 

FORFARSHIRE CRICKET CLUB.— Hon. Secretary, D. H. L. Stewart, 
14 Long wynd, or 42 Camperdown street, Broughty Ferry. 

GOLF CLUBS.— 

Broughty Ladies. — Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs Macdonald, 2 Castle 
terrace, Broughty Ferry. 

Caird Park. — Secretary, A. R. Fyfe, 20 Argyle street. 

Courier and Electric. — Secretary, James A. Hume, 68 Elm street. 

Dundee and District News Trade. — Hon. Secretary, A. Steel, 90 
Victoria road. 

Dundee Press. — Secretary, A. D. Holmes, Advertiser office, 7 Bank street. 

Jute Industries. — Secy., Manson MacGregor, Meadow Place buildings. 

Licensed Victuallers. — Secretary, J. D. Little, 39 Dock street. 

Martfiei.D. — Secretary, A. S. G. Thomson, 165 Albert street. 

Municipal. — Secretary, E. J. M'Donald, 1 Shore terrace. 

ANGLING CLUBS.— 

Broughty Ferry. — Secretary and Treasurer, Robert Wilkie, 6 Church 
street, Broughty Ferry. 
Dundee. — Hon. Secy, and Treasurer, William Scott, 4 Roxburgh terrace. 
East End.— Secretary and Treasurer, John Barnett, 333 Clepington road. 
West End. — Hon. Secy, and Treasurer, William Stewart, 24 Dock street. 

FOOTBALL ASSOCIATIONS AND CLUBS (with Secretaries).— 
Forfarshire Football Association.— David B. Purvis, 20 Hill street, 

Montrose. 
Forfarshire Junior Football Association. — James H. Townsend, 22 

Glenmarkie terrace. 



116 MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

Midlands Amateur Football Association.— C. Wallace, 42 St Mary pi. 

Angus Amateur Football Association. — A. Livingstone, 21 Step row. 

Scottish Amateur Football Association (Midlands Executive). — John 
A. Stuart, 4 Laurelbank. 

Dundee Junior Football Association.— G. R. Cameron, 32 Constitution 
street. 

Half-Holiday Football Association.— A. Johnston, 23 Princes street. 

Scottish Football Referees' Association (Angus Branch).— S. John- 
ston, 31 Isles' lane. 

Dundee Football Club, Limited.— Manager and Secretary, James Bisset. 
Registered Office, Dens Park. 

Dundee United Football Club, Limited.— Manager, William Reid. 
Registered Office, Tannadice Park. 

East Craigie Football Club. — William Elder, 19 St Matthew street. 
Ground, Craigie Park, Old Craigie road. 

Stobswell Football Club. — Robert P. Cadenhead, 4 Arklay terrace. 
Ground, East End Park, Old Craigie road. 

Violet Football Club. — C. S. MacLean, 11 Abbotsford place. Ground, 
Glenesk Park, off Loons road. 

BROUGHTY FERRY GAMES CLUB (Lawn Tennis, Hockey) Grounds, 
Fintry place, Forthill road, Broughty Ferry. Hon. Secretary, W. Low 
Mitchell, 8 Cedar road, Broughty Ferry ; Match Secretary, A. Air th Grant, 
Ayrebrayde, Forthill road, Broughty Ferry. 

MIDLAND LADIES' HOCKEY ASSOCIATION".— Secretary and Treas- 
urer, Miss Hynd, 19 Douglas terrace, West Ferry. 

SCOTTISH AMATEUR BOXING ASSOCIATION (Midland District).— 
Secretary, Harry Shaw, 34 Woodside avenue. Clubs and Secretaries. — 
Dundee A. B.C., William Thomson, 5 Parker street ; Camperdown Welfare 
A.B.C., P. Whyte, 31 Whorterbank, Lochee ; R.N.V.R., C.P.O. Paterson, 
H.M.S. Unicorn; St Andrews University A. B.C., Lieut. A. Stark ; Broughty 
Ferry A. A. C, A. M'Inroy, 50 Castle street, Broughty Ferry; Leuchars Air 
Force A.B.C., Sports Officer, R.A.F. Base, Leuchars; Almondvalley A.G.C., 
David Stewart, Almondview, Almondbank ; Perth A.A.C., Harry Myers, 
Veterans' cottages, Crieff road, Perth; Perth A.B.C., W. M. Honeyman, 
Y.M.C.A. buildings, Princes street, Perth; Aberdeen A. B.C., T. L.'Begg, 
20 North Selvo street, Aberdeen. 

DUNDEE GYMNASIUM.— Trustees, T. N. J. Bell, H. S. Sharp, J.Kinloch, 
L. E. Hill ; Committee of Management, the Trustees ; Instructor, George 
M'Dowell; Secretaries and Treasurers, Thos. Thornton, Son, & Co., 
15 Albert square. 

SCOTTISH AMATEUR GYMNASTIC ASSOCIATION.— Local Repre- 
sentatives. — Hon. Vice-Presidents, Peter M'Cabe, D. M.Brown, Sir William 
Henderson, Sir AVilliam High ; Vice-President, J. B. Roger; Auditors, T. B. 
Dick, J. B. Elder ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, William C. Young, The 
Lodge, Belford road, Edinburgh. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT AMATEUR GYMNASTIC ASSOCIA- 
TION. — Hon. Secy, and Treas., Edward Palmer, 4 Nursery road, B. Ferry. 

Affiliated Clubs. — Dundee Y.M.C.A. Gymnastic and Athletic Club. — 
Hon. Secretary, Wm. A. Milne, 14 Wilkie's lane. Dundee Battalion Boys' 
Brigade — Convener, Jas. Eggie, 1 Gibson ter., 43 Mains loan ; Logie Church 
Gymnastic Club— Hon. Secretary, W. Davidson, 42 Cleghorn street; St 
Paul's Mission — Hon. Secretary, James Couttie, 42 Westport. 

DUNDEE LADIES' FENCING CLUB.— Secretary, Miss Couttie, 61 
Clepington road. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT GYMNASTIC GUILD.— Secretary, J. B. 
Roger, 295 Strathmore avenue. 

DUNDEE PHYSICAL CULTURE AND ATHLETIC CLUB (Y.M.C.A.). 
— Secretary, William Keith, 62 Alpin road. 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 117 

SCOTTISH ASSOCIATION FOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION, Men.— 
Secretary and Treasurer, James Forbes, City chambers, Crichton street. 

SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCE SOCIETY, Dundee Branch.— Secretary 
and Treasurer, James Forbes, 17 Yewbank avenue, Broughty Ferry. 

LOCHEE STRATHSPEY AND REEL SOCIETY.— Secretary, Robert 
Ferguson, 20 Glenogil avenue. 

LAWN TENNIS CLUBS (with Secretaries).— 

Midland Counties (op Scotland) Lawn Tennis Association. — 
Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Lewis I. Collins, 12 Whitehall street. 

Scottish Public Courts Lawn Tennis Association. — Secretary and 
Treasurer, A. Donaldson, 41 Baldovan terrace. 

Dundee Public Courts Tennis League. — Secretary, Alexander Donald- 
son, 41 Baldovan terrace. 

Arbroath.— J. D. M'Culloch, Clydesdale Bank, Arbroath; Match Secys., 
J. D. M'Culloch, Clydesdale Bank, Arbroath, and Miss M. P. Wilson, 
Rotomahana, Arbroath. 

Broughty Ferry (Holly road, Broughty Ferry).— D. Caird, 3 Whinny - 
brae, Broughty Ferry ; Match Secy., W. F. Lane, 66 Monifleth road, B.F. 

Carnoustie.— Miss A. A. Kydd, East Scryne, Carnoustie ; Match Secretary, 
Mrs David Kidd, Garfield, Carlogie road, Carnoustie. 

Craigielea (Dalkeith road). — Norman Kenny, 47 E. Haddon road; Match 
Secretaries, Miss M. Middleton, 105 Clepington road, and Bernard H. 
Dudman, 21 Gannochie terrace. 

Downfield (Symers street).— Miss Millar, 67 Johnston avenue. 

Dudhope (Adelaide place).— T. M. Johnstone, 20 Whitehall crescent; 
Match Secretaries, J. R. Bond, 73 Murraygate, and Miss Parker, Meadow 
Place buildings. 

Forfar — W. A. Doig, 7 Little Causeway, Forfar ; Match Secretaries, 
W. A. Doig, 7 Little Causewaj - , Forfar, and Miss K. Cramond, Manor 
house, Forfar. 

Games Club.— W. Low Mitchell, 8 Cedar road, Broughty Ferry ; Match 
Secretaries, A. Airth Grant, Ayrebrayde, Bro. Ferry, and Miss Watson, 9 
Albert road, West Ferry. 

Harris Academy.— Alexander Lunan, 60 Campbell street, Lochee ; Match 
Secretary, W. H. Law, 1 Gowrie street. 

High School (Arbroath road).— W. S. Phillips, 310 Strath martine road, 
Downfield; Match Secretaries, J. S. Robertson, jun., 7 Camphill road, 
Broughty Ferry, and Miss B. W. Low, 22 Paton's lane. 

Invergowbie. — Ian G. M'Dougall, 4 Auburn terrace, Invergowrie ; Men's 
Match Secretary, W. M. Doig, Newhiggle, Invergowrie. Ladies' Match 
Secretary, Miss Ethel Fraser, 37 County place, Invergowrie. 

Kirriemuir. — Miss M. W. Moncur, Mansefield, Kirriemuir. 

Lochee (Wellbum street).— D. Smith, 48 Liff road, Lochee. 

Monifieth.— J. T. Stirling, Hill street, Monifieth ; Match Secretaries, 
J. B. Meikle, Golf avenue, Monifieth, and Miss R. Swan, Grange, Monifieth. 

Morgan Academy.— Secretary, W. M. Crabbe, 11 Janefield place. 

Newport. — Miss H. M. Gray, Struiebrae, East Newport ; Match Secretary, 
R. Morton, Darvel lodge, Cupar road, East Newport. 

Newbigging Manse.— Mrs C. J. Davidson, The Manse, Newbigging, 
Kinsrennie. 



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Stobsmuir (Forfar road). — W. R. Lamb, 19 Morgan st.; Match Secretary, 
R. M. Davidson, 3 Kenilworth avenue. 

University College. — Lieut. A. Stark, University, St Andrews. 

West End (Shaftesbury road). — Hon. Secretary, J. Tawse Brown, 2 Oak- 
wood terrace ; Match Secretaries, J. Tawse Brown, and Miss Young, 9 
Springfield. 

Wormit. — Richard Webster, Violetbank, Newburgh road, Wormit. 

Y.M.C.A.— Don. Tyrell, 17 Inverary terrace. 

FORFARSHIRE LADIES' LACROSSE CLUB.— Secretary, Miss Grant, 
15 Fairfield road, West Ferry. 

BOWLING CLUBS (with Secretaries).— 

Dundee Public Bowling Clubs' League. — Secretary and Treasurer, 
Charles Johnston, 5 Melrose terrace. 

Forfarshire Association. — Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, John Paul, 
342 Queen street, Broughty Ferry. 

Three Counties Bowling Association (Forfar, Perth, and Fife). — 
Secretary and Treasurer, John Paul, 312 Queen street, Broughty Ferry. 

Dundee Bowling Association. — James M'Laren (Fairfield), 13a Ward rd. 

Dundee and District Masonic Bowling Association. — Andrew F. 
Hill, 47 Hill street. 

Dundee and District Half-Holiday Bowling Association. — H. 
Killacky, 205 Albert street. 

Municipal Employees' League — A. Atkinson, 95 Commercial street. 

Hunter Cup. — A. D. Macnaughton, 30 Meadowside. 

Balgay, Westpark road. — D. A. Mortimer, 5 Glamis drive. 

Barnhill, Collingwood street, Barnhill. — E. H. Deas, 4 Collingwood st. 

Barrack Park Public. — Peter Crighton, 14 Barrack street. 

Baxter Park. — David R. Pattison, 7 Woodside terrace. 
(Public).— N. Ellis, 27 Lyon street. 

Blackness Public, Victoria Park. — A. Fleming, 16 City road. 

Brothekhood. — James Colville, 123 Blackness road. 

Broughty, Albert road, W. Ferry. — J. R. Wilson, Montague st., Barnhill. 

Broughty Castle, King street, Bro. Ferry. — John Paul, 342 Queen st., B.F. 

Camperdown, Lochee Park. — George Hutcheson, 66 South road, Lochee. 

Craigie, Dalkeith road. — George AVhite, 9 East Haddon road. 

Dudhope, Adelaide place. — C. J. Mitchell, 14 Garland place. 

Dundee Post Office. — Edward Shepherd, 74 Ward road. 

Dundee Shepherds. — J. Walker, 54 Ellengowan drive. 

East End Public. — George Gray, 3 Glebe street. 

Fairfield, Fairmuir road. — W. S. Mortimer, 195 Strathmartine road. 

Fairmuir Public. — George Fowler, 19 Kenmore terrace. 

Hillcrest, Blackness road. — W. K. Wood, 17 Abbotsford place. 

Invergowrie. — David Lockhart, Park place, Invergowrie. 

Lawsonian. — Thomas Anderson, 90 Albert street. 

Lochee, Ancrum road. — J. S. Roberts, 42 Glenesk avenue. 

Longforgan. — Andrew Macfarlane, Castle road, Longforgan. 

Maryfield, Madeira street. — D. G. Irons. 1 Woodriffe ter., E. Newport. 

North End. — George Smith, 32 Ann street. 

Orchar Park, Broughty Ferry. — Wm. Niven, jun., W. Queen st., B. Ferry. 

St Crispin. — George Bathie, 27 Lyon street. 

West End, Magdalen Green. — W. B. Thorns, 20 Shepherd's loan. 

Unicorn Public. — Frank Crystal, 9 Ellengowan drive. 

CURLING CLUBS.— 

Affleck, Monikie. — Secy, and Treas., Andrew Greive, Hillhead, Monikie. 

Baldovan. — Hon. Secretary, Tom M. L. Neish, 31 Reform street (Tele- 
phone No. 3985). 

Broughty, Camphill road. — Secretary, J. E. MTntyre, 29 Commercial st. 

Camperdown Estate, Camperdown. — Secj\ and Treasurer, T. P. Douglas 
Murray, 44 Coupar Angus road, Lochee. 



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Dundee, Forfar road. — Secretary, Hugh T. Templeton, 26 Pitkerro road. 

Pitkekko. — Secretary, Harry Inglis, Baldovie cottage, Kingennie. 

CYCLISTS' TOURING CLUB — Representative Councillor for Scotland 
(North), and Chief Consul for Aberdeen, Forfar, Kincardine, Perth, Ross- 
shire, Sutherland, and Caithness, Prof. Steggall, 341 Perth road. 

Dundee District Association. — Hon. Secretary, D. Kinnear, 76 Coupar 
street, Lochee ; Hon. Runs Secretary, A. Coupar, 34 Wolseley street. 

NATIONAL CYCLISTS' UNION.— Secretary, Thomas R. M 'Robbie, 
145 Seagate. 

SCOTTISH YOUTH HOSTELS ASSOCIATION.— Dundee and District 
Committee. Hon. Secretary, H. G. Haxton, 7 East Haddon road. 

DUNDEE ROADS CYCLING CLUB.— Secretary, Thomas R. M 'Robbie, 
145 Seagate. 

DUNDEE "WESTERN MOTOR CYCLE CLUB.— Trials Secretary, 
James Heggie, Gasworks, Monifieth. 

DUNDEE MOTOR CLUB, LIMITED.— Registered Office, 12 Victoria 
chambers. Secretary, Ian Morgan, Motor Union, 12 Victoria chambers. 

DUNDEE AERO AND GLIDING CLUB.— Secretary, B. F. Tonge, 36 
East Haddon road. 

AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION, 12 Victoria chambers; James Robertson, 
Local Representative. 

MID-SCOTTISH MOTOR AND MOTOR CYCLE LEAGUE.— Secretary, 
J. B. Allan, Briarbank, Barnhill. 

DUNDEE SAFETY FIRST COUNCIL.— Secretaries, J. Grafton Lawson 
& Co., 7 Ward road. 

SAFETY FIRST COMMITTEE.— Secretary, W. Lawson Driscall, Harbour 
chambers. 

THISTLE HARRIERS.— Clubrooms, 28 Abbotsford street. Hon. Secre- 
tary and Treasurer, Dickson Hogg, 20 Abbotsford street. 

HOLIDAY FELLOWSHIP RAMBLING CLUB (Dundee Group).— 
Secretary, Miss Isobel Robertson, 56a Dura street. 

C.H.A. RAMBLING CLUB.— Secretary, Miss J. T. Campbell, 405 Strath- 
martine road, Downfield. 

MIDLAND COUNTIES AMATEUR SWIMMING ASSOCIATION.— 
President, A. G. M'Millan ; Vice-President, Wm. Morrison ; Starters, D. 
Duncan and F. Hunt, jun. ; Handicapper, A. G. M'Millan; Hon. Secretary 
and Treasurer, Edward Mann, 32 Well street, Monifieth. 

Affiliated Clubs with their respective Secretaries. — Arbroath Boy Scouts, 
F. Blair, 57 Millgate ; Arbroath St Thomas, Arthur G. Hogg, 17 Ernest 
street, Arbroath ; Arnhall, F. Hunt, 1 Forebank terrace ; Arnhall Ladies', 
B. Kingsman, 13 Ellengowan drive ; Belmont, A. B. Jeans, 333 Kingsway ; 
Benvie, P. Davidson, 2 Stevenson street, Lochee ; City Police, Inspector W. 
Morrison, Central Police Chambers ; Postal, James Allan, 18 Derby street ; 
Y.M.C.A., James Farquharson, 30 King's road ; Boys' Brigade, J. J. Mitchell, 
3 School drive, Downfield ; Boy Scouts, C. C. Lamb, 11 Duntrune terrace, 
Broughty Ferry ; Forfar, D. Strachan, 29 East High street, Forfar ; Leven, 
A. Suttie, 4 Wilkie's cottages, Leven ; Lochee, A. Reid, 14 Liff road, Lochee ; 
Whitehall, George Prestcott, 62 Caldrum street ; Step Rock Amateurs, A. B. 
Paterson, 29 South street, St Andrews ; Forfar Boy Scouts, D. Wilson, 20 W. 
High street, Forfar ; Scotscraig, H. Phillip, Isla place, Tayport ; West End 
Open-Air Bathers, F. Norrie, 79 Arbroath road. 

Life Saving Scouts. — Secretary, D. C. Buik, 37 Union street. 

Royal Life-Saving Society. — Hon. Representative, Alfred W. Joyce, 
12 Castle terrace, Broughty Ferry. 

Royal Humane Society. — Hon. District Representative, Alfred W. 
Joyce, 12 Castle terrace, Broughty Ferry. 

DUNDEE CORINTHIAN BOATING CLUB.— Headquarters, Dundee 
Boatsheds, Esplanade. Secy., H. V. Wesson, Thomas street, Carnoustie. 

BROUGHTY FERRY BOATING CLUB.— Headquarters, Grassy Beach, 
W. Ferry. Hon. Treas. and Secy., A. MTntosh, 14 North Grove road, B.F. 



120 MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

ROYAL TAY YACHT CLUB.— Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Richard 
Brown, 5 Renny place, Broughty Ferry. 

Public Baths, "West Protection "Wall. — Swimming and Private Baths 
(Salt and Fresh Water), Turkish Bath, Sandor Foam Baths, also Violet and 
Ultra- Violet Ray Baths. — The Baths are open daily in Summer from 6.30 
a.m. till 9 p.m., and in Winter from 9 a.m. till 8 p.m. Sundays, 6.30 
a.m. till 9 a.m. in Summer. 

Branch Establishments. — Baths and Washhouses at Guthrie street, 
Constable street, Caldrum street, Miller's wynd, and at High street, Lochee. 
WashhousesatMeadowsandLogie(8a.m.to9p.m. ; Saturdays, 8a.m.to6p.m.). 

Engineer and Manager of Baths and Washhouses — Barry Cuthill, M.I. 
Mech.E. (Telephone No. 4667). (See Adv.) 

INCORPORATED SOCIETY OF MUSICIANS, Dundee Branch.— 
Secretary, James Hinchliffe, 1 Tay square. 

CHAMBER MUSIC CLUB.— Secretary, Miss Mary M'G. Miller, 103 
Magdalen Yard road. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT MUSICAL COMPETITIVE FESTIVAL 
ASSOCIATION.— Executive Committee, W. H. Blyth Martin (Chairman) ; 
Sir William Henderson (Vice-Chairman) ; Mrs W. H. Buist, Mrs Cameron, 
Miss Air. Mrs Scott, J. H. Hood, James Watson, Robert Loggie, Miss E. T. 
Bell, James Adamson, J. R. Cameron, J. A. Christie, James C. Lee. Hon. 
Secretary and Treasurer, D. A. Mortimer, 31 Murraygate. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION OF ORGANISTS AND 
CHOIRMASTERS.— Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, William J. Wallace, 
51 Blackness avenue (Telephone No. 2865). 

LONDON COLLEGE OF MUSIC— Local Secretary, Mrs William 
Robertson s 58 Wellgate. 

TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC, LONDON, for Musical Education and 
Examination. — Local Committee, J. C. Low (Chairman), A. M. Stoole, 
Henry N. Forbes, James Hinchliffe, S. P. Guttridge; Secretary, Marie 
Gibson, 30 Whitehall street. 

DUNDEE PIPERS' SOCIETY.— Secy., Wm.Allardice, 8 Forest Park rd. 

CHORAL, ORCHESTRAL, AND OPERATIC SOCIETIES.— 

Barnhill Dramatic Society. — Secy., J. A. Melrose, 4 Maule st., Barnhill. 

Broughty Ferry Operatic Society. — Conductor, ErnestD. G. M'Pherson ; 
Secretary, G. B. Smith, 53 Castle street, Broughty Ferry. 

Broughty West Dramatic Society. — Hon. Secretary, Andrew King, 
175 Brook street, Broughty Ferry. 

Dundee Amateur Choral Union. — Conductor, Charles M. Cowe ; Hon. 
Secretary and Treasurer, Frank H. Morrison, 10 Whitehall street. 

Dundee Catholic Choral Union. — Conductor, Rev. J. Coogan; Hon. 
Secretary and Treasurer, J. Duffy, 78 Princes street. 

Dundee Dramatic Society. — Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Harold M. 
Adams, 32 Bank street. 

Dundee Beli.ringers' Association, Old Steeple. — Secretary, William 
Berwick, 10 Lunan terrace. 

Dundee Gaelic Musical Association. — Conductor, Douglas K. Patrick; 
Secretary, Miss C. Spalding, 4 Greendykes road. 

Dundee Male Voice Choir. — Conductor, Robert Whyte; Secretary, 
D. K. Stewart, 341 Clepington road. 

Dundee Operatic Society. — Hon. Secretary, T. J. Wishart, Fernbrae, 
Newburgh road, Worm it. 

Dundee Orchestral Society. — Conductor, A. M. Stoole ; Hon. Secretary 
and Treasurer, J. W. Husband, 15 Cowgate. 

Dundee Philharmonic Orchestral Society. — Conductor, Jack Hynd- 
man ; Secretary, R. Nelson Millar, Kilburn, High street, Monifieth. 

Dundee Select Choir. — Conductor, Henry Marshall; Hon. Secretary, 
John Martin, 33 Glenmoy avenue. 

Dundee West End Amateur Opera Co. — Conductor, Robert Scott ; 
Secretary, W. B. Sinclair, 32 Baldovan terrace. 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 121 

Lochee Choral Society. — Conductor, Charles W. Sinclair ; Secretary, 
Mrs Thomas Smith, 48 Liff road, Lochee. 

Longfokgan Amateur Dramatic Club. — Secretary, Miss E. M. Findlay, 
Watson's villas, Invergowrie. 

Newport Amateur Operatic Society. — Hon. Musical Director, Robert 
Scott ; Hon. Secretary, G. H. Chalmers, 3 St Phillan's place, East Newport. 

The E. D. Morel" Choir.— Conductor, James G. Cameron; Secretary, 
Miss Jean Robertson, 87 Watson street. 

Trinity Orchestral and Musical Society. — Hon. Conductor, Robert 
Whyte ; Secretary, C. Gordon M'Kenzie, 411 Strathmartine road. Downfield. 

INSTRUMENTAL BANDS.— 

British Legion (Tayside Branch) Military Band. — Conductor, W. 
Davis ; Secretary, John Moffat, 40 Clepington road. 

Caledonian Pipe Band.— Secretary, George M'Kenzie, 62 Church street. 

City of Dundee Pipe Band. — ripe-Major, A. Chalmers ; Secretary, 
A. Adamson, 2 Eliza street. 

Dundee Professional Symphony Orchestra. — Conductor,- 

Secretary, William Miller, 3 Gibson terrace, 43 Mains loan. 

Dundee Trades Silver Band. — Bandmaster, Albert White ; Secretary, 
Thomas Glennan, 14 Park place. 

M'Kenzie Pipe Band. — Pipe-Major, H. Rattray; Secretary, John M. 
Nisbet, 57 Victoria street. 

Royal Strathmore Orchestra. — Conductor and Secretary, Cecil A. 
Low, 13 Beach crescent, Broughty Ferry. 

R.N.V.R. Brass Band. — Conductor, W. H. Geldard; Secretary, David 
Wallace, 5 Malcolm street. 

St Margaret's Old Silver Band. — Bandmaster, G. F. Miller; Secretary, 
David Fairweather, 29 St Salvador street. 

DUNDEE CANINE CLUB.— Secretary and Treasurer, A. Spalding, 1 
Commercial street. 

FORFARSHIRE HOMING PIGEON SOCIETY.— Secretary, James 
Croll, Midmill, by Dundee. 

TAYSIDE FEDERATION OF HOMING PIGEONS.— Secretary, David 
Milne, 39 Green street, Arbroath. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT CAGE BIRD SOCIETY— Secretary, William 
Menzies, 96 Hilltown. 

DUNDEE, LOCHEE, AND BROUGHTY FERRY CAGE BIRD 
SOCIETY. — Secretary, James Lindsay, 153 High street, Lochee. 

DUNDEE, ANGUS, AND DISTRICT FUR AND FEATHER CLUB. 
— Secretary and Treasurer, D. M. Graham, Ravenswood, Forfar. 

DUNDEE CHESS CLUB, 6 Whitehall crescent.— Secretary, M. Dalton, 
Clubrooms. 

ANGUS DRAUGHTS ASSOCIATION.— Secretary and Treasurer, J. 
Graham, 3 Bridge street, Brechin. 

SANITARY PROTECTION ASSOCIATION, Branch Office, 32 Castle 
street (Telephone No. 4962). Resident Engineer, George Tudhope ; Local 
Secretary, David Blackadder. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' COUNCIL.— 
Secretary, James M'Laren, 11a Ward road. 

ST ANDREW'S ORDER OF FREE GARDENERS.— 

Sons of Eden.— Labour Hall, 48 WeUgate, monthly; G.M. Smith, 61£ Perth 
road. 

BRITISH ORDER ANCIENT FREE GARDENERS.— Lodges and 
Secretaries. 

Pine Apple. — Masonic Hall, Rankine's court, alt. Mondays; James Keillor, 
6 Elizabeth street. 

Rose of Lebanon. — Y.M.C.A. Hall, alt. Mondays; Charles A. Henderson, 
71 Liff road, Lochee. 

LOCHEE FREE GARDENERS.— Rooms, Weavers' Hall, High street, 
Lochee, alt. Mondays; Secretary, Andrew Brown, 3 Millar's lane, Lochee. 



122 MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

CALEDONIAN ORDER OF UNITED ODDFELLOWS.— 

Banks of Tay Lodge. — Operative Hall, alt. Thursdays ; Alex. Wilson, 37 
North Court street, Secretary. 

ANCIENT NOBLE ORDER OF UNITED ODDFELLOWS, B.U.— 

Dundee District. — John S. Carnegie, 44 Woodside avenue, Secretary. 
Lodges and Secretaries — 

City of Dundee. — Operative Hall, alt, Mondays ; Thomas Stewart, 57 
Elm street. 

Elliot. — Union Hall, alt. Tues. ; James B. M'Leish, 1 Harefield road, Lochee. 

Kinbrae. — St George's Church Hall, alt. Thurs. ; John S. Carnegie, 44 
Woodside avenue. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS, MANCHESTER UNITY. 
Loyal Bon-Accord and Thistle Lodge. — Masonic Hall, Rankine's court, 
Monday ; J. B. Dundas, 35 Glamis road, Secretary. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS, Dundee District.— Delegate 
Meetings on third Saturdays of April and October. C. Ritchie, D.C.R. ; 
J. B. Webster, D.S.C.R.; William Boath, Treasurer; James M'Laren, 13a 
Ward road, Secretary. Courts and Secretaries — 

Admiral Duncan. — Foresters' Hall, alt. Thurs. ; Charles Ritchie, 17 Con- 
stitution street. 

Alpin. — Butterburn Church Hall, alt. Wed. ; Thomas Cathro, 341 Cleping- 
ton road. 

Dalhousie. — I.O.G.T. Hall, Carnoustie, alt. Monday; R. Thomson, 4 Inch- 
capeview, Carnoustie. 

Dundee. — Foresters' Hall, alt. Thurs.; James Mitchell, 7 Rosefield street. 

Elmwood. — Union Hall, alt. Tues. ; Thomas W. Hutton, 57 Cleghorn st. 

Mansfield. — Temperance Hall, Tayport, every fourth Thurs. ; W. Erskine. 
36 Albert street, Tayport. 

Robin Hood. — Foresters' Hall, alt. Tues.; Wm. Lindsay, 48 Albert street. 

Royal Oak. —Good Templar Hall, Broughty Ferry, alt. Wed.; R. H. Smith, 
293 Brook street, Broughty Ferry. 

Strathtay (Females). — Foresters' Hall, alt. Monday; Miss M. M.Lindsay, 
7 Bellefield avenue. 

University . — Foresters' Hall, alt. Tues. ; John S. Martin, 11 Rosebery street. 

IRISH NATIONAL FORESTERS— Branch William O'Brien.— Hall, 7 
Elizabeth street, alt. Tuesday; B. M'Laughlin, 73 Hilltown, Secretary. 

KNIGHTS OF SAINT COLUMBA.— Columba Hall, Tay Street lane; 
Secretary, William Bryson, 283 Arbroath road. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS (BOARD OF ERIN), Hall, 161 
Overgate. — Meets every alternate Sunday. President, Samuel Devine ; Vice- 
President, T. Swan ; Treasurer, T. Carroll ; Secretary, A. Fulton, 161 Over- 
gate ; Hallkeeper, Sam Devine, 8 Graham place. 

MASONIC LODGES.— 

Provincial Grand Lodge of Forfarshire. — Thomas Lyell, Provincial 
Grand Master ; William Harvey, Depute Provincial Grand Master ; The 
Right Hon. The Earl of Airlie and Jas. M'Rae, Substitute Provincial Grand 
Masters; H. H. Soutar, 19 High st. , Montrose, Provincial Grand Secretary ; 
D. M. Burden, 20 Whitehall street, Provincial Grand Treasurer. 

Lodges and Secretaries — 

Operative — Operative Hall, Tuesday ; George Hunter, 32 Alpin road. 
Ancient. — Ancient Masonic Hall, Tues.; George Mason, 22 Constitution st. 
Forfar and Kincardine.— F. & K. Hall. Tues.; Alex. M'Laren, 4 Nelson st. 
Caledonian.— Masonic Temple, Wed.; Robert Rennie, 103 Strathmartine rd. 
Camperdown. — Camperdown Hall, Monday; Jas. Smith, 174 Blackness rd. 
Albert.— Albert Hall, Thurs. ; R. K. Mackenzie, 2 Whorterbank, Lochee. 
Broughty Castle.— Masonic Temple, Brook street, Broughty Ferry, 
Thursday; Robert D. T. Rodger, 8 Monifieth road, Broughty Ferry. 



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Dundee St Mary. — Gray's Rooms, first and third "Wednesdays ; James 
Bowsie, 44 East Dock street (Telephone No. 3529). 

Ubique. — Masonic Temple, Thursdays following first and third Wednesdays 
of each month ; C. M. Henderson, 42 Provost road. 

Hilton St Andrew. — Camperdown Hall, Tuesday; George B. Stewart, 21 
Strathmartine road. 

Roineach Mhor. — Duncan Street Hall, Downfield, fortnightly; W. S. 
M. Strachan, 251 Strathmore avenue. 

Progress.— Progress Hall, Thursday ; J. H. Thorns, 23 Lunan terrace. 

St David. — St David's Hall, Tuesday; Charles Rennie, 115 Craigie avenue. 

Thistle Operative. — Thistle Hall, Tuesday; Wm. Watson, 26 Kenilworth 
avenue. 

Provincial Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Angus and Mearns. — 
William Hynd, Grand Superintendent ; George Watt, Depute Grand 
Superintendent ; Dan. Carmichael, 7 Ward road, Provincial Grand Scribe E. ; 
John T. Dickson, 36 Baldovan terrace, Provincial Grand Treasurer. Chap- 
ters and Scribes — 

*Union.— F. & K. Hall, third Thurs. ; William Mitchell, 75 Glenmarkie ter. 

*tSt David's.— St David's Rooms, second Thursday ; William Carmichael, 
48 Clepington road. 

*fCamperdown.- Camperdown Hall, first Wednesday; Sam. Broadhurst, 
4 Rosefield street. 

Thistle Operative. — Thistle Hall, second Tuesday; William Watson, 26 
Kenilworth avenue. 

*fProgress. — Progress Hall, second and fourth Tuesdays ; J. H. Thorns, 
23 Lunan terrace. 

*fBroughty Castle. — Masonic Hall, Broughty Ferry, third Tuesday ; John 
Paul, 342 Queen street, Broughty Ferry. 

Operative. — Operative Hall, second Wed. ; C. F. Allan, 84 Commercial st. 

Ancient. — Ancient Hall, fourth Thursday ; G. Mason, 22 Constitution st. 

Albert, Lochee. — Albert Hall, first Thursday; A. S. Roberts, 47 Alpin ter. 
The Chapters marked * have R.A. Mariner Lodges and Red Cross Councils connected 
with them. Those marked t have also Cryptic Councils. 

Order of the Eastern Star — Dundee Chapter No. 6. — F. & K. Hall, alt. 
Mondays from 10th January 1927 ; Miss Mary Townsen, 11 Bonnybank road. 

Stella Chapter No. 29. — Miss Liza Low, 2 Stewart street, Broughty Ferry. 

Downfield Chapter No 232. — Downfield Public Hall, alternate Thursdays ; 
Miss Norah Taylor, 11 Olive road, Downfield. 

Red Cross of Rome and Constantine. — Operative Masonic Hall, fourth 
Friday; John T. Dickson, 36 Baldovan terrace. 

Knight Templars. — Preceptory of Tayside. — Operative Hall, third 
Friday, bi-monthly ; R. D. Lawson Keith, 14 Barrack street. 

ROYAL ANTEDILUVIAN ORDER OF BUFFALOES.— 

Anchor. — 178 Ferry road, Wednesdays. 

Broughty Ferry. — 31 Dundas street, Fridays. 

Dundee Arms Lodge. — 31 High street, Tuesdays. 

Royal Arch. — 144 High street, Lochee, Thursdays. 

Tayside. — 176 Seagate, Mondays. 

LOYAL ORDER OF ANCIENT SHEPHERDS (ASHTON UNITY).— 

Dondee, Angus, and Perthshire Centralised District. — Meets on 
third Saturdays of April, August, and December, at 2.30 p.m., in Central 
Halls, 97 Seagate. John M. Herbert, Pro. C.S. ; James Webster, 97 Seagate, 
Secretary and Treasurer. 
Lodges and Secretaries — 

Abertay. — 103 Dundee street, Carnoustie, alt. Wed. ; Walter Jones, 103 
Dundee street, Carnoustie. 

Bonnie Dundee. — Central Halls, 97 Seagate, alt. Wed.; David S. Masterton, 
7 Morgan street. Juveniles — George Stewart, ] 2 Arthurstone terrace. 

Caledonia.— Central Halls, 97 Seagate, alt. Wed.; Miss Bella Nicoll, 12 
Raglan street. 

Crook and Plaid. — Central Halls, 97 Seagate, alt. AVed. ; William H. 
M'Artney, 40 Church st. Juveniles — Wm. D. Mitchell, 172 Clepington rd. 



124 MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

Ettrick.— Central Halls, 97 Seagate, alt. Mon. ; R. D. Robertson, 10 Pan- 
mure street. Juveniles — Henry Steel, 10 Panmure street. 

Heather Bell.— Central Halls, 97 Seagate, alt. Tues. ; Geo. Wilson, 11 
Barrack street. Juveniles — Andrew S. Dewar, 101 Peddie street. 

Hilton.— Central Halls, 97 Seagate, alt. Mon. ; D. H. Meek, 25 Kinloch st. 
Juveniles — Miss Jessie Meek. 

Lome. — Central Halls, 97 Seagate, alt. Mon. ; Jas. G. Brown, 262 Blackness 
road. Juveniles— John C. Forbes, 262 Blackness road. 

Panmure. — South Church Hall, Monifieth, alt. Mon. ; W, J. Low, 3 Church 
street, Monifieth. Juveniles — W. J. Low. 

Pride of the Tay.— I.O.G.T. Hall, Broughty Ferry, alt. Wed.; Charles D. 
Watt, 12 Forthill road, Broughty Ferry. Juveniles — William Ogilvie, 
2 Manor place, Broughty Ferry. 

Robbie Burns. — Central Halls, 97 Seagate, alt. Tues. ; James Bruce, 14 
Baxter Park terrace. 

Thistle. — Weavers' Hall, Lochee, alt. Mon. ; John H. Strachan, 30 Kirk 
street, Lochee. Juveniles — William Strachan, 23 Miller's wynd. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES, Dundee District.— D.C.R., 
David Bruce ; Treasurer, Patrick Dobson ; Secretarv. Robert Cuthbert, 
The Terrace, West Newport. Office, 15 King street (Telephone No. 2879). 

Tents and Secretaries — 

Abertay — Panmure Church Hall, Monifieth, alt. Wed. ; Robert H. 
Brown, 3 Reform street, Monifieth. 

Carlogie. — Drill Hall, Links avenue, Carnoustie, alt. Wednesday; Mrs M. 
Bissett, Bowrie cottage, Westhaven, Carnoustie. 

Dudhope. — Campbell Street Mission, alt. Tues.; Jas. E. Martin, 6 Arklay 
terrace. 

Endeavour. — Annfield Street Mission Hall, alt. Tuesday ; Helen Fyffe, 
29 Provost road. 

Kinbrae. — Mission Hall, Royal buildings, Newport, alt. Monday; Fred. 
Honeyman, Taycliffe. Tayport road, East Newport. 

Lawside. — Bonnethill Church Hall, Mon.; Pat. Dobson, 242 Clepington rd. 

Lochee. — Weavers' Hall, Lochee, alt. Tues. ; Peter Low, 94 Lome st., Lochee. 

Maxwelltown. — DundonaldSt. Hall, alt. Thursday ; Sam. Meakin, 8 Eden st. 

Mylnefield. — Unionist Hall, Invergowrie, alt. Thursday; David Bruce, 
60 Abbotsford street. 

Onward. — St John's Mission Hall, alt. Monday; Wm. Allan, 42St Mary place. 

Reresmount. — Good Templar Hall, Broughty Ferry, alt. Monday ; W. 
Gillies, 124 Long lane, Broughty Ferry. 

Scotia. — St George's Church Hall, alt. Monday; Jean Reid, 102 Ellen- 
gowan drive. 

Scotland's First. — Foresters' Hall, alt. Mon.; D. Moore, 28 Glenmarkie ter. 

Scotscraig. — Temperance Hall, Tayport, alt. Mon.; R. Cuthbert, The 
Terrace, West Newport. 

Victoria. — Lochee Road Ch. Hall, alt. Thursday; Chas. Duncan, 40 Scott st. 

Woodlands.— Midmill Hall, Midmill, alt. Friday ; John Reid, Parkhead, 
Midmill, by Dundee. 

Juvenile Tents. — 

Brooklea. — Good Templar Hall, Broughty Ferry, alt. Monday. 

Excelsior. — AVeavers' Hall, Lochee, alt. Tuesday. 

Forward. — Bonnethill Church Hall, alt. Monday and Tuesday. 

Gowrie. — Unionist Hall, Invergowrie, alt. Thursday. 

Haven. — Drill Hall, Carnoustie, alt. Wednesday. 

Hope of Abertay. — Panmure Church Hall, Monifieth, alt. Friday. 

Hope of Newport. — Mission Hall, Royal buildings, Newport, alt. Monday. 

Hope of Wallacetown. — Wallacetown Public School, alt. Wednesday. 

Isla. — Lochee Road Church Hall, alt. Thursday. 

Mains. — Mains Parish Church, alt. Thursday. 

Parkhead.— Midmill Hall, Midmill, by Dundee, alt. Friday. 

Perseverance.— St John's Mission Hall, alt. Monday. 

Pride of Dundee.— Dundonald Street Hall, alt. Tuesday. 

Progress. — Campbell Street Hall, Lochee, alt. Tuesday. 



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Rally. — Annfield Street Mission Hall, alt. Tuesday. 

Sunbeam. — St George's Church Hall, alt. Monday. 

Tayside. — Temperance Hall, Tayport, alt. Monday. 

Upward. — Bonnethill Church Hall, alt. Monday. 

"Victory. — Public Hall, Downfield, alt. Tuesday. 

The Dundee District also comprises Tents in Arbroath, Montrose, Ferryden, 
Brechin, Kirriemuir, Coupar- Angus. 

SONS OF SCOTLAND TEMPERANCE SOCIETY.— Meets in Dun- 
donald Street Hall, alternate Tuesday; Secy., Robert Shearer, 48 Provost rd. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT TOTAL ABSTAINERS' CLUB, 6 Bain sq. ; 
Secretary, David Bain. 

GOOD TEMPLAR LODGES IN DUNDEE DISTRICT WITH DEPUTIES. 
— District Chief Templar, James Farmer ; District Deputy, H. Hankins ; 
District Secretary, Janette Brown, 254 Blackness road. District Lodge 
meets third Friday of each month. 

MONDAY. 

Pioneer of Peace, Trinity Hall; C. G. M'Kenzie, 411 Strathmartine road, 
Downfield. ^ 

Temperance Home, Princes Street Hall ; J. Gibb Scott, 22 Raglan street. 

TUESDAY. 

Fisherman's Rescue, Templar Hall, B.F. ; J. B. Murray, 122 Long lane, B.F. 

St John's, St George's Church Hall; Alex. Robertson, 72 Ure st. 

Star of Hope, ... Tayport Temp. Hall ; David Walker, Castle st., Tayport. 

WEDNESDAY. 

Perseverance, ... St George's Church Hall; W. M'Kay, 88 Annfield road. 
Rescue, Cutlers' Hall ; Mrs T. Wilson, 20 Kinloch street. 

THURSDAY. 

Commercial, ... Cutlers' Hall; H. Hankins, West Baldovan. 

Excelsior, Brown Street Hall ; Bert Small, 12 Cobden st., Lochee. 

Home of Peace, . . . Bakers' Hall, King's rd. ; J. M. Herbert, 105b Nethergate. 

SATURDAY. 

Camperdown Hall ; Wm. Gordon, 88 Hawkhill. 



Tayside A rk of Safety, 
Juvenile Lodges. — 

City Pioneer, 

Temperance Home, ... 
City of Dundee, 
Dawn of Scotscraig , ... 
Home of Peace, 
Brouyhty Ferry, 
Perseverance, ... 

Rescue, 

Commercial Hope, 

Excelsior, 

James N avail, 



Monday 7 P.M. 

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Tuesday , , 
,, 6.45 p.m. 
,, 7 p.m. 

We'd. ,',' 

Thursday , , 



Trinity C.U. Ch. Hall, Victoria rd. 
Princes Street C.U. Hall 
St George's Church Hall 
Tayport Temperance Hall 
Princes Street Hall, 157 Princes st. 
Good Templar Hall, Gray street 
St George's Church Hall 
Cutlers' Hall, Murraygate. 

Brown Street Hall 

Camperdown Hall, Barrack street 



... Saturday ,, 

THE DUNDEE WORKING MEN'S COFFEE-HOUSES AND READING 
ROOMS ASSOCIATION.— Directors, J. A. Kyd, John E. M'Intyre. Secre- 
tary and Treasurer, John E. M'Intyre, 29 Commercial street. 

LOCHEE FUNERAL SOCIETY.— President, Wm. Davidson ; Treasurer, 
Duncan Douglas ; Secretary, James Webster, 174 Lochee road. 

DUNDEE CEMETERY CO., Ltd.— Directors, Henry A. Pattullo, David 
Pirie, F. J. Robertson, Norman A. Pattullo, Patrick H. Thorns ; Superin- 
tendent, Secretary, and Treasurer, H. Robertson, Western Cemetery, Perth rd. 

BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, Dundee Branch.— Hon. Secretary, 
Dr A. H. Macklin, 7 Airlie place. 

FORFARSHIRE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.— President, Dr W. E. 
Foggie ; Vice-Presidents, Dr T. B. Tierney, Dr J. Ewen Cable (Forfar) ; 
Treasurer, Professor L. T. Price ; Reporting Secretary, Dr G. R. Tudhope ; 
General Secretary, Dr A. A. B. Scott, 10 Airlie place. 

Dundee Medical Club. — President, Dr C. Kerr ; Hon. Secretary, Dr 
Martin Smith, 8 Roseangle. 



126 MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

TRADES SOCIETIES.— Addresses op Secretaries :— 
Ministry of Labour Correspondent for Trade Statistics. — James S. Brown, 240 Brook 
street, Broughty Ferry. 



Bakers — David Douglas, 15 King's road 

Blacksmiths, Forge, and Smithy Workers — 
James Sidey, 224 Lochee road 

Blind, National League of — W. Gardiner, 
44 Seafield road 

Boilermakers— W. O'Neill, 269 Arbroath 

road 
,, 2nd Bran. — John Anderson, 30 Spring- 
hill 
,, (District) — J. Grady, 7 Kenilworth av. 

Bookbinders — Win. Robertson, 20 Fore- 
bank road 

Boot and Shoe Operatives — Alex. Brown, 
10 Pitkerro road 

Bricklayers— D. Gall, 53 Loons rd., L'chee 

Brushmakers — P. Binnie, 14 Peddie street 

Calenderworkers — J. Reynolds, 8 Over- 
gate 

Carpetweavers — James Angus, 20 Shep- 
herd's loan 

Coopers — James Robertson, 5 Dallfield 
terrace 

Drillers— John Moncur, 101 Woodside ter. 

Electrical Trades — J. M'Gregor, 97 Peddie 
street 

Electric Power — Alexander Sherriffs, 16 
Crombie terrace 

Engineers, No. 1 Branch — R. Norrie, 22 

Watt street 
„ 2nd Bran. — P. Gibson, 18 Corso street 
„ 3d Bran.— D. R. Crighton, 2 Wedder- 

burn street 
„ 4th Bran. — John Keay, 159 Strath- 

martine road 
,, 5th Bran.— D. R. Crighton, 2 Wedder- 

burn street 
,, 6th Bran.— Rich. Norrie, 22 Watt st. 
,, Lochee — W. Morrison, 36 Benvie road 
,, Monifieth — George Thomson, 49 Fort 

street, Broughty Ferry 
,, District Committee — J. Smeaton, 60 
North Court street 

Foundry Workers — James Whyte, 1 Ark- 
lay terrace 

Furnishing Trades — Henry S. Johnston, 10 
Ireland's lane 

General and Municipal Workers — A. 
Donnet, 6 Panmure street 

Glaziers— Edward Fletcher, 105 Hawkhill 

Grinders' Union— David High, 97 Peddie 
street 

Insurance Agents— A. Scott, 59 Glenesk 
avenue 

Iron Dressers— J. Brown, 57 Lilybank 
road 

Jute and Flax Workers — J. F. Sime, 71 
Nethergate 

Lithographers — Skelton M. Christie, 10 
Grey street, Tayport 

Litho. Artists and Designers — Alexander 
Morgan, Bell Rock view, Holly road, 
Broughty Ferry 

Loco. Engineers and Firemen — Alexander 
M'Robb, 14 Cleghorn street 

Masons — Alexander Aimer, 23 Dudhope st. 
,, Lochee — J. Irons, 53 Logie street 

Mill and Factory Operatives — Alexander 
Beaton, 2 Ireland's lane 

Musicians— W. Miller, 3 Gibson terrace, 
Mains loan 



National Federation of Building Trades 

Operatives— J. Walker, 27 Crichton st. 
National Union of Seamen— P. Davidson, 

14 Gellatly street 
N.A.L.G.O.— D. M. Mudie, S9 Commercial 

street 
Packingcasemakers — C. Nairn, 34 Watson 

street 
Painters — J. Kenneth, 34 Commercial st. 
„ Broughty Ferry Branch— Sidney Rae, 

Castleroy cottage, Holly rd., Bro. Ferry 
Patternmakers — J. H. Gardiner, 6 Eden st. 
Paviors — Joseph Pullar, 4 Derby street 
Plasterers — J. Paterson, 32J King street 
Plumbers — Robt. Anderson, 62 Blackscroft 
Postal Workers — 
Indoor Branch — E. Ferguson, 60 Wood- 
side avenue 
Outdoor Branch — James Culross, 364 

Strathmore avenue 
Inspectors' Association — John Simpson, 

72 Bell streec 
Controlling Officers' Association — J. S. 

Laburn (S.O.), 52 Seafield road 
Railwaymen, National Union — Robert 

Clark, 21 Step row 
Railway Clerks — 
Dundee No. 1 Branch— A. B. Leith, 

Stirton's buildings, Invergowrie 
Dundee No. 2 Branch— J. Gillies, 19 

Spink street, Arbroath 
Saddlers and Leather Workers — David 

Anderson, 13 Dura street 
Sailmakers — James M'Rae, 26 Nelson st. 
Sheet Metal Workers — Peter Dunn, 13 

Kinloch terrace 
Shipwrights — D. Robertson, 52 Watson st. 
Shop Assistants, Warehousemen, and 

Clerks, National Amalgamated Union 

— Joseph Bruce, 61 Meadowside 
Slaters — Ronild M'Farlane, 11 Kirk st. , L. 
Tailors (Amal.) — George Eaton, 24 Hep- 
burn street 
Tailors and Garment Workers — William 

Arthurson, 20 Annfield street 
Tenters — Robert Macbeth, 77 Hilltown 
Transport and General Workers' Union — 
Passenger Section — Donald Maclean, 7 

Whitehall crescent 
Commercial Section— Donald Maclean, 

7 Whitehall crescent 
Dockers' Section — John Walker, Cam- 

perdown crossing 
Typographical— Wilfrid Cundall, 15 Glen- 

clova terrace 
Woodcutting Machinists — James F. Reilly, 

17 Mortimer street 
Woodworkers, Amalgamated Society of — 

James Walker, 27 Crichton street 
,, 1st Bran.— John Murray, 11 Strath- 

martine road 
,, 2nd Bran.— John Harra, 20 Park avenue 
,, 3rd Bran.— William Fleming, 7 Baxter 

Park terrace 
,, Bro. Ferry Bran.— J. Dand, 3 Panmure 

street, Broughty Ferry 
,, Lochee Bran. — John L. Scott, 2 

Tullidephroad 
,, Management Com.— Thomas Kennedy, 

13 Kinloch street 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 127 

DUNDEE DENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION.— Secretary, S. G. Y. 
Pool, 11 Reform street. 

BRITISH DENTAL ASSOCIATION, North of Scotland Branch.— 
Secy., R. Davidson Bell, L.D.S., R.C.S.Edin., D.P.D.St And., 10 S. Tay st. 

DUNDEE DENTAL CLUB.— Secretary, Harry I. Morris, L.D.S.St And., 
3 South Lindsay street. 

COLLEGE OF NURSING (Incorporated by Royal Charter), Dundee and 
District Branch. — Hon. Secretary, Miss C. Dewar, 21 Hyndford street. 
Gateside Nueses' Home, Gateside, Carnoustie ; Miss J. M. Reid, Supt. 

SCOTTISH MIDWIVES' ASSOCIATION, Dundee Branch. -Secretary 
and Treasurer, Miss E. Gowans, 2 Erskine street. 

SCOTTISH PHARMACEUTICAL FEDERATION, Dundee Branch.— 
Secretary and Treasurer, J. Duff, 31 Strathmartine road. 

National Health Insurance, Dundee Pharmaceutical Committee. — 
Hon. Secretary, J. R. Milne, 126 Hilltown. 

DUNDEE PERSONAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION.— Secretary, Marie 
M. E. Scott, 35 Blackness avenue. 

DUNDEE HEALTHY LIFE SOCIETY.— Secretary, M. Rattray, 11 
"Whitehall street. 

DUNDEE PRACTICAL PSYCHOLOGY CLUB.— Secretary, Miss J. C. 
Scott, 265 Blackness road. 

DUNDEE STOCK EXCHANGE ASSOCIATION.— President, W. M. 
Grant; Vice-President, James Nicoll; Secretary, F. Airth Grant ; Assistant 
Secretary, G. Airth Grant, 13 Albert square. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, Royal Exchange, Panmure street ; Office, 
3 Bank street. — President, W. Moir Scott; Vice-President, Sir Alexander 
Spence ; Directors, J. J. Barrie, J. S. Brown, Frank J. Donald, Alexander 
Low, William Scott, David Air, T. H. D. Bonar, Douglas Nairn, Athole F. 
Stewart, D. C. Thomson ; Kenneth L. Miller (representing the Association 
of Jute Spinners and Manufacturers), James C. Lee (representing Engineering 
and Allied Employers' Dundee and District Association), Alexander Low 
(representing Dundee Jute and Linen Goods Merchants' Association), W. D. 
Buchanan (representing Dundee Shipowners' and Shipbrokers' Association), 
H. Craigie Smith (representing Produce Section), D. A. Anderson (represent- 
ing Jute Importers' Association, Ltd.), W. Campbell Scarlett (representing 
Scottish Flaxspinners' and Manufacturers' Association), James Prain (member 
of Executive Council of British Chambers of Commerce), R. H. Adamson 
(representative on British National Committee International Chamber of 
Commerce) ; Auditors, Moody Stuart & Robertson; Officers, John Allan and 
Harry W. Robertson ; Secretary and Treasurer, Geo. R. Donald, 3 Bank st. 

Produce Section of Dundee Chamber op Commerce. — Chairman, H. 
Craigie Smith ; Secretary, George R. Donald, 3 Bank street. 

ASSOCIATION OF JUTE SPINNERS AND MANUFACTURERS.— 

Office, 5 Cowgate. — Chairman, Sir William Henderson; Vice-Chairman, 
H. Giles Walker ; Secretary, Frank S. Cathro. 

THE JUTE IMPORTERS' ASSOCIATION, Limited.— Office, 12 Pan- 
mure street ; Chairman, D. Douglas Ogilvie ; Secretary, James L. Peter. 

DUNDEE JUTE AND LINEN GOODS MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION. 
— Chairman, Alexander Low ; Secretary, George R. Donald, 3 Bank street. 

SCOTTISH FLAXSPINNERS' AND MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIA- 
TION. — Chairman, Archibald Crawford; Vice-Chairman, Martin B. Lamb; 
Secretaries, J. & H. Pattullo & Donald, 1 Bank street. 

ENGINEERING AND ALLIED EMPLOYERS' DUNDEE AND DIS- 
TRICT ASSOCIATION.— President, James C. Lee ; Vice-President, W. S. 
Thompson ; Secretaries, Thos. Thornton, Son, & Co. , 15 Albert square. 



128 MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT CRATED WATER MANUFACTURERS' 
AND BEER BOTTLERS' TRADE ASSOCIATION.— Secretary and Trea- 
surer, David Ross, 21 Douglas street (Telephone No. 3485). 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT TRADERS' ASSOCIATION.— Secretary, 
D. M. Carver, 84 Bell street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT GROCERS' ASSOCIATION.— Secretary, 
Peter J. MTntyre, 20 Reform street. 

DUNDEE, LOCHEE, AND BROUGHTY FERRY LICENSED 
GROCERS' ASSOCIATION.— Secretaries and Law Agents, H. & H. J. 
Carlton, 13a Ward road (Telephone No. 4306). 

DUNDEE GROCERS' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.— President, W. Fraser 
Scrimgeour ; Vice-President, D. Adair Peebles ; Trustees, John Napier, 
David Whamond, George Scrimgeour, Archibald C. Wilson, John A. Peebles ; 
Secretary and Treasurer, C. Skinner, 4 High street. 

DUNDEE WINE, SPIRIT, AND BEER TRADE PROTECTION 
ASSOCIATION.— President, David H. Anderson; Vice-President, Harry 
Mennie; Treasurer, James H. Watt; Secretary, William M'Intosh; Law 
Agent, John Ross, 61 Reform street (Telephone No. 2539). 

DUNDEE & DISTRICT TEMPERANCE REFRESHMENT TRADERS' 
ASSOCIATION.— Hon. Secretary, D. Rossi, 222 Blackness road. 

GREENMARKET STALLHOLDERS' ASSOCIATION. — Secretary, 
Henry De Gernier, 3 Thorter row. 

MASTER BOOTMAKERS' AND REPAIRERS' ASSOCIATION.— 
Organising Secretary, John Hart, 2 Bruce road, Downfield. 

DUNDEE MEAT MARKET COMPANY, Ltd. — Secretary, A. W. 
Carlisle, 54 Commercial street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT MASTER BUTCHERS' ASSOCIATION.— 
Secretary and Law Agent, James Fenton, 4 High street. 

DUNDEE PRINTING AND KINDRED TRADES EMPLOYERS' 
ASSOCIATION.— Joint Secretaries, H. & H. J. Carlton, 13a Ward road 
(Telephone No. 4306). 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT PHOTOGRAPHIC DEALERS' ASSOCIA- 
TION. — Secretary, James R. Gellatly, 41 Reform street. 

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF RETAIL NEWSAGENTS, BOOK- 
SELLERS, AND STATIONERS, Dundee and District Branch.— Secretary 
and Treasurer, R. C. James, 58 Elm street. 

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF SUB-POSTMASTERS, Dundee and 
District Branch. — Secy, and Treasurer, R. H. Williamson, 125a Nethergate. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT MASTER PLUMBERS' ASSOCIATION.— 
Secretary and Treasurer, Alexander Y. Adam, 10 Whitehall street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT IRONMONGERS' ASSOCIATION.— Secy. 

and Treasurer, Miss Anderson, 2 Shore terrace. 

BRITISH ELECTRICAL DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION, Dundee 
Circle. — Secretary, R. M. Lindsay, 74 Murraygate. 

DUNDEE MASTER SHEET METAL WORKERS' AND GAS- 
FITTERS' ASSOCIATION.— Secretary and Treasurer, D. A. Mortimer, 
31 Murraygate. 

DUNDEE STEVEDORES', PORTERS', AND DOCK CONTRACTORS' 
ASSOCIATION. — Secretary, David Gowans, 45 Commercial street. 

DUNDEE CARTING CONTRACTORS' ASSOCIATION.— Secretary and 
Treasurer, D. A. Mortimer, 31 Murraygate. 

SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL MOTOR USERS' ASSOCIATION (Northern 
Area).— Secretary, D. A. Mortimer, 31 Murraygate. 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 129 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT MASTER JOINERS' ASSOCIATION.— 

Secretary and Treasurer, Joseph Wilkie, 27 Bank street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT MASTER BUILDERS' ASSOCIATION.— 

Secretary and Treasurer, Joseph Wilkie, 27 Bank street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT MASTER SLATERS' ASSOCIATION.— 

Secretary and Treasurer, Joseph Wilkie, 27 Bank street. 

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF MASTER PAINTERS IN SCOTLAND, 
Dundee Branch. — Secy, and Treasurer, Frank H. Morrison, 10 Whitehall st. 

DUNDEE PROPERTY OWNERS' AND FACTORS' ASSOCIATION.— 

Secretary and Treasurer, A. Burns Petrie, 84 Commercial street. 

DUNDEE MASTER BAKERS' ASSOCIATION.— Secretary, David B. 
Barclay, 134 Princes street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT DRAPERS', CLOTHIERS', AND ALLIED 
TRADES' ASSOCIATION.— Secretary and Treasurer, A. Burns Petrie, 
84 Commercial street. 

SCOTTISH FEDERATION OF MERCHANT TAILORS.— Secretaries, 

J. Grafton Lawson & Co., 7 Ward road. 

SCOTTISH FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION, Dun- 
dee and District Branch. — Secretary, D. Clarke, 31 Reform street. 

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF HAIRDRESSERS.— Secretary, H. M. 

Payne, 2b King street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT RETAIL TOBACCONISTS' ASSOCIA- 
TION.— Secretary, P. M'Naughton, 11 Barrack street. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT RETAIL COAL MERCHANTS' ASSOCIA- 
TION. — Secretary and Treasurer, James Watson, jun., 93 Dalkeith road. 

SCOTTISH CLERKS' ASSOCIATION, Dundee Branch.— Secretary, 
David Blackadder, 32 Castle street. 

INCOME TAXPAYERS' SOCIETY.— Director, The Right Hon. Lord 
Decies ; Chairman of Executive Committee, Sir Henry Buckingham ; Repre- 
sentative for Dundee and District, George Myles, 32 Bank street (Telephone 
No. 3642). 

SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS' ASSOCIATION— Meeting 
Room, Central Halls, 97 Seagate— Secretary, A. E. Salton, 483 Brook street, 
Brought}' Ferry. 

FOREMEN'S MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETY.— District Secretary, 
A. Spalding, 16 Long lane, Broughty Ferry. 

LOCHEE UNION WEAVER LODGE, Ltd.— Registered Office, 58 Liff 
road, Lochee ; Duncan H. Bruce, Secretary. 

Dundee and District Co-operative Coal Supply Asso- 
ciation, Ltd. — Secretary and Manager, Robert Martin ; Depots, Tay Bridge 
and Maryfield Stations. Office — 13 South Union street. (See Adv.) 

DUNDEE FLOORCLOTH AND LINOLEUM COMPANY, Limited, 
Works and Office, South road, Lochee. — Directors, Sir William Henderson 
(Chairman), D. M. Brown (Deputy-Chairman), P. S. Brown, Douglas Nairn ; 
Managing Director, David M'Intosh ; Secretary, James Smith. 

DUNDEE STEAM LAUNDRY COMPANY, Ltd.— Office, 2 Union 
street ; Works, Tait's lane. Directors — John G. Henderson, J. B. Hyslop, 
Alfred Smith, William G. Kidd, Charles Stewart. Secys. , Don & Stewart. 

BROUGHTY FERRY AND DISTRICT STEAM LAUNDRY COM- 
PANY, Limited. — Office, 4 High street ; Works, Claypots, Broughty 
Ferry. Directors — Alexander Fraser Innes (Chairman), Archibald Rettie, 
Robert Smith Hood ; Manageress, Miss Ballantyne; Auditors, R. C. Thomson 
& Murdoch; Secretary, Edward Robbie. 

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130 MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

Tayside Laundry Company, Ltd.— Works, Northfield, Newport 
(Telephone No. N. 11). Directors— John T. Young, G. L. Wilson, Charles 
M. Hunter ; Manageress, Miss Begbie ; Auditors, Alexander Tosh & Son ; 
Secretaries, Sturrock & Morrison, 10 Whitehall street. (See Adv.) 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT LAUNDRY ASSOCIATION. — Secretary 
and Treasurer, Charles Stewart, 2 Union street. 

NATIONAL FARMERS' UNION OF SCOTLAND, Dundee Branch.— 
Secretaries and Treasurers, J. Grafton Lawson & Co., 7 Ward road. 

EAST OF SCOTLAND AGRICULTURAL CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, 
Limited. — President, Thomas Young (Middleton); Vice-Presidents, Thomas 
Smith, S. Wilkie ; Manager, William Barnett ; Office and Stores, 21 N. Tay 
street. Registered Office, 61 Reform street; Lawrence Melville, Secretary. 

ANGUS AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. —President, The Earl of 
Strathmore ; Vice-Presidents, Col. Walter T. J. S. S. Fothringham of Foth- 
ringham, Sir Harry Hope, Bart., of Kinnettles, E. A. Baxter of Kincaldrum ; 
Committee of Management — (Dundee District) John Murray, Binn, and 
Fred D. Stewart Sandeman, The Laws ; (Montrose District) Lieut. -Col. 
Hew F. Blair-Imrie of Lunan, and Wm. J. Reid, Fordhouse of Dun ; (Arbroath 
District) Percy Morgan of Windyhills, and J. H. Pattullo, Pitskelly ; 
(Kirriemuir District) William Lindsay, Balintore, and Archibald Whyte, The 
Spott (Chairman) ; (Forfar District) David Maxwell, Ballindarg, and T. A. 
Wedderspoon, Castleton ; (Brechin District) David R. Arnot of Templewood, 
and Jas. M'Laren, Nether Careston. Secy., John M. Fairlie, 26 East Dock st. 

CARSE OF GOWRIE DAIRY COMPANY, Head Office, 68 Ward road.— 
Manager, James Millar. 

DUNDEE AND DISTRICT DAIRYMEN'S AND MILK SALESMEN'S 
ASSOCIATION.— Secy, and Law Agent, John R. Strachan,29 Union street. 

DOCK LABOUR LOCAL JOINT COMMITTEE.— Chairman, J. Hannay 
Thompson; Employers' Representatives, J. Hannay Thompson, John Galloway, 
W. Kinnear ; Dockers' Representatives, John Walker, George M'Laren, 
William Dargie ; Secretary, Wilfrid L. Driscall, Harbour chambers. 

NORTHERN CONSERVATIVE CLUB, 44 Rosebank street.— Secretary, 
James Duffin. 

BROUGHTY FERRY UNIONIST CLUB, Queen street, Broughty 
Ferry. — Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Frederick C. Morris, 7 Church street, 
Broughty Ferry. 

DUNDEE UNIONIST ASSOCIATION.— Hon. President, Dr J. C. Buist; 
Hon. Vice-Presidents, Mrs J. B. Taylor, Mrs Wallace (London), Lady Baxter, 
Mrs Morgan, Mrs Ramsay, Mrs M'Leish, F. W. Wallace (London) ; Chair- 
man, Sir Alexander Spence ; Vice-Chairmen, A. R. Mechan, W. Campbell 
Scarlett ; Auditors, R. C. Thomson & Murdoch. 

Headquarters — 25 Albert square. Secretary, Treasurer, and Organiser, 
Cleveland T. Yates {h. Springvale, 35 Springhill, Arbroath road corner). 

Ward Office-bearers — 

Chairmen. Secretaries. 

1. James Raeburn, 200b Ferry road. Miss S. S. Roads, 33 Commercial st. 

2. A. R. Mechan, 17 South Tay st. Frank P. Brown, 7Bellefield avenue. 

3. Mrs J. Robertson, 3 Old Muirton Miss M. H. C. Davidson, 19 Peel 

road, Lochee. street, Lochee. 

4. George Manners, 150 Albert street. Miss R. Ross, 91 Pitkerro road. 

5. J. R. Burgoyne, 38 Ann street. Miss A. P. Taylor, 25 Shamrock st. 

6. Charles Robertson, 72 Bell street. John Bryce, 11 Dudhope street. 

7. James Stratton, 47 Mortimer st. C. Boyd Anderson, 7 Whitehall cres. 

8. George Caldwell, 33 Blackness ave. Thomas Pollock, 7 Baxter street. 

9. Adam Malcolm, 4 Glamis drive. A. Tweedie, 51 Murraygate. 

10. ) Robert C. Thomson, 1 Victoria Alexander G. M. Taylor, 72 Dal- 

11. ) road, West Ferry. housie road, Barnhill. 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 131 

President's and Finance Committee — Sir Alexander Spence (Chairman), 
Charles Robertson (Finance Convener), W. Campbell Scarlett, John P. Bruce, 

A. R. Mechan, J. Willison, J. Gillies, R. C. Thomson. 

Dundee Unionist Literary Society. — President, Frank P. Brown ; 
Treasurer and Secretary, Miss G. Scott, 8 Lintrathen gardens. 

Dundee Junior Unionist Association. — President, Miss M. H. C. 
Davidson ; Treasurer, Miss W. M. S. Smith ; Hon. Secretary, Miss Beth 
Crowe, 171 Perth road. 

BROUGHTY FERRY LIBERAL ASSOCIATION, Rooms, 69 Gray st., 
B.F.- — Chairman, J. P. Crystal; Vice-Chairman, George Rennie; Secretary, 
Miss J. M. Pringle, 38 Brown street, Broughty Ferry ; Assistant Secretary, 
Miss Murray ; caretaker, John Ferrier. 

DUNDEE LIBERAL ASSOCIATION.— Hon. Presidents, Sir Charles C. 
Barrie, Dingle Mackintosh Foot, M.P., W. H. Buist ; Hon. Vice-Presidents, 
Lady Leng, Alex. Mackay, Robt. Steven. Miss Duncanson, Mrs W. H. Buist, 
D. M. Brown, Jas. Scott, Mrs G. K. Smith, J. H. Martin, D. J. Macdonald, 
Wallace Ellison, Mrs Alex. Mackay, Professor J. E. A. Steggall, Andrew 
Lawson, John Haggart, Peter Anderson, James Kydd, Mrs Alfred Gardner, 
Mrs W. S. Bisset, G. K. Smith, J. Henderson Stewart, Isaac Foot, M.P., 
Mrs Isaac Foot, Dr Wm. Low, James Mill, Mrs James Mill, Miss Scotland, 
Mrs A. M. Strachan, Mrs P. A. Watson; President, T. A. Barton; Vice- 
Presidents, Mrs Ferrar, Mrs Turner, Mrs E. B. Mac Vicar, John Dye, W. A. 

B. Elder, George Aimer, John Robb, W. W. Wilson, A. G. Ritchie, David 
Goodfellow, W. M. Philip, David Wallace, Mrs James I. Mackenzie, Mrs T. 
A. Barton, Charles Robertson; Chairman of Executive, Garnet D. Wilson; 
Hon. Secretary, L. B. Weatherhead, 10 Whitehall street; Hon. Treasurer, 
John Martin ; Chairman of Rooms Committee, Gordon Pool ; caretaker, 
James Braid. 

Club Rooms — 51 Reform street; and 69 Gray street, Broughty Ferry. 
Ward Office-bearers — 

Chairmen. Secretaries. 

1. A. K. Johnston, 2 Loraine road. William Cameron, 10 Forfar road. 

2. William Crammond, 296 Perth road. 

3. David Allan, 42 Cobden st.,L'hee. Walter Smart, 17 Loons rd., Lochee. 

4. John M'Gregor, 8 Wortley place. S. L. Adam, 3 Pitkerro road. 

5. Charles Robertson, 3 Duff street. Miss Hutton, 25 Clepington road. 

6. Peter Anderson, 32 DudhopeCres- A. G. Scott, 94 Commercial street. 

cent road. 

7. J. Sandeman, 3 Strathmartine rd. J. J. Mitchell, 202 Strathmartine rd. 

8. John Martin, 11 Rosebery street. John Johnston, 35 Oxford street. 

9. Harry Johnston, 442 Blackness rd. Steel M 'Ritchie, 14 Abbotsford place. 

10. J. P. Crystal, 9 Grove road, W.F. Miss Pringle, 38 Brown street, B.F. 

11. G. Rennie, 23 Panmure terrace, Miss Murray, 1 Duntrune terrace, 

Barnhill. Broughty Ferry. 

Dundee Liberal Association, Women's Branch. — President, Lady Leng; 
Vice-Presidents, Mrs A. Gardner, Mrs W. H. Buist, Mrs Reid ; Treasurer, 
Mrs J. Martin ; Secretary, Mrs T. A. Barton, 127 Ferry road. 

Dundee League of Young Liberals. — President, J. B. Cunningham ; 
Vice-Presidents, Mrs Hugh Mill, Miss Jackson, Mrs Charles Robertson, Steel 
M'Ritchie ; Treasurer, J. B. Allan ; Secretary, Miss H. M. Reid, 12 
Martin street. 

FORFARSHIRE LIBERAL ASSOCIATION.— Hon. Secretary and 
Organising Secretary, John R. Pratt, St Margaret's, Birkhill. 

DUNDEE TRADES AND LABOUR PARTY.— Office, Labour Halls, 48 
Wellgate. — Secy., D. Laburn ; caretaker, Mrs Robert Brown, 7 Morrison's 
court; Ward Committees. — Secretaries — (Wards 1 and 4) V. Sacco, 119 
Blackscroft ; (2) W. Hughes, 29 Union place ; (3) C. Shanahan, Whorter- 
bank, Lochee ; (5) R. Dow, 12 N. Ellen street ; (6) J. Mathieson, 64 Hill- 
town ; (7) W. H. Fowler, 19 Kenmore terrace; (8) H. M'Kernie, 15 St 
Mary street ; (9) J. Guild, 22 Annfield road ; (10 and 11) W. Anderson, 
2 Church street, Broughty Ferry. 



132 MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

Central Women's Section. — Secretary, Miss Jessie Milne, 192 Strath - 
martine road. 

INDEPENDENT LABOUR PARTY, Hall, 161 Overgate.— Organising 
Secretary, E. G. Carr. 

FORFARSHIRE DIVISIONAL LABOUR PARTY.— Secretary and 
Organiser, John Mitchell, jun., 8 Windsor terrace, Monifieth. 

DUNDEE COMMUNIST PARTY, Unity Hall, 15 Hilltown.— Organising 
Secretary, James Hodgson, 79 Lawside road. 

DUNDEE MUNICIPAL ELECTORS' ASSOCIATION.— Hon. Presidents, 
D. Wallace, John Gordon, William M'Farlane, W. R. Scott, Mrs G. A. 
Johnston, Miss I. Brown ; President, Charles Robertson ; Vice-Presidents, 
William Watson, William M'Dougall; Hon. Treasurer, George Burnett; 
Organiser and Official Collector, John Hart, 2 Bruce road, Downfield ; Hon. 
Secretary, A. D. R. Fettes, solicitor, 31 Reform street. 

Wakd Office- bearers — 

Chairmen. Secretaries. 

1. William Thomson. 3 Eden street. D. Ramsay, 25 Dean avenue. 

2. Doug. Rattray, 28 Shepherd's loan. Miss A. W. Young, 24 Springfield. 

3. David Allan, 42 Cobden street, L. R. K. M'Keuzie, 2 Whorterbank, L. 

4. W. A. B. Elder, 95 Pitkerro road. S. L. Adam, 3 Pitkerro road. 

5. W. R. Scott, 11 Clepington road. Herman Lee, 82 Forfar road. 

6. A. G. Scott, 94 Commercial street. P. Anderson, 32 Dudhope Cres. rd. 

7. A. Cunningham, 492 S'martine rd. W. P. Cuthbert, 70 Strathmartinerd. 

8. George Aimer, 45 Rankine street. Miss Christina Edwards, 29 Scott st. 

9. James Burgess, 27 Seymour street. Mrs J. A. Wallace, 9 Westpark gdns. 

DUNDEE RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION.— Secretary, Alfred Ruse, 

133 Victoria road. 

NATIONAL PARTY OF SCOTLAND.— 

Dundee Branch, 1 Bain square. — Hon. Secy., Alan Dick, 113 Arbroath rd. 

Wallace Branch. — Secretary, Alexander Hay, 4 Gardner's lane. 

BROUGHTY FERRY MERCHANTS' SOCIETY.— Secretary and Trea- 
surer, James Fleming, 38 Nursery road, Broughty Ferry. 

BROUGHTY FERRY RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION.— Hon. Secy., 
David Clarke, 329 Queen street, Broughty Ferry. 

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN.— Hon. Secretary, Miss Duncan, 2 
Beechwood terrace, Westpark road. 

DUNDEE WOMEN CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION.— Hon. Secretary, Miss 
Black; Correspondence Secy., Miss Lee. Office, Steeple Club, SO Nethergate. 

Broughtt Ferry Branch, 132 Brook street, Broughty Ferry. — Hon. 
Secretary, Miss Smart, 9 Esplanade, Broughty Ferry. 

SOROPTIMIST CLUB.— Secretary, Miss M. Boath, 141 Nethergate. 

DUNDEE PARLIAMENT. — Hon. Speaker, Christopher J. Bisset ; 
Speaker, W. A. B. Elder; Deputy-Speaker, James Coutts; Treasurer, D. Gibb 
Irons ; Clerk of the House, Stewart L. Adam, 3 Pitkerro road. (Meetings are 
held in City chambers, Mondays, 7.30 p.m., October till March). 

DUNDEE, ANGUS, AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION OF SMALL 
BORE RIFLE CLUBS.— President, George Paterson ; Hon. Secretary, D. 
Richardson, jun., 72 Glenesk avenue ; League Secretary, David Richardson, 
46 Scott street ; Hon. Treasurer, C. M. Fisher, 26 Glenesk avenue. 

ROYAL NAVAL VOLUNTEER RESERVE, East Scottish Division, 
Sub-Division. Headquarters and Drill Ship, H.M.S. "Unicorn." — Command- 
ing Officer, Captain W. F. Keay, V.D.; Lieutenants, D. R. Miller, B. H. J. 
Thorns ; Sub-Lieutenants, D. F. Campbell, G. W. Kemp ; Surgeon-Com- 
mander, George H. S. Milln ; Surgeon-Lieutentant, J. F. Corr ; Paymaster- 
Commander J. E. M'Intyre ; Hon. Chaplain, Rev. Frank Cairns. 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 133 

NORTH SCOTTISH HEAVY BRIGADE, R.A. (T. A.)— Headquarters, 
Broughty Ferry Castle. — Majors, J. C. Henderson and F. D. J. Buist ; 
Lieutenants, K. D. J. M'Houl and E. M. Duffus ; Second Lieutenant, J. D. 
G. Reid. Permanent Staff — Captain R. Ratcliffe, R.A. , Adjutant; Sergt.- 
Major W. G. Spanton, Instructor. 

CITY OF DUNDEE TERRITORIAL ARMY ASSOCIATION.— President, 
Lord Provost Johnston ; Chairman, Lt.-Col. P. S. Nicoll, C.B.E., T.D., 
D.L.. late 5th Bn. Black Watch ; Vice- Chairman, Lt.-Col. J. Lindsay Hender- 
son, T.D., late T.F. Res. (Maj. R.F.A.) (T.F.); Military Members, Col. J.B. 
Muir, D.S.O., 4/5thBn. R. Highrs. ; Major A. Spreull,D.S.O.,T.D.,R.A.V.C; 
Col. J. M'Pherson, D.S.O., R.F.A. (T.F.); Major J. C. Henderson, O.C. 
173rd Batt. North Scottish Heavy Brigade, R.A. ; Lt.-Col. J. L. Carmichael, 
R.F.A.; Lt.-Col. W. A. Robertson, M.C., R.A.M.O; Col. G. W. Miller, 
D.S.O., R.A.M.C; Major H. M. Smail, R.E. (T.) ; Col. A. R. Moodie, 
A.D.M.S., 51st Highland Division; Lt.-Col. I. D. Guthrie, M.C., 4/5th 
Black Watch ; Capt. T. P. D. Murray, 4/5th Black Watch ; Representative 
Members, Town Council of the City of Dundee, Councillors William Reid and 
J. B. Archer ; University College of Dundee, Captain W. M. Mackay, O.C., 
O.T.C. Co-opted Members, Major D. D. Ogilvie, late Fife and Forfar Yeo- 
manry, G. Barclay, T. L. Miller, G. W. Cox, J. Hannay Thompson, W. S. 
Thompson, Major A. MacGillivray, M.D., T.D.p Treasurer, J. M. Kellas ; 
Secretary, Major J. R. Smith, 57 Meadowside. (Registered Telegraphic 
Address, "Defence"). 

Units administered by the Association. — Headquarters, 76th Field Brigade, 
R.A., 303rd Battery, R.A., 304 (H) Battery, R.A, City of Dundee (Fortress) 
R.E., 237th Highland Field Company, R.E., 4/5th Black Watch (Headquarters 
and Two Companies) ; Headquarters and 152nd Highland Field Ambulance, 
R.A.M.C; Headquarters, North Scottish Heavy Brigade, R.A.; 173rd 
Heavy Battery, North Scottish Heavy Brigade, R.A. ; Headquarters, High- 
land Divisional R.A.V.C. (Association meets on the third Tuesday of each 
month.) 

High School Cadet Company, High School, Dundee. — Officer Com- 
manding, Captain J. R. Legge ; Lieutenants, Thomas M'Laren and John R. 
Hunter. 

BLACK WATCH ASSOCIATION, Dundee Branch.— Chairman, F. 
Kyle; Vice-Chairman, W. S. M'Kenzie ; Hon. Treasurer, John Kidney; 
Hon. Secretary, A. Blair Anderson, 27 Yeaman shore. 

SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS' ASSOCIATION, Dundee Branch.— 
Chairman, D. S. Bisset; Committee, Colonel J. J. C. Davidson, H. G. 
Stewart, J. M. Reid, W. Patrick, George Lamont, H. M. Payne, D. Adam- 
son, James Gray, D. Butchart, W. Keay, Alexander Parr ; John Rennie, 
Montrose representative; Secretary, D. Adamson, 80 Peddie street. Club- 
rooms, 6 Park place. 

QUEEN'S OWN CAMERON HIGHLANDERS' ASSOCIATION, Dundee 
Branch. — President, Norman Paton ; Treasurer, David Davis ; Hon. Secre- 
tary, Alexander Curran, 11 Annfield row. 

ROYAL SCOTS FUSILIERS' ASSOCIATION.— President, Major Cox ; 
Chairman, T. Casey ; Treasurer, J. Paterson ; Secretary, T. Coyle, 22 
Temple lane. Clubrooms, 3 East Henderson's wynd. 

ROYAL SCOTS GREYS' ASSOCIATION, Forfarshire Branch.— Chair- 
man, Col. W. M. Duguid M'Combie, D.S.O. ; Secretar}' and Treasurer, 
William M'Cabe, 45 Seafield road. 

SCOTS GUARDS' ASSOCIATION, Dundee Branch.— Hon. President, 
Colonel W. Steuart Fothringham ; Hon. Vice-President, Major A. F. Purvis, 
M.C. ; Chairman, James B. Wood; Hon. Treasurer, Robert B. Adamson; 
Hon. Secretary, John W. M'Donald, 6 Glenogil avenue. 

OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS, St Andrews University Contingent- 
Headquarters, The University, St Andrews. — Dundee College Detachment — 
Headquarters, University College. — Captain, W. M. Mackay, M.C. 



134 MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 

BRITISH LEGION, Dundee Area Council, comprising Angus and 
Perthshire. — Hon. Presidents, Lord Strathmore, Duke of Atholl ; President, 
Earl of Airlie ; Vice-President, Major-General Sinclair Maclagan ; Chairman, 
Major T. E. Young (Auchterarder) ; Vice-Chairman, Frank Kyle ; Hon. 
Secretary and Treasurer, G. B. Craik, Tannadice, by Forfar. 

Dundee Branch Executive.— Hon. President, Col. J. B. Muir, D.S.O.; 
Hon. Vice-Presidents, Sir "William High, C. Allison, J. Hannay Thompson, 
D. M. Christie, Capt. J. L. Cumming, W. R. Falconer, Dean Jobberns, Col. 
G.W. Miller, William Ballingall, J. C. Boss, D. M. Foot, M.P., Florence 
Horsbrugh, M.P., J. L. Barclay; Chairman, J. G. M'Laren ; Vice- Chairman, 
G. S. M 'Master; Hon. Treasurer, Frank Kyle; Chaplain, Bev. David Dick, 
B.D.; Committee, G. A. Bussell, H. B. Small, D. S. Bisset, J. Hart, W. D. 
Davidson, E. H. Black, J. E. H. Hovell, J. Ogg, R. Brand, D. G. Manson, 
A. Johnstone, J. Saltrese ; Hon. Branch Secretary, William Scott, 32 Bank 
street. 

Naval Branch. — Secretary, George Brand, 24 Constitution road. 

DUNDEE EX-SERVICE MEN'S WELFARE CLUB, Ltd., 30 Roseangle. 
— President, A. Blair Anderson ; Secretary, J. A. King ; Treasurer, Francis 
Gray ; Club Steward, Edward Britcliffe. 

Broughty Ferry Ex-Service Men's Club, Ltd., 99 Fort street, Broughty 
Ferry. — Secretary, Thomas Gamble, 335 King street, Broughty Ferry. 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR EMPLOYMENT OF EX-REGULAR 
SAILORS, SOLDIERS, AND AIRMEN.— Hon. Secretary, A. A. Currie, 
65 Trades lane. 

ITALIAN FASCIO.— Secretary, L. GonneUa, 25 Nethergate. 

ORGANISATION FOR MAINTENANCE OF SUPPLIES.— Hon. Secy., 
W. Low Mitchell, 11 Whitehall street. 

CONSULS AND VICE-CONSULS OF FOREIGN STATES.— 

America, U.S. of (Consul), ... J. J. C. Watson, 31 Albert square 

,, ( Vice-Consul), ... Julian Kemble Smedberg, 31 Albert sq. 

Argentine Republic (Vice-Consul), Robert Kinnison, 2 India buildings 

Belgium (Consul), B. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial street 

,, (Chancelier), R. B. Laing, 33 Commercial street 

Brazil (Vice-Consul), F. de Santa Cruz Guimaraes, 4 Airlie 

terrace 

,, (Consular Agent), Robert Kinnison, 2 India buildings 

Denmark (Vice-Consul), B. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial street 

Esthonian Republic (Vice-Consul), B. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial street 

Finland (Vice-Consul), James S. Nicoll, 49 Trades lane 

France (Consular Agent), ... ... James M. Gray, 1 Albert square 

,, (Deputy Consular Agent), R. Lindsay Robertson, 1 Albert square 

Germany (Consul), ... ... ... James A. Nicol, 18 Dock street 

Greece (Consul), ... ... ... Peter R. Johnston, 46 Reform street 

Italy (Consular Agent), L. GonneUa, 25 Nethergate 

Latvia (Vice-Consul), .. ... B. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial street 

Netherlands (Vice-Consul), ... Joseph G. Farquharson, 17 W. Dock st. 

Norway (Vice-Consul), B. L. Nairn, 33 Commercial street 

Portugal (Vice-Consul), Vacant 

Spain (Consular Agent), Julio I. Villa, Thistle cot., Fairfield st. 

Sweden (Vice-Consul), Charles Stewart, 59 Dock street 

Uruguay (Consul), D. S. Nicoll, 2 India buildings 

,, (Secretary), D. D. Nicoll, 2 India buildings 

DUNDEE CONSULAR CORPS.— President, J. L. Kidd ; Vice-President, 
D. S. Nicoll ; Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, Robert B. Laing, 33 Com- 
mercial street. 

VICTORIA LEAGUE, Dundee Branch.— Hon. Secretary, Miss R. Evelyn 
Duncan, 2 Beechwood terrace, Westpark road. 



MISCELLANEOUS LISTS. 135 

TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH ADVISORY COMMITTEE.— From 
Chamber of Commerce, W. Moir Scott, Sir Alexander Spence, W. W. Wilson ; 
from Town Council, Lord Provost Johnston, Treasurer Frain, W. M. Ames, 
David T. Patterson, W. H. Blyth Martin ; from Harbour Board, H. Giles 
Walker; from Faculty of Procurators, John Thornton ; from Stock Exchange 
Association, W. M. Grant ; from Newspaper Proprietors, N. A. Pattullo, 
D. C. Thomson; from Dundee Business Club, P. S. Nicoll, Joseph Leslie 
Shepherd. Secretary, George R. Donald, 3 Bank street. 

LEAGUE OF NATIONS UNION, Dundee Branch.— Hon. Secretary, 
J. Strachan, 75 Ancrum drive. 

Broughtt Ferry Branch. — Hon. Secretary, Miss G. Kerr, 19 Monifieth 
road, Broughty Ferry. 

Monifieth Branch. — Hon. Secretary, Rev. Neil Cameron, South 
Manse, Queen street, Monifieth. 

Carnoustie Branch. — Hon. Secretary, Miss Maxwell, Carnegie terrace, 
Carnoustie. 

PIPERS' BAIRNS.- — Founded for the purpose of honouring noteworthy 
Dundonians. Chief Piper, Robert Blackwood, 21 North Tay street ; Bard, 
John Ogilvie ; Recorder, A. S. Webster, Albert Institute. Meets once a year. 

DUNDEE LABOUR PARTY LEAGUE OF YOUTH.— Secretary, Miss 
Mary M'Kay, 26 Mid street. 

Lochee Branch. — Secretary, Miss Nan Gorman, 49 Cobden st., Lochee. 

CO-OPERATIVE EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION,— Secretary, G. R. 
Rough, 98 Albert street. 



136 



HARBOUR AND SHIPPING LISTS. 

p HARBOUR TRUSTEES, General Manager and Engineer's Office, Harbour 
Clerk's Office, and Shore Dues Office, Customhouse buildings, Dock street. — 

Chairman of the Board, B. L. Nairn ; Deputy-Chairman, P. S. Brown ; 
from the Admiralty, Rear- Admiral Hon. Wm. S. Leveson-Gower ; Town Council, 
Treasurer Frain, Bailies Christie, A. A. Leslie ; Councillors "William Reid, 
"William Dunn, J. B. Archer, Findlay Lesslie; Guildry, Nine Trades, and 
Three Trades, Sir William High, Sir Alexander Spence ; County Council, 
James Grant, T. P. Douglas Murray, Sir Herbert K. Ogilvy, Bart., David 
Reid ; Chamber of Commerce, D. H. Brakenridge, P. S. Brown, P. S. Nicoll, 
W. Moir Scott, W. Ross Smith, A. J. Stewart; Shipowners, J. J. Barrie, 
R. B. Graham, Ralph C. Cowper, Arthur J. Cox ; Ratepayers, B. L. Nairn, 
T. L. Miller, H. Giles Walker, J. L. Kidd, James R. Lindsay, John B. 
Muir ; Municipal Electors, William M'Farlane, David Mudie. 

Committees. — Chairman's — B. L. Nairn (Convener), P. S. Brown, Ralph 
C. Cowper, J. J. Barrie, R. B. Graham, T. L. Miller, John B. Muir, H. 
Giles Walker, William Reid, Sir William High. Finance and Rights — All 
the Members of the Board ; Ralph C. Cowper, Convener. Works — All the 
Members of the Board ; J. J. Barrie, Convener. Tay Ferries — All the Mem- 
bers of the Board ; Sir William High, Convener. Lighting and Buoying — All 
the Members of the Board ; R. B. Graham, Convener. 

John Hannay Thompson, O.B.E., M.Sc, M.Inst.C.E., F.R.S.E., C.C.E., 
General Manager and Engineer ; Geo. G. Ritchie, Clerk ; Capt. "W. F. Gregory, 
Harbour Master and Pilot Master ; J. D. Panton, C.A., Treasurer ; "W. 
Johnston, Superintendent of Tay Ferries ; George Murray, General Foreman; 
James Yeaman, Traffic Superintendent ; Captain John Cumming, Surveyor 
of Cargoes ; James Hutton, Master of Camperdown and Victoria Docks ; "W. 
Rattray, Master of King William Dock ; Edward Herd, Master of Earl Grey 
Dock; A. Herd, Master at Eastern "Wharves; Charles Gall, Piermaster at 
Broughty Ferry. 

Pilot Cutters. — S.S. " Captain Fryatt " — Master, David L. Ferrier ; S.S. 
' ' John Plenderleath " — Master, Thomas C. Knight. Licensed Pilots, 
"William A. Ferrier, William Watson, James A. Gall, William Lorimer, 
David L. Ferrier, Thomas C. Knight, Alfred H. Moodie, John "Watson, 
David Grafton, John P. Baird, Alexander J. Cook. 

Light Keepers. — Lights of Tat — Buddonness — Charles Liness, 
Principal Light Keeper ; Robert Nicoll, assistant. Tatport — James Lowson, 
Principal Light Keeper ; Fred L. Gall and Alex. "Williamson, assistants. 

Light Ship " Abertat." — Master, John B. Gall ; Mate, Charles Findlay. 

EAST COAST OF SCOTLAND PORTS GROUP OF PORT LABOUR 
EMPLOYERS.— Secretary, "William Kinnear, 18 Commercial street. 

DUNDEE SHIPOWNERS' AND SHIPBROKERS' ASSOCIATION.— 

Secretary and Treasurer, "William Kinnear, 18 Commercial street. 

BOARD OF TRADE SURVEYOR'S OFFICE, Customhouse buildings, 
Dock street. — Ship Surveyor, E. G. Fowle, M.I.N.A, ; Outdoor Officer, 
H. Soutar. 

MERCANTILE MARINE OFFICE, Board of Trade, Customhouse- 
Superintendent, The Collector of Customs and Excise, J. D. Johnston ; 
Deputy Superintendents, B. "W. Cannon and H. G. Wem ; Examiner of 
Masters and Mates, &c, Captain Salvatorie. 

DUNDEE TRINITY HOUSE.— Secretary and Factor, David Patterson, 
1 Albert square. 



HARBOUR AND SHIPPING LISTS. 137 

SHIPPING COMPANIES :— 

Anchor Line (Henderson Brothers), Limited, 8 Panmure street. — 
Steamers from Glasgow to New York and Bombay; Cunard Line to American, 
Canadian, Mediterranean, and Black Sea ports ; Anchor-Brocklebank Line to 
and from Calcutta ; Well Line — London to Colombo, Madras, and Calcutta ; 
Anchor-Donaldson Line to Canada ; Houston Line to Biver Plate. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 88 Commercial street. —Sailings 
from Glasgow, Liverpool, London, &c, to Canada and tbe Orient — jsassengers 
and freight booked through to all points in Canada, U.S.A., Japan, China, 
and round the world. 

Coast Lines Ltd., 2 Commercial street. — Liverpool, Manchester, andEnglish 
and Bristol Channel direct steamers — calling at Leith, Kirkcaldy, Aberdeen, 
Stromness, Stornoway, Oban, Liverpool, Manchester, Plymouth, Portsmouth, 
Bristol, Cardiff, and Swansea ; and at Penzance, &c. ; also Leith, Aberdeen, 
and Moray Firth Steamers — calling at Buckie, Lossiemouth, Invergordon, Cro- 
marty, and Inverness. Agents for Union-Castle Mail S.S. Co., Ltd. 

Den Fishing Co., Ltd., Fish Dock. — Directors, William M'Farlane 
(Chairman), W. D. M'Farlane, H. M'Farlane; Secretary, J. Grafton Lawson. 

Dundee Fishing Co., Ltd., Fish Dock. — Directors, William M'Farlane 
(Chairman), W. D. M'Farlane, Harry M'Farlane; Managers, Cameron & 
M'Farlane, Ltd., Fishmarket; Secretary, William D. M'Farlane. 

Dundee, Perth, and London Shipping 1 Co., Ltd. — Head 
Office, 26 East Dock street. Ralph C. Cowper, General Manager; J. A. Law, 
Secretary. Sailings — Dundee to London, Hull, Newcastle, Middlesbrough, 
and Boston (Lines.) ; Leith and Dundee to Southampton, Portsmouth, and 
Treport; also Hull, Newcastle, Berwick, Kirkcaldy, Montrose, and Moray 
Firth ports ; Perth and Dundee, and Leith and Kirkcaldy. London Offices, 
Dundee Wharf, Limehouse, E., 14 and 18 Mincing lane; Hull Office, Dundee 
chambers; Newcastle Office, 77 Quayside; Leith Office, 125 Constitution st.; 
Southampton Office, 32 Oxford street ; Perth Office, The Shore. (See Adv.) 

Dundee Sand and Lighterage Co., Ltd. — Manager, Charles M. Murdoch, 
21 Dock street ; Secretary, A. A. Murdoch. 

Leslie Shipping 1 Co., shipowners, shipbrokers, and aircraft brokers ; 
agents for American Shipping Board steamers to New York, Philadelphia, 
Baltimore, New Orleans, &c. ; also Blue Star Line to South American ports, 
United States Line to New York, and Imperial Airways, 62 Seagate (Tele- 
phone No. 5383 ; Telegrams, "Bulletin"). 

The Tay (Steamboat) Co., Ltd. — Directors, Sir William High 
(Chairman), Robert F. Sturrock, Robert Yeaman ; Secretaries, Don & Stewart, 
2 Union street. 

SHIPPING AGENTS (See also Shipoivners — Trades and Professions Section.) 
Alexander, D., & Son, Ltd., 33 Dock street, agents for Worms y Cie and 
Lep Transport & Depository, Ltd. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 88 Commercial street, booking 
agents for passengers and freight from Glasgow, Liverpool, London, &c, to 
Canada, U.S.A., and the Orient. 

Barrie, C. , & Sons, 49 Meadowside, agents for Ellerman Lines, Ltd. — 
City Line, Glasgow and Liverpool to Calcutta, Bombay, and Karachi ; Hall 
Line, Liverpool to Bombay, Port Okha, Karachi, Marmagoa, Malabar Coast, 
&c. ; Ellerman Line to Mediterranean ports; Ellerman-Harrison Line (Joint 
Service), Glasgow and Liverpool to South African ports and Mauritius ; 
British India Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. ; Lloyd's Agents. 

Cappon, Victor A., steam-tug owner and towing agt., 6 Whitehall crescent. 

Currie, James, & Co., 1 Bain square, agents for Hamburg-South America 
Line, Hamburg-America Line, North German Lloyd, Aug. Bolten (Wm. 
Millers, Nachfolger). 



138 HARBOUR AND SHIPPING LISTS. 

Fleming & Haxton, 76 High street, agents for the following Lines — Cunard, 
"White Star, Red Star, 0. P. R., Anchor, Anchor-Donaldson, Atlantic Trans- 
port, Ley land. Furness, Holland America, Norddeutscher Lloyd, Orient, 
Royal Mail, Aberdeen-Commonwealth, P. & O., New Zealand Shipping Co., 
Shaw, Savill, & Albion Co., Union-Castle, Pacific Lines, &c. 

Gibson, George, & Co., Ltd., 49 Trades lane ; P. S, Nicoll, agent (Tele- 
phone Nos. 5352, 4673; Telegrams, "Anthracite") — regular sailings from 
Leith, Grangemouth, Dundee, Aberdeen to Holland, Belgium, and France. 

Hodgkinson, F. A., & Co., 48 St Andrew's street, agents for principal lines 
to Brazils, River Plate, America, Canada, Mediterranean, Danube, Central 
America, Jamaica, Cuba, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Bordeaux, Ghent, Marseilles, 
&c. 

Kinnear, William, & Co., Ltd., 18 Commercial street, agents for Ellerman's- 
Wilson Lines — Hull to Boston and New York, Baltic, Continental, Mediter- 
ranean, Pacific, Gulf, and East Indian Ports ; Holland Steamship Co. — Dundee 
and Leith to Amsterdam ; Manchester Liners — to Montreal, Philadelphia, &c. ; 
White Star and American Lines — Southampton to New York. 

Kinnes, Robert, & Sons, 39 Dock street. 

Langlands, M., & Sons, Ltd., 2 Commercial street, agents for Ley land & 
Harrison Lines to West Indies, New Orleans, Mexico, Pernambuco, Natal; 
White Star Line to U.S.A., Canada, &c. ; Leyland Line to Boston, Phila- 
delphia, Baltimore, Norfolk, Va., and Newport News ; Larrinaga and 
Glynn Lines to Cuba ; Booth Line to Maranham, Parnahiba, Ceara, Para, 
Manaos; Ellerman, Papayanni; Moss and Glynn Lines to Mediterranean 
ports ; Elder, Dempster, & Co., Ltd., to West Africa. 

Leitch, Andrew, & Co., 59 Dock street, agents for Blue Funnel Line (Alfred 
Holt & Co., Liverpool), regular line of steamers, Gothenburg to Dundee. 

Mackay Brothers & Co. (Dundee), Ltd., 9 Whitehall crescent (Cable and 
Telegraphic address, "Travel"; Telephone No. 5490), official agents for the 
following Lines : — Cunard, White Star, United States, Leyland, and 
Anchor Lines to United States; Canadian Pacific, White Star-Dominion, 
Anchor-Donaldson, and Cunard Lines to Canada ; Union Castle Line to 
South Africa ; Orient, Federal, P. & O. Branch, Aberdeen, and Common- 
wealth Government Lines to Australia ; Shaw, Savill, and New Zealand 
Shipping Co. to New Zealand; R.M.S.P. to South America; Booth and 
Yeoward Lines to Portugal and Madeira ; and all other principal passenger 
services. Agents for Polytechnic Touring Association, Dean and Dawson, 
Frame's, Free Church Touring Guild, and Sir Henry Lunn's Tours, &c. 

Morison, Pollexfen, & Blair, Ltd., 84 Commercial street, agents for Royal 
Mail Steam Packet Co. to Brazil, River Plate, Central America, &c. ; Furness 
Withy & Co., Ltd., to New York and Philadelphia ; Glasgow, Liverpool, and 
London to U.S.A. ; P. & O. Co., London to Bombay, Calcutta; Messageries 
Maritime de France, London to Marseilles and Mediterranean ; Union Castle 
Mail S.S. Co. to South Africa. 

Nairn, B. L., & Co., 33 Commercial street, agents for Clan Line — Glasgow 
and Liverpool to Bombay, Karachi, Calcutta, Madras, South Africa ; 
Houston Line — London to South and East Africa ; Dixie — U.K. Line (United 
States Shipping Board) to Gulf Porfs ; Donaldson Line— Glasgow and Liver- 
pool to River Plate Ports ; Roland Line — Reval to Dundee. 

Nicol, D., & J., 18 Dock street. 

Nicoll, James, & Co., 5 Collingwood terrace, Barnhill, also enquiry 
office, 223 Albert street; agents for C.P.R., Cunard, Anchor, and 
Anchor-Donaldson, White Star, Furness, and other Lines to Canada 
and U.S.A.; Union-Castle to South and East Africa; Orient Line; 
New Zealand S. Co., Aberdeen Commonwealth; P. & O. Branch Service, 
Shaw, Savill, & Albion Co., &c, to Cape, Australia, and New Zealand; 
British India, Bibby, City, Holt, P. & O., and Anchor, &c, to India and 
Far East ; Tours to Norway, Madeira, Egypt, Palestine, &c, by R.M.S.P., 
Blue Star, P. and O., Nelson, Orient, Yeoward, and other Lines ; Frame's 
and other Tours. 



HARBOUR AND SHIPPING LISTS. 139 

Nicoll, P. S., 49 Trades lane, agent for the Gibson -Rankine Line — 
Dundee to Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Antwerp, Ghent, Dunkirk, Rouen ; 
Salvesen Lines — Dundee, Leith, Grangemouth to Bergen, Stavanger, 
Aalesund, Trondhjem, Gothenburg, Stockholm, Oslo, &c. ; Cormack Steam- 
ship Company, Ltd., Riga, Windau-Dundee service. 



LIST OF SHIPPING BELONGING TO THE PORT. 



Vessels. 
Abertay 
Ambassador 
Ben Loyal 
Branksea 
Broughty 
B. L. Nairn 
Captain Fryatt 
Charles Barrie 
Dundee 
Dunglass 
Evelyn Manor 
Fair City 
Gauntlet 
Gilroy 
Gowrie 
Inch 

Inchgarvie 
Inchmhor 
Inchyra 
John Plenderleath s.s 
Joseph Philip s.s 

Lochee 
London 
Louga 
Newport 

Perth s.s. 

Princess Louise s.s. 
Richmond Castle s.s. 
Rosyth s.s. 

Scotscraig s.s. 

Sir William High p.s. 
Strathblane s. s. 

Sunbeam s.s. 

T. B. Taylor s.s. 

J. Hannay Thompson 
s.s. 
Tumby s.s. 

Vict t.sc. 



sch. 



s.s. 
s.s. 
s.s. 
s.s. 
p.s. 
s.s. 
s.s. 
s.s. 
m.b. 



s.s. 
s.s. 
s.s. 
p.s. 



Masters. 
J. B. Gall 
"Webster 
Lorimer 

Tait 

Ferrier 
Mill 
Gordon 
King 

Petrie 

Thomson 

Meldrum 

M'Rae 

Sword 

Jacklin 

Law 

Knight 
Chapman 
Harris 
T. Smith 



R. Smith 
Drever 
Dorward 
W. Coull 
Cowan 

A. Norrie 

M'Donald 
Adam 

Cowie 
Taylor 



Owner or Agent. 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
Den Fishing Co., Ltd. 
Dundee Fishing Co., Ld. 
D'dee Sand Lighterage Co 
D.,P., &L. Ship. Co.,Ld. 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
D.,P., &L. Ship. Co.,Ld 
D'dee Sand Lighterage Co 
J. M. Allison 
D., P.,&L. Ship. Co.,Ld 
V. A. Cappon 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
D.,P.,&L. Ship. Co.,Ld. 
D'dee Sand Lighterage Co. 
D'dee Sand Lighterage Co. 
D'dee Sand Lighterage Co. 
D'dee Sand Lighterage Co. 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
D.,P.,&L. Ship. Co.,Ld. 
D.,P.,&L. Ship. Co., Ld. 
D.,P.,&L. Ship. Co.,Ld. 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
D.,P.,&L Ship. Co.,Ld. 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
Dundee Fishing Co. , Ltd. 
D.,P.,&L. Ship. Co.,Ld. 
E. J. Leslie 

Dundee Harbour Trustees 
Dundee Fishing Co., Ltd. 
Thomas H. Scales & Son 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 
Dundee Harbour Trustees 

Den Fishing Co., Ltd. 
V. A. Cappon 



Tons. 


Built. 


117 


1877 


149 


1899 


183 


1901 


89 


— 


504 


1921 


365 


1929 


87 


1917 


122 


1910 


1381 


1919 


396 


1920 


132 


1904 


149 


1891 


151 


1898 


679 


1909 



91 

623 

1064 

1491 

939 

307 

2208 

58 

178 

409 

4779 

311 

186 

132 

488 

625 

204 
74 



1919 
1914 
1918 
1921 
1898 
1910 
1915 
1871 
1901 
1903 
1914 
1924 
1901 
1891 
1914 
1930 

1918 

1884 



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POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

(For full information regarding Postal Affairs the official " Post Office Guide " 
should be consulted — published half-yearly, price Is.) 

Dundee Post-Office— Post-Office buildings, Meadowside: Lt.-Col. J. "W. 
Lincoln, Postmaster. 

On Week Days the Office is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. for all business. 

Between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., postage on inland letters, parcels, <fec. may 
be prepaid at the Head Office in money instead of stamps, provided the 
amount paid be in no case less than 10s. 

On Sunday the Office is open for sale of postage stamps and registration of 
letters from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. only (entrance 1 Euclid street), but the Letter- 
Box remains open as on other days. Halfpenny and penny stamps may be 
had at all times through automatic stamp machine placed beside posting boxes. 

For Telegraph business there is attendance from 6 a.m. to midnight (8 a.m. 
to 10 p.m. Sundays), and for Telephone business from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 
week-days. Outside these hours a telegram may be telephoned by a sub- 
scriber or by a caller from a multi-coin box kiosk to Edinburgh for onward 
transmission at the normal telegram rates plus the appropriate local tele- 
phone fee. The nearest kiosk with continuous service is at 12 Meadowside. 

Sub-Offices.— 118 Arklay st., Barnhill, 183 Blackness rd., *Downfield (463 
Strathmartine rd. ), 28 Dundonald st. , Fairmuir (343 Clepington rd. ), *92 Ferry 
rd., *76 Hawkhill, *148 Hilltown, 83 King st., 156 Lochee rd., *Lochee (72 High 
street), Logie (5 Cobden street), *Maryfield (205 Albert street), 29 Murraygate, 
*125a Nethergate, *268 Perth road, *169 Princes street, *8 Whitehall crescent, 
21 Strathmartine road, 86 Victoria road, West Ferry (Broughty Ferry). 
Country Sub-Offices — *Alyth, Ardler, *Auchterhouse, Baldovie, *Barry 
Camp, *Broughty Ferry (Queen street), *Carnoustie, Craigton, *Dykends, 
*Five-Mile House, *Folda, *Gauldry, *Glenisla, *Inchture, *Invergowrie, *Kil- 
many, *Kilry, Kingennie, Kinnaird, *Longforgan, Lundie, *Meigle, *Monifieth, 
*Monikie, Muirdrum, Newbigging, *Newport, *Newtyle, Ruthven, Strath- 
martine, *Tayport, *Tealing, Wellbank, *Wormit. (* Telegraph Offices.) 

Broughty Ferry Sub-Post-Office (see page 161). 
Engineering Department, G.P.O.— H. G. Tissington, Executive Engineer. 

Inland Rates of Postage — Letters. 

Inland letters are those which pass between places in the United Kingdom, 
including the Isle of Man, the Orkney, Shetland, and Channel Islands, and to 
the Irish Free State. 

Prepaid rates of postage:— Not exceeding 2 ozs., lid ; each additional 2 ozs. 
or fraction thereof Jd. 

No letter may be above 24 inches in length, 12 inches in width, or 12 inches in 
depth, unless it be sent to or from one of the Government Offices. 

Books containing thirty-four ljd and six each of Id and Jd stamps, price 
5s ; eighteen lid and six each of Id and Jd stamps, price 3s ; and ten l^d 
and six each of Id and ^d stamps, price 2s, are issued. Rolls of stamps are 
issued as follows : — 480 Id stamps, £2 ; 960 Id stamps, £4 ; 960 id stamps, £2; 
480 £d stamps, £1 ; 960 lid stamps, £6 ; 480 l^d stamps, £3 ; 4"80 2d stamps, 
£4 ; 960 2d stamps, £8. 

Letter Cards bearing lid stamp are sold as follows : — 1 card 2d, 2-3|d, 
3-5|d, 4-7^d, 5-9d, 6-lld, 7-ls fd, 8-ls 2fcd, 9-ls 4Jd, 10 (in packet) Is 6d. 
Inland Post Cards. 

The prepaid rate of postage on every Post Card is Id, and on every reply 
Post Card 2d. 

Cards used as Post Cards must be made of ordinary cardboard, not thinner 
than the Cards sold by the Post Office. They may not exceed 5J by 4^ 
inches in size, or be less than 4 by 2| inches. Nothing may be attached, 
except stamps in payment of postage or stamp duty, a gummed label (not to 
exceed 2 inches by f inch) bearing the address at which the card is to be 
delivered, a similar label bearing the address of the sender, and engravings, 
drawings, photos, or printed matter on very thin paper completely adherent 
to the card ; nor may the card be folded, cut, or altered in such a way as to 
reduce the size below 4 by 2f inches. 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 141 

Post Cards are sold at the following prices : — Bearing Id Stamp — 

I Card ljd, 2-2£d, 3-3|d, 4-4£d, 5-5|d, 6-6Jd, 7-7fd, 8-8|d, 9-10d, 10-lld, 

II (packet) Is ; parcel of 220, £1. 

Reply Post Cards— 1 Card 2£d, 2-4^d, 3-6|d, 4-8|d, 5-lld, 6-ls l£d, 7-ls 3|d, 
8-ls 5|d, 9-ls 7|d, 10-ls lOd, 11 (packet) 2s ; parcel of 110, £1. 

Inland Post — Newspapers. 

The prepaid postage on registered inland publications, including supple- 
ments, is Id for every copy not exceeding 6 oz. in weight, with a further 
charge of ^d for every additional 6 oz. If two or more copies are sent in a 
single packet, each copy will be liable to the same postage as if posted 
separately ; but in no case will a packet of such copies be chargeable at a 
higher rate than that chargeable on printed paper of the same weight. 

A newspaper, if posted in a cover, must have such cover open at both ends, 
to admit of easy examination, and so folded that the title may be readily 
inspected. The cover must not bear anything except the name and address of 
sender and addressee, with index or reference numbers or letters, the words 
"with compliments," a request for return in case of non-delivery, the title of 
the newspaper, and a reference to any place in the newspaper to which the 
attention of the addressee is directed. 

A packet of newspapers must not weigh above 2 lbs. , or exceed two feet in 
length, one foot in width, or one in depth. 

Inland Post — Printed Papers. 
The prepaid rate is : — For every 2 ozs. or fraction thereof ^d*. Limit of 
weight, 2 lbs. The limit of size is same as applicable to letters. 

The printed paper rate is not intended for samples or for goods, and 
anything sent at this rate must fall clearty within the following definition — 
a packet not exceeding 2 lbs. in weight containing one or more of the following 
articles, that is : — Books, or works of literary character with or without 
written dedications, and any other written or printed matter not in the 
nature of a letter ; sketches, paintings, engravings, photographic prints ; 
maps, plans, and charts. The following documents may also be sent : — 
Commercial or business papers of a formal character, namely, invoices, 
orders for goods or for work, confirmations of orders, advice notes of 
the despatch or receipt of letters, documents, goods, or money (with or 
without instructions for their further treatment), waybills, bills of 
lading, receipts for goods or money, statements of account, price 
lists, prices current, market reports, delivery and shipping notes, tenders 
for goods or advertisements, quotations for goods, estimates for work, 
inquiries for quotations, contract notes and confirmations, share 
transfer notices, applications for employment. Notices of assess- 
ments and applications for payment of rates issued by officers 
employed in the collection of rates. Notices relating to registration of 
voters at parliamentary and local government elections. Notices 
certificates, reports, and returns given or made to or by public officers 
and local authorities or other public bodies in discharge of their public 
duties. Lists and tabular statements. Conditions. — That the docu- 
ment consist of an appropriate printed form, and that any writing refer 
solely to its subject-matter, or consist of formulas of courtesy or of a 
conventional character not exceeding five words or initials. 
Deeds, agreements, affidavits, orders of Court, briefs, proposals and 
policies of insurance, and formal papers necessarily incident to 
insurance (including National Health Insurance Cards bearing cancelled 
stamps), powers of attorney, proxy papers, licences, voting papers, 
testimonials, and certificates ; also copies of same. Conditions. — 
That nothing appear in the document in writing which does not form 
a necessary part thereof. 

* Subject to posting before 6 p.m. After that hour printed papers prepaid id are 
detained until following day. The minimum rate of postage for all packets sent at 
the printed paper rate and intended for despatch by the night mail, is one penny, if 
posted after the specified time. 



142 POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

Circulars (that is, printed notices and letters), printed visiting cards, 
Christmas, New Year, Easter, and birthday cards. Conditions. — That 
nothing appear in writing in the document except dates, hours, and 
particulars of times ; names, addresses, and descriptions of parties ; 
particulars of goods and of sums of money ; mode of consignment or 
delivery of goods or money ; terms of business ; index or reference 
numbers and letters ; corrections of errors in print ; place, character, 
and objects of meetings or appointments ; formulas of courtesy or of a 
conventional character not exceeding five words or initials. 

Manuscript for press and printed proofs (including information for 
insertion in directories and similar publications) with corrections and 
instructions. Conditions. — That any writing not forming part of the 
document itself refer solely to the arrangement or correction of the 
type or to the execution of the work. 

Educational exercises and examination papers, with comments, correc- 
tions, and instructions. Conditions. — That any writing not forming 
part of the document itself refer solely to the subject-matter of the 
exercise or to the questions put or the answers thereto. 

Anything necessary or convenient for the safe transmission of the before- 
mentioned articles when transmitted in the same packet with the 
article for which it is used. 

In the above definition expressions referring to print or printing shall 
be taken to refer to any species of typeprinting easy to recognize, and 
to include lithography, handstamping, or any mechanical process 
ordinarily used to produce a number of identical copies of written 
matter, and easy to recognize ; and in relation to circulars * shall be 
taken to include typeprinting after the fashion or in imitation of 
typewriting, and also the reproduction of typewriting by the mimeo- 
graph or other mechanical process ordinarily used to produce a number 
of identical copies of written matter. 

Expressions referring to writing shall be taken to include typewriting or 
similar mechanical process. 

Paper money f is not transmissible as printed paper. 

A printed paper may be posted without a cover, or in an unfastened 
cover, or in a cover which can be easily removed for examination 
without breaking any seal or tearing any paper or separating any 
adhering surfaces or cutting any string. 

Prepayment of Correspondence in Monet. 
Every kind of Inland Correspondence, may be prepaid in money, provided 
that the articles are chargeable with a uniform rate of postage ; that the 
amount paid be in no case less than 10/-, and that the letters and packets be tied 
in bundles of 60 (or in the case of bulky packets, in bundles of a convenient 
size, each containing 10 packets or a multiple of 10), with the addresses all 
arranged in the same direction. Hours of posting under this arrangement, 
9 a.m. till 4 p.m. 

*Circulars wholly or partly printed in imitation of typewriting', or reproduced from 
a typewritten original by a mechanical process ordinarily used to produce a number 
of identical copies, are admissible at the printed paper rate only if (a) they are handed 
in at a Head or Branch Post Office, Town Sub-Office, or certain Rural Sub-Offices ; 
(b) special attention is drawn to their nature ; (c) at least 20 copies are posted at the 
same time ; (d) a special declaration is signed by the sender. The circulars should be 
tied in bundles of convenient size with addresses all facing one way. 

tThe term " paper money" means bank notes, money orders, postal orders, unobli- 
terated postage or revenue stamps, exchequer bills, bank post bills, bills of exchange, 
promissory notes, cheques, credit notes which entitle the holder to money or goods, 
orders and authorities for payment of money, bonds, coupons, securities for money. 
But the following are not excluded from the book post : — Stamped proxy papers, 
or a stamped and addressed card, wrapper, label, or envelope forwarded in order 
that such may be returned through the post. 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 143 

Expkess Delivery of Letters and Parcels. 

(1) By special messenger all the ioay. The Express fee (inclusive of charges 

for omnibus, tramcar, railway, &c. ), is : — For every mile or part of a 
mile, 6d ; and on each packet weighing more than 1 lb. a weight fee 
of 3d. (Ordinary postage is not charged). Every packet must be 
handed in over the counter, and must have the word "Express" 
boldly marked above address. If the sender desires, or it is otherwise 
necessary, that a special conveyance be used, the fare or cost of such 
must be paid in addition, but the weight fee is not charged in this case. 
When several packets are tendered by one sender for delivery by the 
same messenger at different addresses, or to different persons at same 
address, the Express fee of 6d a mile will be charged for the full 
distance to be traversed by the messenger, and an additional fixed 
charge of Id for each article above one. 

(2) By special messenger after transmission by post. In addition to the full 

ordinary postage the Express fee is : — For every mile or part of a mile 
from office of delivery, 6d (weight fee is not charged). Letters may 
be posted like ordinary letters, but they must be marked " Express 
Delivery," and have a thick perpendicular line drawn on each side. 

(3) By special delivery in advance of the ordinary mail. Persons who 

desire at any time to receive their letters or parcels in advance of the 
ordinary delivery may have them delivered by special messenger on 
payment of the following fees, viz. : — The full Express fee of 6d a 
mile as for one packet, and id for every 10, or less number of addi- 
tional packets. 

Inland Parcel Post. 

The rates of postage on inland parcels are as follows : — Not exceeding 
2 lbs. 6d, 5 lbs. 9d, 8 lbs. Is, 11 lbs. Is 3d. Limit of weight, 11 lbs. 
Limits of size, length, 3 ft. 6 in. ; length and girth combined, 6 ft. 

Parcels must not be posted in a letter-box, but must be taken into a Post 
Office and handed over the counter. A certificate of posting may be had on 
application. The name and address of the sender should appear on the out- 
side of every parcel. 

Parcels containing fish, game, meat, eggs, razors, scissors, knives, liquids, 
powders, live bees, &c, are not accepted unless securely packed so as to guard 
against risk of injury. 

Inland Cash on Delivery Service. 

The Inland Cash on Delivery (C.O.D. ) Parcel Service applies to everything 
transmissible by Parcel Post. Under this service the value of a parcel will, 
up to a maximum of £40, be collected from the addressee by the Post Office 
and remitted immediately to the sender by means of a special order. Parcels, 
ordinary or registered, may be posted (C.O.D.) at any Money Order Post 
Office. Parcels not exceeding £10 in value will be delivered at any address in 
Great Britain and Northern Ireland (including the Channel Islands and the 
Isle of Man) upon payment by the addressee to the postman of the amount 
to be collected ; for those which exceed £10 in value the addressee will be re- 
quired to pay the amount to be collected at the Post Office indicated upon an 
advice note which will be sent to him. The service does not apply to the 
Irish Free State in either direction. 

The C.O.D. fees, which are additional to the ordinary parcel postage, vary 
according to the amount to be collected (Trade Charge) and are fixed on the 
following scale : — Trade Charge not exceeding 10s, 4d ; £1, 6d ; £2, 8d ; £5, 
lOd ; £10, Is : and 2d for each additional £5 or fraction of £5 up to the max- 
imum of £40. 

The sender will be required to write on an adhesive address label — supplied 
free on demand — or on the cover of the parcel : — (1) The name and address of 
theaddressee ; (2) His own name and address ; (3) The amount of the Trade 
Charge ; and to fill up the special Trade Charge Form which will be handed 
to him. The ordinary postage must be prepaid by means of a stamp or stamps 
affixed to the parcel (or address label). The C.O.D. fee must be prepaid by 



144 POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

a postage stamp or stamps affixed to the counterfoil of the Trade Charge 
Form. A certificate of posting will be given if desired as in the case of an 
ordinary parcel. 

The Trade Charge will be remitted to the sender of the parcel by means of 
a "crossed" order, similar to a Money Order. This order will not be 
negotiable and will normally be paid into the payee's banking account ; but 
special arrangements will be made for payees who have no banking account to 
receive the money in cash from the Post Office, subject to proof of identity. 

The Post Office accepts the same responsibility for a C.O.D. Parcel as for 
an ordinary parcel, registered or unregistered as the case may be. For a 
Trade Charge Order its responsibility is the same as for a Money Order. 

C.O.D. system applies also to consignment of goods by rail. For full 
particulars apply to any Post Office. 

Certificates of Posting of Unregistered Correspondence. 
Any person who desires proof that an unregistered letter, card, halfpenny 
packet, or newspaper has been duly posted should hand in the letter or 
other article at a Post Office and ask for a certificate of posting — fee, ^d. 

Poste Restante. 
Correspondence of any kind to be called for is, as a rule, taken in at all 
Post Offices except Town Sub-Offices. The words "to be called for" or 
"Poste Restante " should appear in the address. The Poste Restante is for 
accommodation of strangers and travellers, but they may not use it for more 
than three months. 

Registration and Compensation — Inland. 

Correspondence of any kind (including parcels) can be registered. The 
ordinary registration fee is 3d, in addition to the postage. 

Registered Letter Envelopes (for Inland and Foreign Letters) bearing a 
4^d stamp embossed on the flap for registration fee 3d and postage l^d, are 
sold as follows : — Size F (5^ ins. x 3J ins. ), 5d each ; G (6g ins. x 3f ins.), 5^d 
each ; H (8 ins. x 5 ins.), 5£d each; H2 (9 ins. x 4 ins.), 5Jd each ; K (11J 
ins. x 6 ins.), 6?jd each. 

Everything intended for registration must be handed to an officer of the Post 
Office, and a receipt obtained. The packet must be made up in a strong cover, 
fastened with gum or other adhesive, but this does not apply to post-cards, 
printed papers, nor newspapers. If it be desired to secure compensation 
for damage to a packet (other than a parcel), it must bear the words ' ' Fragile, 
with care. " If a packet is fastened by means of strips of adhesive paper or 
tape, each strip must bear, stamped or printed on it, some mark or word 
distinctive of the sender, such as his initials or name, or must be signed or 
initialed by him or by the person who tenders the packet for registration. 

Packets for registration must be marked in the bottom left-hand corner 
with the word " Registered," and, when the fee exceeds 3d, with the amount 
of the fee proper to the value up to which the sender desires to secure com- 
pensation, thus, "Registered 4d," and so on. The sender of an Inland postal 
packet may obtain an acknowledgment of its due delivery by paying, at the 
time of posting, a fee of 3d in addition to the postage and registration fee. 

Inland postal packets containing coin, watches, or jewellery, if posted 
without registration, are subject to compulsory registration, and are charged 
on delivery with a fee of 6d, in addition to the ordinary postage. Letters 
containing uncrossed Postal Orders in which the name of the payee has not 
been inserted, uncrossed cheques or dividend warrants, bank notes, postage 
stamps, or any article (other than coin and jewellery) of a value in each case 
of 10s or over, will, when found open in the post, or when opened in the 
Returned Letter Office, be subject to registration, and be chargeable with a 
registration fee of 3d. Money of any kind must be enclosed in a Registered 
Letter Envelope and transmitted by Registered Letter Post. The compensa- 
tion in respect of coin will in no case exceed £5. 

The Postmaster-General will (subject to certain rules) pay compensation 
for the loss or damage of Correspondence as follows : — 
(1) Registered Correspondence (including Parcels). — Fee 3d, Compensation 
£5 ; Fee 4d, Compensation £20 ; and so on at the rate of Id for every 
£20 up to £400. 



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(2) Unregistered Parcels. — Limit of compensation, £2. No compensation is 

given in respect of money of any kind sent by Parcel Post, whether 
registered or not, or in respect of jewellery sent by Parcel Post un- 
registered. To secure compensation a certificate of posting should be 
obtained when a parcel is posted. 

(3) Express Correspondence. — Compensation according to the ordinary scale 

is paid in respect of Correspondence of the kinds specified in Sections 
(1) and (2), when sent by Express Service ; and up to £2 for Un- 
registered Packets (not money nor jewellery) conveyed by special 
messenger throughout their whole course. 

"Blind Literature" Post. 

Literature impressed for the use of the blind may be sent by post at the fol- 
lowing rates: — Not exceeding 2 lb., id; exceeding 2 lb. and not exceeding 
5 lbs., Id; exceeding 5 lbs. and not exceeding 65 lbs., l^d. The packet must 
not contain anything written or printed in ordinary type, except title and con- 
tents, key to the type, and a label for return of the packet. It must bear on 
the outside the words "Literature for the Blind," and address of sender, 
and it must be posted either without a cover or in a cover open at both ends. 

Re-direction. 

Letters, post cards, printed papers, and newspapers are not liable to addi- 
tional postage for re-direction, whether re-directed by an officer of the Post 
Office or by an agent of the addressee after delivery, provided in the latter case 
that the letters, &c, are re -posted not later than the day (Sundays and public 
holidays not being counted) after delivery, and that they do not appear to 
have been opened or tampered with. 

Parcels are, when re-directed, liable to additional postage at the prepaid 
rate for each re-direction, except where the original and corrected addresses 
are both within a delivery from the same Post Office. 

Registered letters, &c, when re-directed, must be taken back to the 
Post Office to be dealt with as registered. 

A Postmaster is not bound to re-direct letters for a person temporarily 
leaving home (unless the house be left uninhabited), nor to re-direct letters 
addressed to clubs, hotels, boarding-houses, or lodgings. 

Monet Orders. 

The commission on Inland Money Orders is : — For sums not exceeding 
£3— 4d ; £10— 6d ; £20— 8d ; £30— lOd ; £40— Is. 

The remitter of an Inland Order may dir ect at the time of issue, that the 
Order be crossed like a cheque thus, & Co., and thus be payable only through 
a Bank, or he may cross the Order after obtaining it. Payment may be 
deferred, if desired, for any period not exceeding 10 days. 

Money Orders for amounts not exceeding £40 are issued free of charge when 
required for the remittance of Beer Duty, Corporation Duty, Income Tax, 
Inhabited House Duty, Land Tax, Land Value Duties, Excise Duties, Legacy 
and Succession Duties, or Probate and Estate Duty. 

Money may be transmitted by Telegraph Money Order in the United King- 
dom. The commission is : — (1) The ordinary Money Order poundage as 
above ; (2) a charge at the ordinary Inland rate for the Official Telegram 
authorizing payment at the Office of Payment, the minimum being 1/- ; and 
(3) a fee of 2d for each order. 

The Commission on Foreign Money Orders is as follows : — For Orders not 
exceeding £1, 6d ; above £1 and not exceeding £2, 1/- ; above £2 and not 
exceeding £3, 1/6 ; above £3 and not exceeding £4, 1/9 ; and so on — 3d 
additional for each £1 or fraction of £1 up to maximum amount of Order. 

Telegraph Money Orders may be sent to and from several Foreign 
Countries. The commission is : — Money Order poundage, charge for Tele- 
gram, and a supplementary fee of 6d or Is. 
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146 POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

Postal Orders. 

The following are the amounts for which Postal Orders are issued : — 
For 6d, Is, Is 6d, &c, rising by 6d up to 20s, also 21s. 
From 6d to 2s 6d inclusive, - poundage, Id. 
,, 3s to 15s ,, - ,, l^d. 

,, 15s 6d to 21s ,, - „ 2d. 

The sender of a Postal Order may increase its value by an amount not 
exceeding 5d by affixing postage stamps not exceeding two in number to the 
face of the Order. Perforated stamps cannot be accepted for this purpose. 
If a Postal Order be crossed, payment will only be made through a Banker, 
and if the name of a Banker is added, payment will only be made through 
that Banker. 

British Postal Orders are also issued and paid in many British Possessions 
and Agencies abroad. 

Imperial and Foreign Letters. 

The prepaid rate of postage on letters for the following Foreign Countries 
is 2^d for the first ounce, and ljd for each succeeding ounce : — Abyssinia, 
Algeria, Arabia (Hedjaz only), Argentine, Austria, Azores, Belgium and 
Belgian Congo, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canary, Chili, China, Colombia, 
Corea, Crete, Cuba, Czecho-Slovakia, Danzig, Denmark, Dominica, Dutch 
Indies and Dutch Guiana, Faroe, Finland, Formosa, France and French 
Colonies, Germany, Greece, Greenland, Hayti, Holland, Honduras, Iceland, 
Iraq, Italy, Japan, Liberia, Libya, Luxemburg, Madagascar, Madeira, 
Mexico, Montenegro, Morocco (except British Agencies), Nicaragua, Norway, 
Panama, Paraguay, Persia, Peru, Porto Rico, Portugal and Portuguese 
Colonies, Roumania, Russia, Salvador, Serbia, Siam, Spain, Sweden, 
Switzerland, Tunis, Uruguay, Venezuela. 

To British Possessions generally, Palestine, and United States the letter 
rate is for letters not exceeding 1 oz. l^d, for each additional oz. Id. 

No letter for a colony may exceed 2 feet in length or 18 inches in width 
or depth. For foreign countries the limit of size is 18 inches in any direction. 
International Reply Coupons, which are exchangeable in any country of the 
Postal Union for a stamp or stamps representing the postage on a single rate 
letter from that country for abroad, may be purchased at any Money Order 
Office in this country at the price of 5d each for the purpose of prepaying 
replies to letters. Imperial Coupons, exchangeable within the British Empire 
only for a stamp or stamps representing the postage on a single rate letter 
from the country of exchange for a destination within the Empire, may be 
purchased at the "price of 2^d each at all offices which sell International 
Reply Coupons. Dutiable articles may be sent by letter post to certain 
countries, as shown in the "P.O. Guide." 

Imperial and Foreign Post Cards. 

Single Cards, 2d each ; Reply Cards, 3|d each. (Official Inland Post 
Cards are transmissible abroad if the additional postage is supplied by postage 
stamps being affixed. ) Cards used as Post Cards must be of similar substance 
to the official cards ; not exceeding 5§ by 4g inches, and not less than 4 by 
2f inches. Reply-paid cards of private manufacture must display the title 
"Carte Postale arec reponse payee'" on the address side, but this is not 
obligatory for single cards of private manufacture. Reply halves of reply- 
paid cards must bear the words "Carte Postale — Reponse." 

The left-hand half of the address side of a Post Card, as well as the back, 
may be used for a written communication subject to the following restric- 
tions: — Nothing may be attached except stamps inpayment of postage, a 
gummed label not to exceed 2 by J inches bearing address of recipient, a 
similar label with address of sender, and illustrations and photos on very thin 
paper completely adherent to the card. 

Imperial and Foreign Printed Papers and Commercial Papers. 

The rate of postage on Printed Papers for all places abroad is Jd per 2 oz., 

and on Commercial Papers 2^d for the first 10 oz. and ^d per 2 oz. thereafter. 

Commercial Papers comprise all papers or documents written 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 147 

or drawn wholly or partly by hand (except letters or communica- 
tions in the nature of letters, or other papers or documents having 
the character of an actual and personal correspondence), documents of 
legal procedure, Deeds by public functionaries, copies of or extracts 
from Deeds under private seal stamped or unstamped, Way Bills, 
Bills of Lading, Invoices, Receipts for goods or money, and other 
documents of a mercantile character, documents of Insurance and 
other public companies, all kinds of manuscript music, manuscript of 
books and literary works, letters and post cards of old date which 
have already served their original purpose, pupils' exercises with cor- 
rections, but without comment, and other papers of a similar description. 

Printed Papers comprise impressions or copies obtained upon 
paper, parchment or card-board, by means of printing, lithography, 
engraving, photography, or any other mechanical process easy to recog- 
nize. This description includes newspapers, periodical works, books 
(stitched or bound), pamphlets, sheets of music, visiting cards, address 
cards, proofs of printing, plans, maps, catalogues, prospectuses, an- 
nouncements, circulars, notices, engravings, photographs, designs, 
manuscript for press (when sent with proofs of same), papers impressed 
for use of the blind, albums of photos, or card-board drawing models 
stamped in relief, and anything (not glass) usually appurtenant to the 
before-mentioned articles in the way of binding, mounting, or otherwise, 
and anything convenient for their safe transmission which shall be 
contained in the same packet. Postage stamps, obliterated or not, and 
all printed articles constituting the sign of a monetary value, are ex- 
cluded. The products of the copying press and the typewriter are not 
admitted, nor, as a rule, are printed papers which have been modified 
after printing, either by hand or by a mechanical process. But the 
following exceptions are allowed : — Printed circulars may be dated in 
manuscript or by a mechanical process, name and address of the 
sender and of the recipient, as well as his trade or profession, 
may be added ; on printed visiting cards and Christmas cards the 
address of the sender, or formulas of courtesy in not more than five 
words may be written, and on printed circulars manuscript cor- 
rections and insertions may be made as to names of commercial travel- 
lers, dates of journey, dates of departure of ships, names of persons 
invited to meetings, and the place, date, and object of the meetings ; 
date of despatch may be inserted in advices of goods ; printers' proofs 
may be corrected and the manuscript enclosed, errors in other printed 
documents may be corrected, and figures may be inserted in prices 
current, stock and share lists, &c. ; books, music, photos, engravings, and 
Christmas cards may contain the invoice relating to them ; books may 
have a dedication inscribed on them ; in orders for books printed on cards, 
the works required or offered may be indicated in manuscript ; to cuttings 
from periodicals, the title and date of the publication may be added. 
Circulars printed or lithographed in characters resembling those of the 
typewriter, or produced from typewritten originals, will be 
admitted, provided that they are handed in at the counter of 
Post Office, that special attention is called to their nature, and that at 
least twenty copies are posted at the same time. 

Commercial Papers and Printed Papers may be posted either without a cover, 
or in an unfastened envelope, or in a cover easily removable for examination 
without breaking any seal or adhering surfaces. The packet may, however, 
be tied at the ends with string easy to unfasten. The name and address of 
the sender should be written or printed outside. 

The limit of size for British Colonies or Possessions or non-Union countries 
are 2 feet in length by 1^ feet in width or depth ; but to Foreign Countries, in- 
cluding Egypt, in the Postal Union the dimensions may not exceed 18 inches 
in any direction. If in the form of a roll the limits of size in either case are 
30 inches in length and 4 inches diam. The limits of weight are from 4 lbs. 
to 5 lbs. according to destination. 



148 POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

Imperial and Foreign Samples. 

The rate of postage on Sample Packets for all places abroad is Id for the first 
4 oz., and Id per 2 oz. thereafter. The Sample Post is restricted to samples of 
merchandise or scientific specimens. Articles liable to Custom Duties may be 
sent by Sample Post to certain countries only and under special regulations. 

Patterns or Samples, when practicable, must be sent in covers open at the 
ends, and in such a manner as to be easy of examination. But samples of 
seeds, drugs, and such like, may be posted enclosed in boxes or bags fastened 
in such a manner that they may be readily opened. 

There must be no writing or printing upon or in any Sample Packet for 
non-Union countries, except the address of the person for whom it is intended, 
the address of the sender, a trade mark or number, the price of the articles, 
the weight or size, and the quantity to be disposed of, or such as may be 
necessary to indicate the place of origin or the nature of the merchandise. A 
packet for a country in the Postal Union may contain Printed Papers, and if the 
rates for Commercial Papers be paid, it may also contain Commercial Papers. 

The limit of weight for British Colonies or Possessions or for non-Union 
countries is 5 lbs., but for Foreign Countries in Postal Union the limit is 1 lb. 

The limit of size for British Colonies or Possessions or for non-Union coun- 
tries is 2 feet in length by 1 foot in width or depth ; and for foreign places in 
the Postal Union 18 inches in length, 8 inches in width, or 4 inches in depth ; 
unless it be in the form of a roll, when the limit is 18 inches by 6 inches. 

Prepayment in Money — Foreign. 

Postage on Postal Packets (except parcels) addressed to places abroad may 
be prepaid in money under arrangements similar to those shown on page 142. 

Magazine Post for Canada and Newfoundland. 

British Newspapers, Magazines, and Trade Journals may be sent to Canada 
by direct Canadian packet, and to Newfoundland by direct packet or by Canada, 
at the following rates : — 6 oz., Id ; 1| lbs., l|d ; 2 lbs., 2d ; 2-Sj lbs., 2Jd ; and 
so on up to 5 lbs., 5d ; limit of size, 2 feet in length by 18 ins. in width or depth. 
They must be posted without a cover or in a cover open at both ends and 
easily removable. Neither cover nor contents may bear any superscription 
except title and reference to registration, address of sender and addressee, index 
or reference numbers and letters, the words "with compliments," a refeience 
to any place in the publication, and a request for return in case of non- 
delivery. All inland registered Newspapers are admissible ; and other 
Journals may be registered for Magazine Post under certain conditions. 

Spoilt Stamps. 

Applications for allowance on spoilt, or unused, postage stamps, embossed 
envelopes, post cards, or newspaper wrappers, which have not passed through 
the post, should be made on a form obtainable at any Money Order Office, 
and should be sent with the stamps to the Accountant, G.P.O., Edinburgh. 

Registration and Insurance — Foreign. 

The fee for registration of letters, post cards, commercial and printed 
papers and samples, addressed to places abroad, is 3d. Articles to be 
registered must be enclosed in a strong envelope, and given to an agent of 
the Post Office. To some countries it is forbidden to send coin, jewellery, 
or precious articles. (For prices of Registered Letter Envelopes, see page 144.) 

Letters and parcels may be insured (up to certain limits of value) 
to many foreign countries. Letters must be securely fastened and sealed 
with private seal, and presented at the counter of a Post Office. Parcels 
must be substantially packed, and sealed with wax or lead. Seals must be 
placed over each join or loose flap of the covering, and at the ends of the 
string. The seals must all have distinct impressions of the same device, 
such device not consisting merely of straight or curved lines. Parcels con- 
taining coin, watches, or jewellery must be enclosed in strong boxes 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 149 

substantially fastened in wrappers of canvas or strong paper, duly sealed. 

Letters or parcels for insurance must bear the words " Insured for ," 

according to amount. The sums payable for insurance, including registra- 
tion, are as follows : — To secure compensation up to £12, a fee of 5d; £24, 
7d ; and so on at the rate of 2d for every additional £12, up to £400, 5s lid. 
For information regarding foreign postage of articles of gold and silver, 
precious stones, &c, see current copy of Post Office Guide. 

Compensation foe Loss or Damage op Uninsured Parcels. 
The Postmaster-General will, subject to certain rules, give compensation for 
the loss or damage of uninsured parcels sent by Parcel Post to various Foreign 
Countries when such loss or damage takes place while the parcels are under 
his custody. The compensation paid will in no case exceed £1 12s for a 
parcel exceeding 11 lbs., or £1 for a parcel not exceeding 11 lbs. In the 
services with certain countries a lower limit than £1 is in force for light 
parcels. In the case of parcels lost or damaged while under the control of 
the Post Offices of these countries, the Postmaster-General will endeavour to 
obtain compensation for the senders. 

Cash on Delivery Service. 

This arrangement for collecting from the recipient, for remittance to the 
sender, by Money Order or Postal Order, the value of articles sent by post, is 
in operation between Britain and the following countries : — Aden, Algeria, 
Antigua, Azores, Bahamas (Nassau only), Barbados, Belgium, Bermuda, 
British Guiana, British Honduras, British North Borneo, British Somaliland, 
China, Corsica, Ceylon, Cyprus, Czecho-Slovakia, Danziar, Denmark, Dutch 
Guiana-, Dutch West Indies, Egypt, Estonia, Falkland Islands (Port Stanley 
only), Fiji, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Gold Coast, Grenada, Hol- 
land, Hong Kong, Iceland, India, Iraq, Italy, Jamaica, Kenya and Uganda, 
Latvia, Leeward Islands, Lithuania, Madeira, Malay, Malta, Mauritius, 
Morocco (Tangier only), North Borneo, Nyassaland, Norway, Palestine, 
Portugal, Rhodesia (Northern and Southern), St Lucia, St Vincent, Sarawak, 
Seychelles, Shanghai, Sierra Leone, Straits Settlements, Sweden, Switzerland, 
Tibet, Trinidad, Zanzibar. The amount to be collected, or "Trade Charge," 
may not exceed £20 or £40 according to destination. Articles must be sent as 
parcels. The sender must fill up a special Trade Charge Card (no erasure or 
alteration allowed), and also write on the cover of the parcel, or on a label 
affixed to the cover, his name and address and the word "Remboursement," 
followed by the amount in sterling of the Trade Charge. 

The packet must be handed in at a Head or Branch Post Office, where 
the sender must obtain a certificate of posting, which is to be given up when 
the Money Order or Postal Order is presented for payment. The amount of 
the Trade Charge will be remitted directly to the sender, after deduction of 
fee due to office of delivery, and commission on Money Order or Postal Order. 
Rates charged as fee and commission for the various countries may be 
ascertained at Post Office. 

Imperial and Foreign Parcel Post — general regulations. 

A parcel must not be posted in a letter box, but must be presented at the 
counter of a Post Office. The sender is required to make a Customs declara- 
tion furnishing a statement of the contents and value, the date of posting, 
and other particulars. Senders of parcels for certain countries may take 
upon themselves the payment of the Customs charges if they so desire. 

No letter whatever may be sent in a parcel addressed to any Foreign 
Country, or to many British possessions. Invoices in open envelopes may, 
however, be enclosed. Coin, jewellery, or any article of gold or silver, cannot 
be sent by Parcel Post to any Foreign Country or British Possession included 
in the insurance system, unless they are insured for at least part of their 
value, and packed according to special regulations. 

Parcels should be securely packed ; cardboard or ordinary brown paper is 
not, in general, sufficient packing for a parcel sent to a place abroad. 

Arrangements have been made whereby parcels up to 22 lbs. in weight may 
be accepted for certain Colonies and Foreign Countries. 



150 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 
IMPERIAL AND FOREIGN PARCEL POST. 



Place of 
Destination. 


Route. 


Rates of Postage. 






Parcels no' 


exceeding 






2 


lb. 


3 1b. 


7 1b. 


111b. 


122 lb. 








s. 


D. 


S. D. 


s. 


D. 


s. 


D. 


S. D. 




Aden 


P. & 0. Line direct.. 


2 





2 


3 


9 


5 


3 


8 3 


(Limit, 
201b.) 


Argentine Republic 


Royal Mail and Nel- 






















son Lines 


3 





3 


4 


3 


5 


6 


9 3 




Australia 


By sea direct 


Not over 1 lb., 1 


s 4d; 


for each 








additional lb. up to 11 lbs., od 






Australian Common 


wealth Line (Irregular) 






Austria 


Belgium & Germany 


2 


6 


3 3 


3 


3 


3 


9 


5 9 




Belgium 


Direct daily 


1 


9 


1 9 


2 


6 


3 





4 6 




Brazil 


Ryl. Mail, Pacific & 
Stm. Navig'n, and 






















Booth Lines 


3 


3 


3 3 


4 


3 


5 


3 


8 3 




Canada 


By Direct Packet 


2 


3 


2 3 


4 


3 


6 





8 9 


15 1b. 


Cape of Good Hope 


See S. Africa (Brit.) 




















Ceylon 


P. & 0. Line 
By sea direct 


2 





2 


3 


9 


5 


3 


7 9 




China (Chin'e P.O.'s) 






















(1) Except Yunnan 


Via Suez 


2 


9 


2 9 


3 


9 


4 


9 


8 3 






Via U.S. A. or Canada 


5 





5 


8 


3 


11 


9 


20 6 




(2) Yunnan only . . 


Via Hong Kong 


2 


9 


4 3 


4 


3 


5 





9 




Cyprus 


P. &0. Line to Egypt 


2 


6 


2 6 


3 


9 


5 





8 3 




Denmark 


By sea direct 


1 


6 


2 3 


2 


3 


3 





4 6 




Dutch East Indies . . 


Via Suez 


4 





5 6 


5 


6 


6 


3 


10 3 




Egypt 


By sea direct 


2 





2 


3 


6 


4 


6 


7 3 




France 


Via Calais 


1 


6 


2 3 


2 


3 


2 


9 


4 3 




Germany 


Via Ostend 


1 


9 


2 9 


2 


9 


3 


3 


5 




Gibraltar 


P. & 0. from Thames 


1 


6 


1 6 


2 


9 


3 


9 


6 3 




Gold Coast Colony. . 


African and British 






















and African Lines 


2 


6 


2 6 


3 


6 


4 


9 


7 




Greece 


By sea direct 


1 


6 


3 3 


3 


3 


3 


9 


5 9 






Via France 


2 


6 


4 6 


4 


6 


5 





7 9 




Holland 


Sea direct daily 


1 


9 


1 9 


2 


6 


3 





4 6 




Hong Kong 




1 


9 


1 9 


2 


9 


3 


9 


6 9 




Hungary 


Via Germany 


2 


6 


3 9 


3 


9 


4 


3 


6 9 




India 


P. & 0. Line direct 


2 





2 


3 


9 


5 


3 


8 3 




Italy 


Via France 


2 


3 


3 3 


3 


3 


3 


9 


5 9 




Jamaica 


By sea direct 


1 


6 


1 6 


3 





4 





6 6 




Japan 


Via Canada or U. S. A. 


3 


9 


3 9 


6 


3 


9 


3 









Via Suez 


2 





2 


2 


9 


3 


9 







Luxemburg 


Via Belgium 


1 


6 


2 3 


2 


3 


2 


9 


4 




Madeira 


Direct 


2 





2 


3 


3 


4 










Malay States 


P. & 0. & Holt Lines 


2 





2 


3 


3 


4 


6 


7 9 




Malta 


By sea direct 


1 


6 


1 6 


2 


9 


3 


3 


6 




Mexico 


Direct 


2 


S 


2 3 


3 


6 


5 





7 9 






Via U.S.A. 


3 


6 


3 6 


6 


3 


9 


6 


15 6 




Natal 


See S. Africa (Brit.) 




















New Zealand 


Via Australia 

New Zeal'd Shipping 
and Shaw, Savill, 
and Albion Lines, 
for parcels not ex- 
ceeding 4 feet in 
length and girth 


2 


3 


2 3 


4 





6 


3 


9 3 






combined 


2 


3 


2 3 


4 





5 


6 


9 




Norway 


Norwegian Mail Line 


2 





3 6 


3 


6 


4 





6 3 




Orange Free State . . 


See S. Africa (Brit.) 




















Palestine 


Sea to Egypt 


2 


3 


2 3 


3 


6 


4 


6 


8 




Peru — All depart- 






















ments except Loreto 


Via Steam Nav. Line 


3 


9 


5 


5 





6 


3 


9 9 




Department of 






















Loreto 


Via Booth Line 


3 


9 


5 


5 





6 





10 





POSTAL DIRECTORY. 



151 



Place of 
Destination. 


Route. 


Rates of Postage. 




Parcels not exceeding 








21b. 


3 lb. 


7 1b. 


111b. 


2? 


lb. 








S. D. 


S. 1>. 


S. D. 


S. D. 


s. 


D. 


Philippine Islands . . 


U.S.A. 


3 9 


3 9 


6 9 


10 3 


17 


9 




Portugal 


Direct 


2 


2 


3 


3 3 


5 


3 




Rhodesia 


See South Africa 
















Roumania 


Via Germany 


2 3 


3 9 


3 9 


4 


6 


9 




Russia in Europe . . 


Via Estonia 


3 6 


4 


4 


4 6 


8 







Sierra Leone.. 


African and British 


















and African Lines 


2 6 


2 6 


3 6 


4 9 


7 







South Africa (Cape of 










Good Hope, Natal, 










Orange Free State, 










Transvaal) 


Union Castle Line 


9d per lb. up to 11 lbs. 






S. Rhodesia 


Via Cape Town 


1/4 per lb. up to 11 lbs. 








FromThames toBeira 


3 6|3 6 | 5 6 | 7 | - 






N\ Rhodesia 


Via Cape Town 


1/8 per lb. up to 11 lbs. 








FromThames toBeira 


4 | 4 | 6 6 | 9 6 | - 






Br. Bechuanaland 


Via Cape Town 


9d per lb. up to 11 lbs. 






S.W. Africa 


Via Cape Town 


Is per lb. up to 11 lbs. 






Spain 


Via France 


2 9 


3 9 


3 9 


4 3 


6 


6 




Straits Settlements 


Via Suez 


2 


2 


3 3 


4 6 


7 


9 




Sweden 


By Sea (Direct) 


2 


2 


3 


4 3 


6 







Switzerland 


Via France 


2 


3 0. 


3 


3 3 


5 


3 




Transvaal 


See South Africa 
















U.S. of America 


Cunard & White Star 
















(including- Alaska) 


Lines 


2 


2 


3 9 


5 


7 


6 




Venezuela 


Sea direct 


4 


4 


5 3 


6 6 








Yugo-Slavia 


France and Italy 


2 6 


3 6 


3 6 


4 


6 


3 





Post Office Telegraphs. — Inland Telegrams. 

The charge is Is (Is 6d for telegrams addressed to the Irish Free State) for 
the first 12 words, and Id for every additional word. Addresses are charged 
for. Telegrams handed in on Sundays in Scotland are charged 6d extra. 

Forms with embossed stamps can be obtained either singly or in books of 
20, interleaved, and with a sheet of carbonic paper, price £1 0s 3d each book. 

When the terminal office is a Head Post Office, the amount paid for 
transmission covers the cost of delivery within three miles or within the town 
postal delivery when that extends for more than three miles. But when it is 
not a Head Post Office, the message is delivered free within three miles only. 
The porterage on messages for places beyond the limits of the free delivery 
will be at the rate of 6d a mile or part of a mile, the charge being reckoned 
from the limit of the free delivery. 

Copies of a telegram directed to more than one person in the same free 
delivery are delivered at a charge of 4d for every copy beyond the first, in 
addition to the ordinary telegram charges for the number of words in the 
addresses and text. Telegrams may be repeated, if the sender desires it, at 
one-half the ordinary tariff. 

Persons not wishing to send to a Telegraph Office may post a telegram in an 
envelope addressed "Telegram, Immediate" in a wall or pillar-box, or Sub- 
Post Office. Telegrams so posted are sent on by next collection to the 
Telegraph Office for transmission free of extra charge, provided that the 
proper amounts have been prepaid. 



152 POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

Messages may be sent by Telephone from subscribers or from Multi-Coin 
Boxes for onward transmission as telegrams to a Telegraph Office. A local 
telephone fee is charged in respect of each call made to the local Telegraph 
Office, or to Edinburgh when the local office is closed for Telegraph business. 

Anyone may register an abbreviated address on payment of £2 a year. 

The cost of a reply, not exceeding forty-eight words, may be prepaid, and a 
reply form will then be delivered to the addressee, who will be at liberty to 
use it for any inland message, at any time within twelve months. 

Night Telegraph Letter Service. 

Night Telegraph Letters may be sent between any two of the undermen- 
tioned towns for delivery by the first post next morning — including Sundays 
if there is a delivery: — Aberdeen, Belfast, Birmingham, Bradford, Brighton, 
Bristol, Cardiff, Cobh (or Queenstown), Cork, Derby, Dover, Dublin, Dundee, 
Edinburgh, Exeter, Gateshead, Glasgow, Holyhead, Hull, Inverness, Leeds, 
Leicester, Liverpool, London (Central Telegraph Office, Charing Cross, 
Strand, Fleet Street, and House of Commons Branch Offices), Londonderry, 
Manchester, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Newport (Mon.), Norwich, Nottingham, 
Plymouth, Portsmouth, Queenstown, Sheffield, Southampton, Swansea. The 
rate is Is for 36 words or less (Is 6d to Irish Free State), and Id for every 3 
words beyond 36. The usual fee of 6d in addition is charged on Sundays. 

Night Telegraph Letters must be in plain language. They should be 
written on telegram forms and the charges prepaid in postage stamps. They 
may be handed in at or telephoned to the Head Office of the town before 
midnight, or posted in time to reach it by midnight (9 p.m. at Londonderry, 
10 p.m. at Inverness), prepaid at the above rate, in an envelope marked 
simply "Telegraph Letter." They may not bear multiple addresses; and 
registered telegraphic addresses will not be accepted. 

Foreign Telegrams. 

In telegrams written in plain language (English or French) the length 
allowed for a word is 15 letters. Additional letters are charged for at the 
rate of 15 letters to the word. 

Subject to the limit as to number of letters, ordinary compound words and 
names of persons and places, &c, written without break or interruption, are 
counted as single words. If joined by a hyphen, or separated by an apostrophe, 
they are counted as so many separate words. Compound numbers written in 
words and without break are also counted as single words subject to the same 
limit as to the number of letters. The name of the office of destination in the 
address is charged for as one word whatever its length ; and when the name 
of the country, state, province, or district has to be added the whole expression 
is charged for as one word. Every separate letter or figure is charged for as 
one word. Groups of letters in cypher and groups of figures are counted at 
the rate of five to a word. Bars of division, decimal points, and stops used 
in the formation of numbers are counted as figures. Letters added to figures 
to form ordinal numbers are counted as separate words (i.e., " 17th " counted 
as two. If written " seventeenth " counted as one). 

Telegrams in Code language must be written in one of the authorised codes. 

Radio-telegrams. 

Radiotelegrams are accepted at any Telegraph Office for transmission to 
ships equipped with wireless telegraph apparatus in any part of the world. 

Services. — (1) Short distances (List British Coast Stations, 250 miles). 
Rates from 3Jd to lid per word. (2) 2,000 mile range, lid per word ; 
1/3 minimum. (3) Special world-wide services (Rugby radio and Portishead 
radio), 1/6 per word ; no minimum. Open address. — When the sender is 
uncertain as to the appropriate coast station, the radio should bear an 
open address thus: "Jones Olympic Wireless." Abbreviated addresses 
for use in connection with radiotelegrams only can be arranged through the 
Head Postmaster. Fee, 2/6 per annum. 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 



153 



EXTRA-EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. 

Telegrams in plain language are accepted at the " Deferred Rate" on condition that they 
may, if necessary, be deferred during transmission in favour of Full-Rate Telegrams. 





Ordnry. 


Deferr'd 




Ordnry. 


Deferr'd 




Rate. 


Rate. 




Rate 


Rate. 


Abyssinia each word 


1/7 & 1/4 




Falkland Islands 


3/1 


1/6* 


Aden 


2 


i"o 


Fanning Island 


1 8 


lOd 


Annam 


2/2 & 3/ 


1/1 & 1/6 


Fiji Islands 


1/8-1/10 


lOd - lid 


Argentine Republic 


2 1 


1 0* 


Formosa 


2 9 


1 4* 


Ascension 


2 


1 


Guat emala 


2/4 & 2/7 


1/2, 1/3* 


Australia 


1/8 & 2/ 


lOd & 1/ 


Gilbert and Ellis Islands 


2/2 & 2/8 




Bahamas 


2/1 to 2/4 


1/0* -1/2 


Guam Islands 


3 1 


l"6* 


Bermuda 


2 2 


1 1 


Guiana — 






Bolivia 


2/5 to 3/5 


1/2J-1/84 


British 


2/2 to 2/7 


1/1, 1/1* 


Brazil — Pernambuco 


1 7 


9* 


Dutch 


2 


1 


Other places 


2/2to 4/7 


1/1 - 2/3* 


French 


2/1 to 3/ 


1/0* - 1/6 


British Central Africa — 






Hedjaz (Arabia) 


2/2 to 3/2 


1/1-1/7 


(Nyassaland) 


1 8 


10 


Honduras— 






British New Guinea 


2/1-3/1 


l/0*-l/6* 


British 


2 4 


1 2 


Brunei ,, 


3 3 


1 7* 


Independent 


2 7 


1 3* 


Burma ,, 


1/1 to 1/5 


6*d&8*d 


India 


1/1 & 1/5 


6*d&8*d 


Canada — 






Iraq 


1/8 - 1/11 


10d-ll*d 


Alberta 


1 3 


7* 


Japan 


2 9 


1 4* 


British Columbia 


l/3to 1/8 


7id-]0d 


Kwang Tung Peninsula 


2 9 


1 4* 


Cape Breton 


9 


4 


Labuan 


2 10 


1 5 


Manitoba 


1 2 


7 


Liberia 


3/0 to 3/5 


1/6-1/8* 


New Brunswick, Nova 






Madagascar 


2 3 


1 1* 


Scotia, Ontario, Pr'ce 






Madeira 


1 


6 


Edward Isl'd, Quebec 


9 


4 


Makatea Island 


3 5 




Saskatchewan 


1 3 


7* 


Malay Peninsula 


2 10 


15 


Yukon 


2 6 


1 3 


Marquesas Islands 


3 5 




Newfoundland— Labra- 






Marshall Islands 


2/8 & 2/9 


l"4* 


dor 


11 


5* 


Mauritius 


2 


1 


Other places 


9 


4£ 


Mexico 


1 9 


10* 


Cape Verd Islands— 






Midway Island 


2 8 


1 4 


St Vincent 


2 3 


1 1* 


New Caledonia 


2 6 


1 3 


St Thiago 


3 1 


1 6* 


New Guinea 


2/1 - 3/1 


l/0*-l/6* 


Caroline Islands 


2 9 


i 4* 


New Hebrides 


2 2 


1 1 


Ceylon 


1/2 to 1/5 


7d&8*d 


New Zealand (All places 






Chatham Islands 


2 2 




except Kawau Island) 


1 8 


lOd 


Chili 


2 7 


13* 


Kawau Island 


1 11 




China — Macao 


3 


1 6 


Nicaragua 


2/4 & 2/7 


1/2&1/3* 


Other places 


2 9 


1 4* 


Norfolk Island 


1 8 


lOd 


Chosen 


2 9 


1 4* 


North Borneo 


3 2 


1 7 


Christmas Island 


3 10 


1 11 


Palaos Islands 


2 9 


1 4| 


Cochin China 


2/2 & 3/ 


1/1 & 1/6 


Palestine 


lOd&l/l 


5d & 6*d 


Cocos 


2 


1 


Panama Republic — 






Colombia — 






Colon and Panama 


2 2 


1 1 


Beunaventura and 






Other places 


2/4-2/10 


1/2 to 1/5 


Cartagena 


2 2 


1 1 


Papua 


2/1 to 2/5 


l/0*-l/2* 


Other places 


2/3 & 2/5 


1/1*, 1/2* 


Paraguay 


2 1 


1 0* 


Comoro Islands 


2 3 


1 1* 


Perim 


2 


1 


Costa Rica 


2/4 & 2/7 


1/2&1/3* 


Persia 


1/7 to 2/1 


9*d-l/0* 


Cook or Hervey Islands 


2/5 - 2/11 




Persian Gulf 


l/7to 2/1 


9*d-l/0i 


Cyprus 


1 1* 


o"7 


Peru 


2/1 to 2/6 


1/0*- 1/3 


Dutch E. Indies 


3 2 


1 7 


Philippine Islands 


2/9 to 3/6 


1/4* -1/9 


East Africa — British 


1/6-1/11 


9d - Hid 


Reunion 


2 2 


1 1 


Do. formerly German 


1/6-1/11 


9d-ll*d 


Rodriguez Island 


2 


1 


Erythrea 


1/3 & 1/6 


7*d & 9d 


Saghalian 






Other places. . 


1/5 to 2/3 


Sid -1/1* 


(Japanese) 


2 9 


1 4* 


Zanzibar 


1 8 


lOd 


St Andrews Island 


2 5 


1 2* 


Ecuador 


2 6 


1 3 


St Helena 


2 


1 


Egypt — Alexandria 


1 


6 


St Pierre and Miquelon . . 


9 


4* 


Via wireless . . 


9 


4* 


Saipan (Island of) 


2 9 


1 4* 


Other places — 






Salvador 


2 7 


1 3* 


1st Region 


1 


6 


Samoa 


2/5-2/10 




Via wireless 


9 


4* 


Sandwich Islands 


2/3 - 2/10 


1/1H/5 


2nd Region 


1 1 


6* 


Sarawak 


4 


2 


Via wireless 


10 


5 


Seychelles Islands 


2 


1 


3rd Region 


1 4 


8 


Siam 


1/11-3/6 


ll*d-l/9 


Via wireless 


1 1 


6* 









154 


POSTAL DIRECTORY. 








Ordnry. 


Deferr'd 




Ordnry. 


Deferr'd 


South Africa — 


Rate. 


Rate. 


United States — contd. 


Rate. 


Rate. 


Union of South Africa 


1 3 


7* 


Missouri — St Louis . . 


1 1 


fy 


Rhodesia (Northern) . . 


1/8, 1/9 


10(1, 10id 


Other places. . 


1 3 


7J 


Rhodesia (Southern) . . 


1 5 


8*- 


New Jerse3' — Hoboken , 






South-West Africa . . 


1 3 


l\ 


Jersey Cy. .Union Cy . 


10 


5 


South Georgia 


3 6 


1/7A&1/9 


Other places 


11 


5J 


Sudan 


1/1 & 1/4 


6Jd&8d 


New York — New York 






Syria 


1/1 & 1/4 


6£d - 8d 


and vicinity 


9 


4J 


Tahiti 


3 3 




Other places 


11 


5± 


Timor 


3 9 


l'io* 


Uruguay 


2 7 


1 3i 


Tonga Islands . . ; . 


2 5 


1 ty 


Venezeula 


2/6 & 2/7 


1 3j 


Tonquin 


2/2 & 3/ 


1/1 & 1/6 


West Africa 






Trans-Jordania 


1/0 & 1/3 


6d - 7£d 


British Possessions . . 


2/6 to 3/2 


1/3 to 1/7 


Tulagi 


2 2 




Belgian Congo 


1/5 - 2/ 


Sidtol/ 


United States — 






French Possessions . . 


1/7 to 3/4 


9jdtol/8 


Alaska 


2 5 


1 2J 


Portuguese Possession s 


2/6 - 3/11 


1/3-1/11* 


Alabama, Carolina, 






Spanish Possessions . . 


2/7 to 2/9 


1 3* 


Georgia, Illinois, In- 






West Indies — 






d i a n a, Kentucky, 






Barbados 


1 8 


10 


Michigan, Mississip., 






Jamaica 


2 2 


1 1 


Ohio, Tennessee, Vir- 






Turks Island 


2 2 


1 1 


ginia, Wisconsin . . 


1 1 


6J 


Antigua, Dominica, 






Arkansas, Colorado, 






Grenada, St Kitts, 






Dakota, Iowa, Kan- 






St Lucia, St Vincent 


2 2 


1 1 


sas, Montana, Nebra- 






Trinidad — 






ska, New Mexico, 






Port of Spain 


2 2 


1 1 


Oklahoma, Texas, 






Other places 


2 3 


i i£ 


Wyoming 


1 3 


7£ 


Montserrat 


2 2 


l l 


Arizona, California, 






Tobago 


2 5 


1 2* 


Idaho, Nevada 


1 4 


8 


Aruba 


2 


1 


Oregon, Utah, Wash- 






Bonaire 


2 


1 


ington (State) 


1 4 


8 


Cuba — 






Connecticut, Maine, 






Havana, and Santi- 






Massachusetts, New 






ago de Cuba 


1 5 


8* 


Hampshire, Rhode 






Other places 


1 7 


9* 


Island, Vermont . . 


10 


5 


Curacoa 


2 


1 


Columbia, Delaware, 






Guadeloupe 


2 10 


1 5 


Maryland, Penn- 






Hayti 


2/5 to 2/7 


l/2i-l/3| 


sylvania 


11 


5J 


Les Saintes 


2 10 


1 5 


Florida— Pensacola . . 


1 1 


6J 


Marie Galante . . 


2 10 


1 5 


Key West 


1 4 


8 


Martinique 


3 3 


i n 


Other places 


1 3 


7J 


Porto Rico 


2 1 


1 0* 


Louisiana-New Orleans 


1 1 


6* 


St Croix 


2 5 


1 2i 


Other places 


1 3 


7j 


San Domingo 


2/5to2/9 


im-vii 


Minnesota — Duluth, 






St Thomas 


2 5 


1 2* 


Minneapolis, St Paul, 






St Martin 


2 


1 


Winona 


1 1 


6J 


Swan Island 


2 8 




Other places 


1 3 


7J 


Willis Islets 


1/10-2/2 





European Telegrams from ant Part of the United Kingdom. 



Albania 

Algeria 

Andorra 

Austria 

Azores 

Belgium 

Boukhara 

Bulgaria . . 

Canar}' Islands . . 

Czecho-Slovakia . . 

Danzig (Free City) 

Denmark 

Esthonia 

Faroe Islands 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Gibraltar 

Greece 



each word 



















4id and 6 
Greek Islands "4Jd to 6J 



Holland 

Hungary . . 

Iceland 

Italy .. 

Lettonia (Latvia) 

Libya 

Liechtenstein 

Lithuania . . 

Luxemburg 

Malta 

Morocco — 

Spanish Possessions 

Other places 3|d to 
Norway — 

Svalbard (Spitzber- 
gen) & Jan-Mayen 

Other places . . 
Poland .. .. 
Portugal . . . . 
Rhodes .. .. 



Roumania 

Russia 

Russia, Caucasus 

Sarre (Saar) Territory 

Senegal (Africa) 1/7 & 

Spain 

Spitzbergen 

Svalbard(Spitzbergen) 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Tunis 

Turkey 

Vestman Islands . . 

Yugo-Slavia 

West Africa — 
French .. 9Jd to 
British . . l/3d to 



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3 


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POSTAL DIRECTORY. 155 

Imperial Cable and Beam Wireless Services. 

" Via Imperial." — A rapid and accurate service is given to Canada, 
Australia, New Zealand, British West Indies, &c, by British cables to 
telegrams routed " Via Imperial." 

" Via Empiradio." — Anglo- Australian, Anglo-Canadian, Anglo-Indian 
" Beam " services. These services place London in direct communication 
with Melbourne, Montreal, and Bombay respectively, and provide cheap, 
accurate, and speedy Empire intercommunication. Mark telegrams — " Via 
Empiradio." 

Deferred and Letter Telegrams in plain language at specially reduced 
rates can be forwarded by those routes. 

Overseas Telephones. 

Anglo- Continental Telephone services are available from Dundee to most 
of the principal towns in Belgium, Denmark, France, Holland, Germany, 
Sweden, Switzerland, Austria, Danzig, and Czecho-Slovakia. 

Anglo-Argentine, Chili, Mexico, Uruguay, United States, Canadian, 
Cuban Telephone services are also available. 

Booking Outgoing Calls. — Dial "O," ask for "Continental Service," 
"American Service," &c. Reduced night rates in force. Enquiries, Dundee 
5690. 

Air Mail Services. 
Letters, post cards, printed papers, and commercial papers and samples 
may be sent by Air Mail. Air Mail packets can be accepted for registration, 
but cannot at present be insured (except for Holland and Switzerland). 

An Air Mail packet may be posted in any of the ordinary ways of posting. 
It must (1) bear an "Air Mail" label or manuscript equivalent, and some- 
times a special marking in addition ; (2) be prepaid (in postage stamps) to 
the full value of the combined postage and air fee. An "Air Mail" label 
may be obtained free of charge at any Post Office, and should be affixed to the 
top left-hand corner of the packet. If a label is not available, the packet 
should be prominently marked — "By Air Mail." 

Express delivery is not covered by the Air Mail fee ; but if express delivery 
is desired, an additional fee of 6d (per packet) must be paid, and the packet 
must be prominently marked "Express." Similarly, if registration is 
required, the usual fee must be prepaid. 

Information regarding rates, routes, &c, can be had on application at 
any Post Office. 

POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK.— The Post Office acts as a Bank for 
Savings throughout the United Kingdom. In every town and in almost every 
village small savings may be paid in at the Post Office. The money will be 
held in safety by the Government, will earn interest, and, when required, 
may be drawn out again through the local Post Office wherever the owner 
may be. 

Home Safes can be obtained at all Post Office Savings Banks. The Safe is 
a small steel box in which coins may be placed for subsequent deposit in the 
Savings Bank ; it is locked when issued, but every Savings Bank Office keeps 
a key which will open it when presented for the purpose of having the con- 
tents placed to the credit of the holder. A Home Safe may be issued to a 
depositor for his own use on production of his deposit- book showing a 
minimum balance of 2s. 

Forms to which stamps may be affixed are supplied at Post Offices for the 
assistance of children and others unable to save more than a penny or two at 
a time. 

Special facilities are provided for assisting managers of Penny Banks, and 
for the saving of pence by children attending elementary schools. Infor- 
mation on the subject will be furnished on application to the Controller of 
the Savings Bank. 



156 POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

Special facilities are also afforded to depositors in the Post Office Savings 
Bank for making investments in Government Stock and for purchasing 
Annuities. 

POST OFFICE TELEPHONES.— Secretary for Scotland, F. G. Milne, 
Edinburgh. Exchanges in Dundee, Broughty Ferry, Abernethy, Abernyte, 
Alyth, Auchterhouse, Bridge of Earn, Carnoustie, Comrie, Crieff, Cupar, 
Downfield, Errol, Fowlis, Gauldry, Glencarse, Inchture, lnvergowrie, Kellas, 
Letham (Fife), Lundie, Meigle, Methven, Monifieth, Newbigging, Newburgh, 
Newport, Perth, Salmondsmuir, St Andrews, Scone, Tayport, Tealing, 
Wormit. District Manager, G. H. Taylor, Telephone house, Edinburgh; 
Local Offices, G.P.O., Meadowside, Dundee. 

Call Offices. — Dundee — Arbroath road (Ellengowan), Arklay street, 
Arklay Street Post Office, Bellfield street, Brantwood avenue, Caird Hall, 
City road, 25 Constitution road, Cotton road, Craig Pier, Craigie avenue, 
Dalgleish road (foot), 28 Dundonald street, East Station, Eastern "Wharf, 
Ferry Road Post Office, Fish Dock, 34 Forfar road, Glenagnes road, 76 Hawk- 
hill, Corner of Hawkhill and Perth road, High street (near Church lane), 
Hill Street (School Grounds), Hilltown Post Office, Foot of Hilltown, Kidd's 
Rooms (South Lindsay street), King George Wharf, Kingsway Traffic Circus, 
Laurelbank, Lochee road (Tramway Shelter), Magdalen green, Market 
street, Maryfield Post Office, 12 Meadowside, 125a Nethergate, Nethergate 
(Kiosk), 21 Park avenue, 272 Perth road, 4 Polepark road, Post Office 
(Meadowside), Princes street (Post Office), 26 Reform street, Roseangle, 
96 Rosebank street, St Andrew's street, St Paul's Cathedral Church, 
High street, Stirling terrace, Stobswell, 70 Strathmartine road, Strath- 
martine road and Caird avenue (corner), Tay Bridge Station, Thorter 
row, 3 "Wellgate, Westport, West Station, Whitehall Crescent Post 
Office. Lochee. — Post Office, High street. Invergowkie. — County place 
(Paterson's land), Street Kiosk. Broughty Ferry.— Post Office, Baldovie 
Post Office, Barnhill Station, Barnhill Post Office, Broughty Ferry Station, 
Castle street, Dundee road, St Vincent street, West Ferry Post Office. 
Gauldry.— Post Office. Newport.— East Station, Pier, Union street, West 
Station. Wormit. — Newburgh road (3 offices). Tayport. — Post Office, 
Station. Downfield. — Cloan road and Railway Station. Monifieth. 
— High street, Exchange, Station. Monikie. — Post Office. Carnoustie. — 
Post Office, Brown street, Church street, Links avenue, Lochty street, 
Carnoustie, Easthaven, and Barry Stations. Five Mile House. — Muirhead 
of Liff. Fowlis. Kellas.— Murroes. Wellbank.— Post Office. Lundie. 
— Post Office. Newbigging. — Post Office. Craigton. — Post Office. 
Tealing. — Post Office. Strathmartine. — Post Office. 

The Use of Telephones for Sending Telegrams and Express Letters. 
— Any subscriber to a Telephone Exchange may telephone messages to a 
Post Office, so that these messages may be dealt with as Telegrams or 
Express Letters or Ordinary Letters ; and Telegrams may be delivered by 
telephone instead of by messenger (if the subscriber has a registered telegraphic 
address). Telegrams may also be addressed to the telephonic addresses of 
Exchange subscribers for delivery by telephone. The address must comprise 
the subscriber's name, thus — " Jones, Midland 245, Birmingham," or "Jones, 
Hull 245." 

The charges for taking down and delivering a telephonic express letter 
are : — (1) Local or trunk fee for telephone call made to the office at which 
the letter is written down, plus (2) writing down fee, 3d for 30 words and Id 
for every 10 words or part thereof in excess of 30, plus (3) charge for delivery, 
viz. : 6d a mile or part thereof. The charges for ordinary telephone letters 
are : — (1) As above ; (2) as above ; (3) ordinary postage. Any subscriber to a 
Telephone Exchange may obtain the services of an express messenger by 
telephoning to the nearest Post Office. 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 



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POSTAL DIRECTORY. 



ARRIVAL OP MAILS— POST OFFICE, DUNDEE. 



Arrivals from 



Hour of 
Arrival. 



Aberdeen, 

London Day Mail, England, Edinburgh, Falkirk, Glasgow, 

Perth, Highlands, and South of Scotland, . . 
Belfast, Leeds, London, Edinburgh, and South of Scotland 

Newcastle, York, and England generally, . . 
Carlisle, Inverness, Perth, Highlands, 
London Night Mail, England, Birmingham, Liverpool 

Manchester, Crewe, Preston, 

Aberdeen, Arbroath, 

N.E. of England, Kirkcaldy, York, St Andrews, 
Forfar, Kirriemuir, Carnoustie, Monifieth, 

Broughty Ferry, . . 

Belfast, Perth, Glasgow, 

Tayport, Wormit, Newport, 

Edinburgh, London, Leven, Cupar, 

Glasgow, Perth, England Midland Counties, London, 

Dunfermline, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Montrose, 

Broughty Ferry, Carnoustie, Monifieth, Arbroath, . . 
Crieff, Invergowrie, Longforgan, Stirling, St Andrews 
Broughty Ferry, Carnoustie, Monifieth, 

Tayport, VVormit 

Perth, 

Aberdeen, Arbroath, Montrose, Dunfermline, Leven, 
Brechin, Forfar, Kingennie, Kirriemuir, Monikie, . . 
Alyth, Blairgowrie, Newtyle, Meigle, Coupar Augus, 
Cupar, Edinburgh, Glasgow, St Andrews, Ireland, Kirkcaldy 

Ladybank, 
Edinburgh, London, Newcastle, England Eastern Counties 

Inchture, . . . . . . 

Broughty Ferry, Carnoustie, 

Invergowrie, Kilmany, 

Aberdeen, 

Arbroath, Broughty Ferry, Carnoustie, Monifieth, 

Leuchars, 

Newport, 

Aberdeen, Arbroath, Montrose, Blairgowrie, Alyth, Meigle, 

Glasgow, Perth, 

Brechin, Forfar, Kirriemuir, Broughty Ferry, Carnoustie, . 
Cupar, Edinburgh, Ladybank, London, Anstruther, St 

Andrews, Kirkcaldy, 

Glasgow, Birmingham, Liverpool, Perth, Stirling, Falkirk. 

Highlands, 

Aberdeen 

Dunfermline, Edinburgh, Glasgow 

Arbroath, 



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This applies to mail due at 7 a.m. only. 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 



159 



DESPATCHES. 



Latest Time 
for Posting. 



Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Scotland generally, 

Broughty Ferry, Carnoustie, Monifieth, Aberdeen, Arbroath, Montrose 

Fifeshire Towns, 

Monikie, Kingennie, Invergowrie, Longforgan, Newport, Tayport, \ 

Wormit, Guardbridge, Leuchars, Inohture, . . . . / 

London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, England generally, Foreign, . . 
St Andrews, Cupar, Kilmany, Newport, Tayport, Wormit, Perth, 
Aberdeen, Arbroath, Edinburgh, London, Broughty Ferry, . . 
Monifieth, . 

Carnoustie, Invergowrie, Perth, Newport, 
Stirling, Glasgow, West of Scotland, England, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, \ 

Montrose, Brechin, Forfar, Kirkcaldy, East of Fife, . . / 

Dunfermline, West of Fife, 
Glasgow, Perth, Leuchars, Edinburgh, North-East England, St ) 

Andrews, Cupar, Ladybank, . . . . . . . . j" 

Forfar, Kirriemuir, Carnoustie, Broughty Ferry, Monifieth, Newport, \ 

Tayport, Wormit, . . . . . . . . . . / 

Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Arbroath, Montrose, 

Alyth, Coupar Angus, Meigle, Newtyle, Blairgowrie, Invergowrie, 

Foreign, Glasgow, West of Scotland, England (except North-East), ) 

London, . . . . . . . . ... . . / 

Edinburgh, South-East of Scotland, England (North-East), 

Dunfermline, Cupar, 

London, England Mid, South, West, Glasgow, Perth, Scotland) 

(West, South- West), Ireland, Belfast, Manchester, .. .. / 

Kirkcaldy, Leeds, Newcastle, Sheffield, Edinburgh, North-East Eng-\ 

land, Liverpool, . . . . . . . . . . . . / 

Aberdeen, Arbroath, 

London, All England, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth, Oban, Stirling, \ 

Scotland (South-East, South-West), Ireland, Foreign, .. ) 

North of Scotland generally, Forfar, Brechin, Perth, 
Stirling, 



SUNDAY. 

London, England (Midlands and West Coast), Foreign, 
North of Scotland generally, Forfar, Elgin, Inverness, Perth, 
London, England generally, Foreign, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Scotland ) 
(South-West and South-East), and West, . .' . . . . / 



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PRINCIPAL FOREIGN DESPATCHES. 

Cape Mail — 8.15 p.m. Thursdays. 

Canada and U.S.A. Generally — 10.45 a.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays, with 

supplementary mails at 4 p.m. on those days (via Southampton) ; 

also occasionally 8.15 p.m. on Fridays via Glasgow or Liverpool, as 

opportunity offers. 
India — 8.15 p.m. Wednesdays (India generally). 
,, Bengal Province (including Calcutta City), 7 a.m. Thursdays. 



t Late fee, 15 mins. longer. { Late fee, 35 mins. longer. 

* Except Saturday. 



Box Closing for Town Deliveries — 6.45 a.m., 10 a.m., 1.45 p.m., 3.45 p.m. 



160 POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

COLLECTION OF LETTERS FROM PILLAR AND "WALL BOXES. 



Ancrum Road, 
Ann Street, 150, . . 
Arbroath Road, 
Arklay Street (Top) 
Blackness Road, 183 
Blackness Avenue, . 
Blackscroft (West), 
Brook Street, 
Church Street, 
*CliveRd.(Kingsw'3') 
C'nstitutionRd.(Top) 
Constitution Rd., 61, 
*Coupar Angus Rd., 
Cowgate, 18, . . 
*Cox St., Downfield, 
Craigie Terrace, 
Craigiebank, 
Dalkeith Road, 
Dock St. (Customhse) 
Downfield Road, 
Dudhope Church, 
East Station, 
Erskine Terrace, 
Glamis Road, 
Hawkhill, 123, 
Hawkbill, 190, 
High Street, 
High Street, Lochee, 
Hilltown (Foot), .. 
Inverary Terrace, . 
Kinnaird Street, 2, . 
*Kirk Street, L'chee, 
Kirkton Kd.,D'field 
Law Street, 
^Liff Road, Lochee, 
*Lintrathen Gardens, 
L. M. & S. Rly. Stn. 
Magdalen Green, 53, 
Magdalen Yd. Rd.,31, 
Mains Road, 
Milnbank Road, 93, 
Moncur Crescent, . . 
Muirfield Street, . . 
Nethergate, 63, 
Newport Boat, 
North Lindsa}' St., . . 
Osborne Place, 
Park Avenue, 
Perth Road, S.O., 272, 
Pitkerro Road, 
*Pitalpin St., Lochee 
*Provost Road (Top), 
Redcroft, W.B., .. 
Roseangle(Top), 
Royal Exchange, . . 
Shamrock Street, . . 
*South Road, Lochee, 
Stannergate, 
*StrathmoreAvenue, 
Taybank, Ferry road 
Tay Bridge Station, 
Tay Street, North, . . 
Victoria Road, 100, . . 
Westfield Place, 
Westgrove Avenue, 
Westpark Road, 
Whitehall Ores., 8, 
Windsor Street, 26,.. 
Woodlands Terrace, 



30 
8 30 

30 
8 

30 
8 30 
8 30 
8 30 
8 30 
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8 30 
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8 SO 

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8 30 
S 30 
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8 30 
8 30 
S 30 

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S 30 

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8 30 

7 45 
30 

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30 
3d 
30 

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30 

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8 30 
30 
30 
30 
30 

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8 



11 45 
11 45 
11 45 
11 45 
11 45 
11 15 
11 45 
11 45 

11 45 

12 30 
12 30 
11 15 
11 45 

10 30 

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11 45 

11 30 
11 
l'l 45 
11 45 
11 45 
11 30 

11 45 

12 15 
12 15 

11 15 

12 15 
11 15 
11 30 
11 45 
11 30 
11 45 
11 45 
11 45 
11 30 

11 30 

10 15 

11 45 
11 15 
11 45 
11 45 
11 30 
11 30 
Noon 
11 
11 45 

11 30 
11 30 

10 45 

11 45 
11 15 
11 45 

11 45 
11 45 
11 30 
11 
11 45 
11 15 
11 30 



P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. Sun. 

i 30 11 45a 

45 Noon 

15 Noon 

15 Noon 

45 11 30a 

8 45 11 30a 

8 15 11 45a 

15 11 30a 

45 Noon 

30 Noon 

30 Noon 

30 Noon 

30 — 

30 11 45a 

30 — 

15 11 45a 

15 11 45a 

15 Noon 

Noon 

Noon 

1145a 

Noon 

Noon 

Noon 

Noon 

Noon 

Noon 

Noon 

Noon 

Noon 

Noon 



— 


— 


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4 45 





6 4b 


— 


— 


1 45 


3 


4 


5 15 


— 


6 45 


— 


— 


1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 


— 


— 


— 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 


— 


— 


1 45 


3 


4 


5 15 


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6 45 


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2 45 


— 


5 15 


— 


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— " 


1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


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1 45 


2 45 


3 45 


4 45 


— 


6 30 


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— 


1 30 


2 30 


4 


5 15 


— 


6 45 


— 


— 


1 30 


— 


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4 45 


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1 45 


3 


4 


5 


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— 


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3 


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4 45 

5 


— 


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— 





1 30 


2 45 


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6 30 


7 30 


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— 


2 45 


— 


— 


— 


5 30 


— 


— 


— 


2 30 


— 


5 


— 


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1 30 


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5 


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6 30 


— 


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1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 


7 30 


— 


1 30 


2 45 


— 


5 30 


— 


— 


— 


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1 30 


2 45 


3 45 


4 45 


— 


6 30 


— 


Noon 


1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 


7 30 


— 


2 


— 


3 45 


5 


— 


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— 


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2 30 


4 30 


— 


— 


— 


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1 45 


3 


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5 15 


— 


6 45 


— 


— 


1 45 


3 


4 


5 15 


— 


6 45 


— 


— 


1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 

4 45 

5 15 


— 


6 30 


7 30 





1 45 


3 


4 





6 45 





— 


1 30 


— 


3 45 


5 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 45 


3 


3 45 


5 15 
5 


— 


6 45 


— 


— 


1 30 


— 


— 


5 30 


— 


— 


— 




1 45 


— 


3 45 


5 

4 45 

5 


— 


— 


— 







3 





z 










1 45 


3 


4 


5 15 


— 


6 45 


7 30 




1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 





6 30 


— 


— 


1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 


— 


— 


1 30 


2 30 


4 


5 15 





6 45 


— 




1 45 


2 45 


3 45 


4 45 


— 


6 30 


— 




1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 





6 30 


— 


— 


1 45 


2 45 


— 


5 30 


— 


— 


— 




1 45 


3 


4 


5 15 


— 


6 45 


7 45 


— 


1 15 


2 45 


— 


5 45 


— 


6 45 


7 15 


— 


1 45 


3 


4 


5 15 


— 


6 45 


— 


— 


1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 





— 


1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 


— 


— 


1 30 


2 45 


3 45 


5 


— 


6 30 


— 




2 


(Sat 


115) 


5 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3 

2 30 


3 


5 


— 


6 30 


— 





1 30 


3 30 


5 





6 30 





Noon 


1 30 


2 45 


3 45 


5 





6 30 





— 


2 


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5 
5 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


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— 


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5 


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1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 


— 


— 


1 45 


3 


4 


5 15 


— 


6 45 


7 30 


Noon 


1 45 


3 


4 


5 15 


— 


6 45 


— 


— 


1 45 


3 


4 


5 15 


— 


6 30 





— 


1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 


— 


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— 


3 15 


— 


5 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3 


— 


5 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 


7 30 


— 


1 30 


2 30 


3 30 


5 


— 


6 30 





— 


— 


— 


3 45 


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50) 


— 


— 



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Noon 



i Noon 

i Noon 

i Noon 

i Noon 

> Noon 

i 11 30a 

)Noon 

)Noon 

i Noon 

- 10 45a 

! 45 Noon 

; 15 Noon 

! 30 Noon 

; 30 Noon 

i 30 — 

; 30 — 

l 15 Noon 
; 30 Noon 
; 15 Noon 
1 30 Noon 
; 30 Noon 

; 30 

i 15 
; 30 Noon 
; 15 11 45a 
1 45 Noon 
i 45 Noon 
i 45 Noon 
1 15 Noon 
I 30 Noon 
I 30 Noon 
i 15 Noon 
i 15 Noon 
i 15 Noon 



Deliveries — 7 a.m., 10.15 a.m., 2 p.m. (Saturday 1.30), and 4.15 p.m. 

* 5 a.m. Monday only. 2.45 and 3.45 p.m. Collections suspended on Saturdays. 



POSTAL DIRECTORY. 161 

BROUGHTY FERRY POST OFFICE, Queen street, Broughty Ferry.— 
Postmaster, D. Macarthur. Mails— Despatches — Box closes for Dundee 
and other places generally at 6.0, 9.0, and 11.45 a.m. ; London and South, 
1.15 p.m., 3.30 p.m., 4.15 p.m., and 5.30 p.m. ; General, 7.30 p.m. Parcels 
for same despatches accepted 9 a.m., 11.30 a.m., 1 p.m., 4 p.m., 5.15 p.m., 
and 7.15 p.m. Deliveries, 7 a.m., 10 a.m., and 3.45 p.m. (except Saturdays). 
Saturday, 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., Callers' Delivery. Sunday Despatch, 12.45 p.m. 
On Sunday the Office is open for sale of Stamps and Telegraph business 
from 9 till 10 a.m. On Week-days the Office is open for general Postal and 
Telephone business from 8 a.m. to 7.30 p.m. 

BROUGHTY FERRY— COLLECTION FROM WALL BOXES. 





A.M. 


A.M. 


A.M. 


P.M. 


P.M. 


P.M. 


Abercromby Street, 




5 


7 30 


11 


2 15 


3 15 


6 15 


Abertay Street, . . 




5 


7 30 


11 


2 15 


3 15 


6 15 


Barnhill P.O., 




5 


7 45 


Noon 


2 30 


3 30 


6 30 


Camperdown Street, 




5 


8 45 


12 30p 


2 30 


4 30 


6 30 


Camphill, 




5 


8 15 


12 15p 


2 15 


3 15 


6 15 


Castle Street, 




5 


8 


11 30a 


2 45 


3 45 


6 30 


Duntrune Terrace, 




5 


7 30 


11 30a 


2 45 


4 45 


6 45 


Ellieslea Road, 




5 


8 30 


Noon 


2 45 


4 45 


6 45 


Forthill Road, 




5 


8 30 


Noon 


2 30 


4 30 


6 30 


Harecraig, . . 




5 


7 30 


11 0a 


2 45 


4 45 


6 45 


King Street, 




5 


8 


12 15p 


3 


5 


7 


Monifieth Road, . . 




5 


7 45 


12 15p 


2 30 


3 30 


6 30 


Nursery Road, 




5 


8 30 


Noon 


2 30 


4 30 


6 30 


Railway Station, . . 




5 


8 45 


12 15p 


2 45 


3 45 


6 45 


St Vincent Street, 




5 


8 30 


Noon 


2 45 


3 45 


6 45 


Seafield, 




5 


7 30 


11 15a 


2 30 


4 30 


6 30 


West Ferry P.O., .. 




5 


8 45 


12 15p 


3 


5 


7 


Westfield Road, . . 




5 


8 45 


12 15p 


3 


5 


7 



On Saturdays there are no collections at 2.15 to 3.0 p.m. No Collections on Sunday. 



RATES OF POSTAGE FOR LETTERS AND PARCELS ADDRESSED 
TO PERSONS SERVING WITH HIS MAJESTY'S FORCES AT 
HOME OR ABROAD.— His Majesty's Forces stationed in the British Islands 
and His Majesty's Ships in Home Waters — The ordinary inland rates apply to 
all kinds of postal packets. In the case of parcels the words ' ; In Home 
Waters " must be added after the name of the ship ; but the use of the 
proper postal address for a ship in home waters will result in earlier delivery. 
Every parcel must bear on the cover the sender's name and address. 

H.M. TROOPS ABROAD.— Letters— Generally speaking, the rate for 
letters is the ordinary rate for the country of destination. 

Parcels — H.M. Ships outside Home Waters — 3 Lbs., Is 3d ; 7 Lbs., 2s 6d ; 
11 Lbs., 3s 3d ; 22 Lbs., 6s. China Command, Shanghai Area — 3 Lbs., 2s 3d ; 
7 lbs., 3s 3d ; 11 lbs. , 4s 3d ; 22 lbs. , 7s. Parcels for soldiers serving elsewhere 
are subject to the same conditions as those for civilians in the same country. 

Any letter, parcel, or other postal packet addressed to one of His Majesty's 
ships should be addressed — H.M.S. (name of ship), c/o G.P.O., London, E.C.I. 
In the case of parcels the words "In Foreign Waters" must be added after 
the name of the ship. Every parcel must bear on its cover the sender's name 
and address. Parcels may not be addressed "c/o Admiralty." 

H.M. Ships in Foreign Waters — The imperial rates, viz., l|d for first 
oz. , and for each additional oz. Id., will apply. Postcards ljd each. News- 
papers and printed papers, ^d for 2 oz. 

INLAND REVENUE STAMPS, &c— 

The following Inland Revenue Stamps : — Bill Stamps, Bankruptcy Stamps, 
Contract Stamps, Foreign Bill Stamps, Civil Service, Law Court, Register 
House, Estate Duty, Transfer Stamps, Deed Stamps, Patent Medicine 
Stamps, Coffee Labels, Patent, Design, and Trade Mark Stamps and Forms, 
Dog and Gun and Wireless Licenses, may be purchased at the Post Office. 
11 



162 ) 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



See List of Streets, Squares, &e. , at beginning of Directory. 



Numbering of Streets. — In Dundee it has hitherto been the practice to number 
the Streets with the odd numbers on the rii/ht hand side of each street, and the even 
numbers on the left. In the Directory, therefore, the names have been arranged in 
the same way — the odd numbers first, 1, 3, 5, 7, &c, then the even numbers following 
in the reverse direction, as 8, 6, i, 2. The Broughty Ferry Streets, however, are so 
arranged that the order of the buildings begins on the left hand side of the street, 
returning on the right hand side in the reverse direction. This should be kept in 
mind when consulting the Directory. 

The List of Streets, Squares, &c, on page 18 (which has reference letters to denote 
the position of each street on the Plan of Dundee, and reference numbers and letters 
to indicate Registration Districts and Ward Boundaries) will be found serviceable in 
determining the situation of any required locality. 



ABBOTSFORD PLACE. 

PEDDIE STREET. 

1 Steedman, Robert, labourer 
... Arnott, Robert, slater 

3 Gibson, Frederick, baker 
... M'Leod, Elizabeth 
... Blackwood, Fred., salesman 
... Norrie, Keith, busdriver 
... Tosh, John, baker 
... Quirk, Thomas, electrician 
... Moyes, Alexander, baker 

5 Robertson, Chas., bar manager 
... Brown, George S., engineer 
... Conacher, Hugh, joiner 
... Banner man, Norman, baker 
... Smith, George S. , stereotyper 
... Small, Mrs Margaret N. 

7 Petrie, Malcolm, engineer 
... Forbes, Mrs James 
... Flynn, John, baker 
... Anderson, John 
... Graham, John, storekeeper 
... Anderson, John L., newsagent 
... Adamson, George, manager 
... Robertson, Charles, barman 

9 Brown, James S., joiner 
... Mitchell, George D. , mechanic 
... Winter, Mrs Helen 
... Liney, Albert C, civil servant 
11 Watt, John 
... Coupar, John, stationer 
... Maclean, Charles S., foreman 

compositor 
... Gillan, Alexander P., grocer 
13 Moore, George, enginedriver 
... Kidd, John, tenter 
... Stone, William, weaver 
... Ross, James, shipping clerk 
. . . Cumming, Wm. , billiard room 
proprietor 



15 Crawford, John, yarndresser 
... Craig, Robert, foreman 

... Gibson, Robert W., haulage 

contractor 
... Reid, Norman, clerk 
... Gourlay, Mrs Jessie 

17 Wood, William, head clerk 

... Bernard, Thos. M., blacksmith 

19 M'Cormack, Frank, enginedvr. 
... Baxter, Mrs Elizabeth 

... Fenton, David, foreman 

... Quinn, P. B ., painter 

... Haxton, William, clerk 

... M'Rae, James, manager 

21 Boyd, David, gardener 

... Grassie, Alfred, foreman 

... Craig, James, insurance agent 

... Fairley, Mrs Helen 

... Thomson, Robert, factory clerk 

... Cathro, David E. , clerk 

20 Lawson, Archibald, contractor 
... Marra, Nicholas, secretary 

... M 'Walter, William, telephone 

engineer 
... Pyott, Donald, church-officer 
... Rennie, Andrew 
... Badenoch, Mrs J. 
... Patrick, David M., clerk 

18 Arnott, James, agent 

. . . Monaghan, John, car conductor 
... Marr, David, fireman 
... Folan, John, shoemaker 
.. Wishart, Robert, compositor 
... Dickson, David, supervisor 
... Wishart, Miss Isabella 
... Pitkeathly, Mrs Alexander 

16 Matthew, George, ironplaner 
... Lornie, James, clerk 

... Adams, Frank J., ironmonger 
... Finlayson, Adam, compositor 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



163 



16 Clark, Adam, compositor 
14 M'Gregor, William, labourer 
... Kidd, James, milk salesman 
... Chalmers, John, engineer 
... M'Leod, Allan, printer 
... M'Ritchie, David, foreman 
... Thompson, David, overseer 
12 Lonie, William, plater 
... Quinn, Thomas, insur. agent 
... Matthew, Mrs Margaret 
... Dickens, Harry, cinema mangr. 
... Wilson, Henry B., baker 
.. Smith, Miss, teacher 
10 Thorns, Peter, frenchpolisher 
... Wilkie, Robert, wood machinist 
... Young, George, yard inspector 
. . . Payne, James B. , overseer 
... Grimes, Mrs Catherine 
8 Nelson, Thomas, butcher 
... Doig, Charles, baker 
... M'Glashan, James, clerk 
... M'Donald,Simon,photographr. 
... Nicoll, Wm. , engined river 
... Wood, James, railway clerk 

6 Mulvey, Michael, pavior 

... Kyle, John, assistant overseer 
... Simpson, Harry, busdriver 
... Wallace, Joseph, machineman 
... Wallace, John C, engineer 
... Lamb, William, tobacconist 

4 Wallace, Mrs Catherine 
... Roy, George, fruiterer 

... Watt, R. Fisher, spirit mer 

chant 
... Angus, George C, pipelayer 
... Peters, James 
... Doyle, Patrick, tanner 

2 Fenton, Robert, turner 

... Dunsmore, James, barman 
... Robb, Eleanor, dairy keeper 
... Webster, A. E., tailor 

ABBOTSFORD STREET. 

BLACKNESS ROAD. 

1 Cargill, John, enginedriver 
... Ames, Ernest, engineer 
... Boswell, David, enginedriver 
... Pickard, John, assist, registrar 
... Wilson, Andrew, chemist 
... Wilson, Helen, grocer 

3 Ramsay, John, traveller 
... Moyes, Alexander, baker 
... Forbes, Hugh, stereotyper 
... Moncur, Robert, grocer 

5 Boyd, John, railway worker 
... Hendry, Charles, fireman 

7 Abbot, William, yarrlsman 
... Simpson, Abel, chauffeur 



55 



57 



60 



58 



22 



Lochead, Thomas, tenter 
Blackwood, Thomas, engineer 
Miller, William D., plumber 
Emsley, James, printer 
Petrie, John, coal merchant 
Southern, Mrs J. T. , grocer 
Dodds, Harold S., chauffeur 
Bell, Jane 

Honeyman, Miss Isabella 
Brown, David, tobacconist 
Macfarlane, Douglas, salesman 
Anderson, Jas. , car conductor 
Smart, D. H., watchmaker 
White, Mrs B. 
Hutcheson, Mrs 
Paterson, David, enginedriver 
Murphy, Edward 
Henderson, G. W. , woodturner 
Rosemond, Robt., warehouse- 
man 
Gouick, John, haeklemaker 
Landsman, Mrs John 
Wilkie, James, blacksmith 
Coupar, Douglas K., assurance 

agent 
Herd, David R. 
Dick, W. B., builder 
Dale, James F. 
Kiddie, Robert, baker 
Anderson, Robert 
Hill, Alex. Stuart, artist 
Anderson, Charles D. , clerk 
Thistle Harriers' Clubroom 
Nicholson, Mrs Jessie 
Gibson, John, postman 
Selbie, James, guard 
Crammond, Mrs I. 
M'Walter, Samuel P. 
Thomson, Webster, compositor 
Mitchell, James, tenter 
Todd, David, bricklayer 
M'Kenzie, John, salesman 
Robbie, Alexander, baker 
Lawrie, Robert, baker 
Hogg, Dickson, clerk 
Powrie, T. , garage attendant 
Smith, James A. , mechanic 
Smart, George, clerk 
Pitkeathly, Mrs Isabella 
Murphy, Mrs Isabella 
Hynd, Alexander, scavenger 
Grieve, Walter 

Crichton, Mrs H. , spirella agent 
Gardner, Joseph, bricklayer 
Eggo, Arthur, chauffeur 
Christie, John, fish porter 
Lornie, Isabella, housekeeper 
Webster, James, overseer 



164 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



ABERCROMBY STREET. 



BARN HILL. 

1 Barbour, Richard E., surveyor 
3 Lowden, Mrs Christina A. W. 

5 Latto, David, dep. town clerk 
Panmure terrace here 
Hamilton street here 

16 Sim, Robert, warehouseman 
Gordon street here 

10 Smith, Andrew, chauffeur 

8 Maclaren, John T. 
Invermark terrace here 

6 Morris, William, church-officer 

ABERTAY STREET. 

BARNHILL. 

9 Henson, A. F. , chauffeur 
Peres road here 
CamphilL road here 

21 Barnes, Misses 
Strathmore street here 
Edzell street 

Arnot, Raymond, nurseryman 

23 Croll,D.&W., Ltd., nursery men 
28 Mitchell, Wm., land steward 
26 Webster, Andrew, gardener 

24 Walker, Miss H. J. 

22 Ogilvie, Mrs C. 
Hamilton street here 

18 Bowie, Geo., market gardener 
Panmure terrace here 

10 Hall-Few, Mrs 
8 Hardie, Mrs R. L. 

ADDISON ROAD. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

1 Rorke, Robert M., agent 
... Rorke, R. Manners, insur. insp. 

3 Suttie, Mrs Agnes 

5 Greenfield, Miss 

6 Elder, David, engineer 

4 Dakers, Mrs J. G. 

ADELAIDE PLACE. 

LAW STREET. 

Dudhope Bowling Green 
3 Reid, Alexander S. 

5 Swayne, Arthur, excise officer 

7 Johnston, William, grocer 
Minard crescent here 

17 Rubislaw — 

Wm. Salmond, civil engineer 

19 Fermata — 

W. S. Edward, theatre propr. 

Arthur B. Edward, motor 

engineer 

21 Dunbreich — 

D. T. Patterson, builder 



25 Reid, David, pianotuner 

29 Brown, Misses A. & T. , dairy kps. 

... Brown, Misses E. & M., 

tobacconists 
44 Stevenson, Wm.,landscapegdr. 
22 Henderson, Miss 

Law street here 
20 Mathers, Da vidB.,hotelkeeper 

18 Pitdun— 

Mrs J. H. F. Henderson 

16 Hunt, Mrs Henry J. 

14 Wright, Mrs 

... Wright, William, traveller 

12 Neill, D. W. 

10 Private Nursing Home ; Miss 

A. Suttie, principal 
... Suttie, Mrs James 

8 Adams, David B., grocer 
... Adams, Misses 

6 Wylie, Rev. G. MacLean 

4 Beal, Rev. Edward 

"2 Anderson, Mrs L. 

ADELAIDE TERRACE. 

LAW STREET. 

1 Lowden, E. J. B., electrician 

2 Brush, John W., carpet manfr. 

3 Howe, Rev. J. 

4 Elder, Miss 

5 Rodger, Misses M. and E. 

6 Johnston, G. A., grocer 

7 M'Crone, David, baker 

8 Low, Alex. S., joiner 

9 Dewar, Andrew, manager 

10 Cappell, Professor D. F. 

AIRLIE PLACE. 

PERTH ROAD. 

1 University College Hostel for 
Women Students ; Mrs 
Stewart Campbell, warden 

3 Thornton, Dr Robert 

5 Kerr, Dr Charles 

7 Macklin, Dr A. H. 

9 Alexander, Rev. V. C. 

11 Halley, Mrs George 

... Halley, Lucy, music teacher 

13 Tierney, Dr T. B. 

15 Kinnear, Dr John 

17 Weir, William L. , solicitor 
... Hay, Mrs William 

... Fenton, Mrs Jane 

... Reid, Mary M. L. 

... Gow, John 

... Lindsay, R. M., elect, contractr. 

19 Fisher, D. , skin merchant 
.. Mackenzie, Mrs J. A. 

... Ormond, James, teacher 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



165 



19 Martin, Alexander, confectr. 
... Pickles, H., warehouseman 
... Gillis, Samuel, cabinetmaker 
... Whitelaw, Mrs E. M. 

21 Cold well, Miss Isa 
... Ogilvie, Mrs Robina 
... Ogilvie, Alex., clerk 

... Baird, Charles, traveller 
... Baird, J. Mason, organist 
. . . Hutton, Robert, grain merchnt. 
... Low, Wm. Elder, overseer 
... Nicoll, D. B., P.O. overseer 

Air lie terrace here 
24 Black, Wm. D., motor salesman 

22 Lee, Miss Nelly 

... Allan, William J., traveller 
... Murray, Mrs Jane 
... M 'Donald, J., ret. police lieut. 
... Terriss, Alexander, traveller 
... Gunn, James, ret. assur. supt. 
... Mitchell, John R. , traveller 
... Callaghan, John W., cutler 

20 Noble, Miss Mary M. 

... Cummings, Wm., pharmacist 
... Cummings, Charles, pharmacist 
... Richardson, Mrs James 
... Petrie, David, representative 
. . . Baxter, Mrs James 
... Waters, Miss A. P. 
18 Greig, Arthur S., butcher 
... Johnston, Mrs Alexander 
... Cant, Mrs Sara 
... Mathew, John D. 
... Mathew, James 
... Ritchie, Mrs Spenser 
16 Buist, Dr Robert Cochrane 
14 Alexander, Mr R. C. , surgeon 
12 Whyte, Dr G. F., surgeon 
10 Scott, A. A. B., ophthalmic 
surgeon 

8 Kynoch, Miss Minnie 

6 Beveridge, Dr Arthur J. 

4 Foggie, Dr William E. 

2 M 'Gibbon, Professor John 

AIRLIE TERRACE. 

PERTH ROAD. 

1 Bryson, James, tenter 

2 Wood, Miss, music teacher 
... Dawson, Mrs John 

... Davidson, George, traveller 

... Cathro, Charles, clerk 

... Kerr, John, science student 

... Shaw, James, motor engineer 

3 Carroll, Maggie Allison, teacher 

4 Greenshields, Thomas, traveller 
... Millar, James C. D., hatter 
... Binny, Mrs James 



4 Guimaraes, F. de S. Cruz, 

Brazilian vice-consul 
... Barnet, Mrs A. G. 
... Jolly, Robert, engineer 
... Jolly, Alexander, clerk 
. . . Fowlie, Hector M . , bank agent 
4APaterson, George S. 

5 Brunton, John N., bank teller 

7 Feldman, Mrs George 

... Donaldson, Mrs W. G.,aparts. 
... Kerr, MrsE. D. 

8 Spence, Misses 

9 Thomson, Margaret, clerkess 
Johnson, Mrs Jessie 
Strachan, William, saddler 
Patullo, James, engineer 
Macaskill, Norman, traveller 

10 Harley, Annie 
.. Dunbar, Mrs 
. . Glass, George G. , journalist 
.. Hamilton, Mrs Margaret 
.. Hamilton, Robert, fire assessor 
.. Froebel, F.E. V., foreign corres. 



ALBANY ROAD. 

WEST FERRY. 

The Croft- 
James Fen ton, solicitor 
Fairfield road here 

19 Dunella— 

Mrs M'Connachie, priv. hotel 
Neal M'Kechnie, chauffeur 

21 Stewart, Mrs Agnes E. 
Ellieslea road here 
Newstead — 

Kenneth S. Malcolm, manufr. 
Claremont — 

Wm. Boyd, retired director 
40 Netherby — 

Edward Fullerton, merchant 
Balmyle road here 
30 Encliffe— 

Stephen M. Rae, accountant 
28 Balcarres — 

George Robertson 
26 Cochrane, Mrs Alexander 
24 Meredith, Cecil W., director 

22 Cargill, David F., bleacher 

20 Charlemont— Misses Mitchell 
18 Invercraig — 

W. W. Fairweather, tobacco 

manufacturer 
Fairfield road here 
10 Balnacraig — Thomas Herd 

David H. Cameron, chauffeur 
8 St Katherine's — 

Mrs James S. Kennedy 



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ALBANY TERRACE. 



DC/DHOPE TERRACE. 

1 Hutton, Mrs Alexander 

2 Bradford, Mrs John S. 

3 Whyte, John 

4 Matthew, James, stockbroker 

5 Young, Frank G., principal 

6 Fraser, Rev. Alexander R. 

7 Piatt, Rev. Fred. 

8 Banks, Miss E. H. T. 
... Banks, H. K. 

9 Sturrock, Robt. F., civil engr. 
Law street here 

10 Sunnylaw — 

Sir Alex. Spence, grain mer. 

11 Scott, Rev. Robert F. V. 

12 Pollock, Mrs James 

13 M'Lay, David B. , city engineer 

14 Lee, William J., engineer 

15 Buist, Wm. H., cabinetmaker 

16 Smith, William, boot manufr. 

17 Hunter, Mrs David K. 

18 Maclean, Rev. George M. 

1 9 Soutar, Miss M. A. 

20 Bain, Ian M., rector 

21 Nairn, William, jutespinner 

22 St Leonards — 

Mrs Harry Stevenson 
Harry T. Stevenson, dyer 

23 Dick, Rev. David 

24 Scott, John, builder 

25 Simpson, Wm. T., accountant 

26 Butchart, Alex. , licensed grocer 
... Butchart, Wm. E., lie. grocer 

27 Marshall, John, manufacturer 

28 Reid, Sydney E. F., city asses'r 

29 M'Donald, Miss 

30 Stevenson, John L. , solicitor 

31 Keill, Patrick, dyer 

32 Rattray, Mrs Charles 

33 Stuart, Miss J. Y. 

34 Carsebrae — James S. Leslie 

35 Carmichael, Mrs G. 

36 Sharp, Mrs Andrew 

37 Davie, George M., pharmacist 

38 Morton, Mrs Robert 

39 Lee, James C, engineer 

40 Anderson, William C. 

41 Allan, Andrew, headmaster 

42 Whitford, Rev. Albert 

43 Hutton, Geo. M., chartered C.E, 

44 Tait, Charles W., secretary 

45 Morrison, Miss M. 

ALBERT ROAD. 

WEST FERRY. 

1 Mackay,Wm.,ret. stationmstr. 
3 Kidd, David, gardener 



3 Hynd, Andrew, police constble. 

Bayfield road here 
7 Brackenbrae — 

Alex. Thomson, manufacturer 
William Benvie, gardener 
9 Watson, Mrs R. L. 
... Comline, Peter, gardener 

11 Vinebank — 

Miss Edith A. Macintyre 

13 Taymount — 

Alexander Wighton, merchant 
William P. Spark, gardener 

14 Mackay, Rev. R. J. 

12 Barrett, Milton, police constable 

ALBERT SQUARE. 

(See Meadowside. ) 

ALBERT STREET. 

PRINCES STREET. 

1 Leighton, Robert ~ writ mer 

5 Greig Brothers, L^,\hers 

7 Aitken, Mrs John 
... Tinley, Misses 
... Taylor, John, motor mechanic 
... Dorward, George, porter 

9 Hoy, William, tobacconist 
11 Stott, Joseph (Dundee), Ltd., 
cabinetmakers 

13 Lilburn, Madge M. 

... Airth, William, motordriver 

... Johnston, David, grocer 

... Alexander, David, clerk 

15 Linton, B. M., dairykeeper 

17 Fairweather, Adam, hairdresser 

19 Forbes, Alexander, tobacconist 

21 M'Inroy, Mrs J. 

... Glassey, Thomas, timekeeper 

23 M'Burney, James, tailor 

25 Anastasio, Guiseppe, confectnr. 

27 Fowler, George A. , blacksmith 

... Pattullo, James, painter 

... Galloway, Wm., cabinetmaker 

... Dargie, James B., clerk 

... Dewar, Fred. J., mechanic 

... Sturrock, Mrs Peter 

29 Stewart, A. N., watchmaker 

31 MacNaughton, I. , c'ffeehse-kpr. 

Raglan street here 
41 M'Intosh, Alex. ,licensedgroc 
45 Phin, B. & M. H, fish merchts. 
47 Byars, Mrs Eliza 
... Byars, Robert, clerk 
... Myles, Annie, fruiterer 
.. Whyte, Peter, contractor 
49 Burnett, Robert, baker 
51 Kirkland, Miss, dairy produce | 
53 Myles, Annie, fruiterer 



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89 
93 
95 
97 
99 

101 
105 

107 

109 



111 
113 

115 
117 
119 
121 
123 



125 
127 
129 
131 



Bruce, Miss Louisa, newsagent 
Morris, Stewart, spirit mercht. 
Balfour, Mrs Mary, confectioner 
M ackie,Jas., & Co. , motor engrs. 
Sullivan, Mary, grocer 
Baxter, W. R., tinsmith 
Diamond, David, joiner 
Lilnurn, John A., bootmaker 
Hume, Miss Annie, confectnr. 
Murray, John, tailor 
Linton, B. M., confectioner 
Mitchell, George, coppersmith 
Meuzies, Stewart, joiner 
Nicoll, David, licensed grocer 
Craigie street here 
Macklin, Dr Alexander H. 
Buchanan, Dr William E. A. 
Bisset, Dr Susan H. 
Coomber, Stephen E. , inspctr. 
Buchanan, Dr T. King 
Wilkie, William, millmanager 
M'Nab, Miss, house proprietrix 
Strachan, Mrs Jane 
Walls, Alex., marine engineer 
M'Nab, Mrs John 
Dobbie, Archibald, shoemaker 
Kean, Duncan P., butcher 
Esposito, Nicolas, fish restaurt. 
Philip, James, confectioner 
M'Gill street here 
Ferguson, William, grocer 
Sharp, Andrew, boilermaker 
Smith, Mrs Jane 
Dye, W. & D. , chimneysweepers 
Scott, Miss Mary A., teacher 
Burnett, Douglas, plater's hlpr 
Hirst, Andrew A., plumber 
M 'Garry, Miss 

Coupar, Miss Jean, confectioner 
Dryden, D. S., chemist 
Park avenue here 
Low, We , & Co. , Ltd. , grocers 
Taylor, Mrs John, draper 
Scott, Charles, flesher 
Buttercup Dairy Co., Ltd. 
Taylor, Mrs John, draper 
Masterton, William S., joiner 
Dunn, Mrs Mary 
Hill, Alexander, engineer 
Elrick, Alexander, diesetter 
Weir, M. C, newsagent 
Wright, Margaret, milliner 
Raitt, Guthrie, painter 
Weir, Miss M., newsagent 
Anderson, Mrs 
Wilkie, David, manager 
Collier, James, pianotuner 
Hill, James, coal merchant 



133 Peebles Brothers, Ltd., grocers 
Gardean street here 

165 CommercialBankof Scot. , Ltd. ; 
A. S. G. Thomson, agent 

167 Mill, Mrs Isabella 
... Campbell, John, hairdresser 
... Vickers, Richard, masseur 
... Greig, Christopher, busdriver 
... Galloway, James, cardriver 
... Stobie, John, traveller 
... Cairns, Henry 

169 Malone, Thomas, boot repairer 

171 Stout, Thos., Ltd., fish merchts. 

173 Mathers, Miss Mary, dairykpr. 

175 Simpson, Mrs R., draper 

177 Smith, James, clerk 
... Smith, A. Stanley, manager 
... Innes, Alexander, fitter 
... White, David, slater 

179 Ingram, J. R., baker 

185 Carnegie, Mrs Agnes 
... Mitchell, Alexander B. 
... Anderson, George M., baker 
... Kinnear, Alex. M., saddler 
... Macleod, Mrs Mary 
... M'Tear, Alexander 
... Robertson, Allan R., job. gardn'r 
... Denham, Annie 

191 Barrie, G. & P., Ltd., aerated 
water manufacturers 
... Innes, Miss Bessie, produce dlr. 

195 Snyder, Leonard, pork butcher 
... Powrie, John G., clerk 
... Morton, Mrs Isabella, lodgings 
... Nairn, Joseph, commission agt. 
... M'Farlane, Thos., spiritdealer 
... Bowie, Robert S. , draper 
... Rollo, Dougall, plumber 
... Robertson, Allan, clerk 
.. Steel, Henry, baker 

197 Smith, Hood, & Co., Ltd., coal 
merchants 
... Lindsay, Mrs William 

201 Paton, Graham, loco, fireman 
... Rankine, Dr George 

205 Killacky, Hugh, printer, and 
Sub-Post Office 

207 Bain, David, funeral undertaker 
... Marnie, Miss 
... Fernie, Miss 
... Rodger, Mrs A. 
... M'Quattie, Mrs Jessie 
... Balfour, Miss Isabella 

209 Miller, J. W., ironmonger 

211 Kidd, AndrewG., Ltd., bakers 

213 M'Kenzie, Donald, grocer 
... Welsh, Miss Isabella 
... Hutton, James, engineer 



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Albert street — continued 
213 Thomson, David, overseer 
... Speedie, William, grocer 
... Speedie, Georgina, confectioner 
215 Johnston, G. A., Ltd., grocers 
217 Matthew, Alex., &Son, butchers 
219 Williamson, Joseph, chemist 
221 Gardiner, James, cashier 
... Hunter, William S., draper 
... Anderson, John, chemist 
... Yeaman, Jas., superintendent 
... Clark, Robert A., sub-editor 
. . . Wright, Miss Helen 
... Reoch, Charles, overseer 
... Wares, Angus, compositor 
223 Nicoll, Helen, draper 
225 Balfour, Mrs Helen, stationer 
227 Sim, Robert, grocer 
Stobswell here 
Stevenson Brothers (Dundee), 

Ltd., dyers 
Ogilvie Church 
Eliza street here 
170 Roberts, P. T., painter 
168 Walker, Mrs Christina 
... Guild, Mrs Agnes 
... Falconer, Albert, cash clerk 
... Marshall, Jane, fruiterer 
... Tarbet, Mrs R. 
166 Whyte, Mrs R., outfitter 
164 White, MrsB., fish merchant 
162 Urquhart, David, confectioner 
160 Whyte, Mrs Clara 

Leiper, James A., fishworker 
Dawson, Mrs 

Fraser, William, constable 
Bevan, Joseph, fireman 
Smith, Misses A. and E. 
158 Lumsden, Miss, milliner 
156 Ogg, James M., bootmaker 
154 Geekie, David, hairdresser 
152 Franchi, V. , confectioner 
150 Band, Alexander, stevedore 
... Begg, Arthur, patternmaker 
... Manners, George, blacksmith 
... Manners, Miss M., stationer 
... Barnett, David, jute stower 
... M'Donald, Fraucis, millovers'r 
... Macdonald, George, welder 
148 Taylor, MissM., dairykeeper 
146 Leonard & Knox, bakers 
144 Grewar. David, butcher 
142 Mitchell, George, sawyer 
.. Sandeman, Andrew, manager 
.. White, Mrs B., fish merchant 
.. Naismith. Thomas, electrician 
.. Stewart, Robert, sawmiller 
.. Christie,Mrs J. W., restaurateur 



140 Lindsay, R. M. (Dundee), Ltd., 
chemists 
Balmore street here 
138 Royal Bank of Scotland; James 

Sinclair, agent 
136 Kettle, Donald, clothier 
134 Brown, James, coal merchant 
... Millar, William, compositor 
... Sangster, Mrs J. S. 
... Shepherd, Mrs Rhoda 
... Leith, Gordon, dentist 
... Phillips, Francis D., mechanic 
... Fernie, Misses C. and D. 
132 Rea, James, & Sons, grocers 

Langiands street here 
128 Hogg, Andrew E., tobacconist 
126 Robertson, David N., baker 
124 Marshall, Jane, fruiterer 
122 Duncan, A., & Co., Ltd., boot- 
makers 
120 Stewart, Phyllis F., fruiterer 
118 Malloch, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Thomson, Jas. , church-officer 
... Thomson, William, baker 
... Fairweather, Mrs 
... Easley, Fred, clerk 
... Brown, Miss Helen 
... Forino, Philip, confectioner 
116 S. John Baptist Episcopal Ch. 
104 Foulis, Robert, confectioner 
102 Drummoud, Emily, hairdresser 
100 Anker, George, fishmonger 
98 Horsburgh, David, contractor 
... Watson, Jas. , & Son, coal mers. 
... Miliar, William, grocer 
... Mackie, Miss, dairykeeper 
92 Couttie, James, & Sons, Ltd., 

confectioners 
90 Anderson, Thomas, traveller 
... Duncan, George, cardriver 
88 Murray, John, butcher 
86 Chalmers, Mrs B., newsagent 
82 Dundee Eastern Co-Operative 

Society, Ltd., grocers 
78 Paterson, Robt. B., hairdresser 
76 Fergusson, Miss 
... Ferguson, Duncan, clerk 
.. Morris, John 
... Stewart, Miss Mary 
... Mill, William, dresser 
... Herald, William, butcher 
74 Brown, Miss Alice, fruiterer 
72 Potts, J. S., butcher 
70 Kidd, Andrew G., Ltd., bakers 
66 Crichton, Euphemia, dairypro- 

duce dealer 
64 Kydd Brothers, grocers 
Arthurstone terrace here 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



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34 



Lawson, W. A., grocer 

Sutherland, John W. , newsagt. 

Crow, Miss 

Lindsay, William, clerk 

Tyrie, Mrs James 

Rollo, George B., bar manager 

Fulton, Robert, secretary 

Kennedy, Frank M. , clerk 

Barrie, Harry A., traveller 

Wynd, Hilda, dress specialist 

Duubar, Miss K., poulterer 

Briggs, Miss M. , saleswoman 

Smith, Walter, clerk 

Dunbar, George 

Craig, James, chemist 

Buttercup Dairy Co. , Ltd. 

Gibb, George, fruiterer 

Craig, Miss A. 

Kilcullen, M. 

Stronner, James, gas inspector 

Munro, Miss Anna, cashier 

Y.W.C.A. Rooms 

Winton, Miss Elizabeth, grain 

merchant 
Duncan, David D.,"cabinetmkr. 
M'Murtrie, Miss Mary, con- 
fectioner 
Grieve, David B., clerk 
Himsworth, Mrs 
Brown, John, patternmaker 
Easley, Mrs Jessie 
Craig, Miss Helen 
Brown, Robert J. , draper 
Keiller, James, & Sons, Ltd., 

bakers 
Lyon street here 
Wallace, John W., spirit mer. 
Allan, Mrs Jessie 
Walker, David, cablejointer 
Smith, Alexander, organist 
Houston, James, confectioner 
Mackie, Miss, dairykeeper 
Reid, Arthur B., tobacconist 
Fullerton, Alex., attendant 
Davidson, Mrs Jane 
Paxton, John, carter 
Moir, Mrs Ann 

Landsburgh Bros. , lie. grocers 
Butter, Alfred G., fruit merch. 
Walker, James 
Burnett, Walter, dentist 
Craig, Mrs Margaret, nurse 
Keillor, James, engineer 
M'Laren, James W., grocer 
Wilson, W. F., bootmaker 
Hart, David, frenchpolisher 
Duguid, John, insurance agent 
Beckett, Joseph, cattledealer 
11a 



4 Kirkland,MissL., dairy produce 
2 Clarke, Arthur James, banker 

ALEXANDER STREET. 

HILLTOWN. 

7 Cameron, Thomas 0., baker 
9 Miller, Miss 
15 Lavery, Thomas, broker 
17 M'Donald, John, overseer 
19 Quinn, Mary, confectioner 
21 Robertson, Wm., coaldealer 
23 Sullivan, John, general dealer 
James street here 
Elizabeth street here 
63 Silicani, Pedro, confectioner 
67 Palladium Picture House ; 

Charles Milne, proprietor 
83 Doig, John, confectioner 
85 Sherriff, William, slater 
89 Anderson, Mrs W. A. 
93 Smith, James, newsagent 
95 Phin, James, plumber 
... Johnston, Thomas, fitter 
... Simpson, John, mason 
... Clark, Ernest, mason 
... Coupar, James, motordriver 
... Stewart, William, fitter 
99 Campbell, Walter, house fur- 
nisher 
. . . Malone, James, calenderworker 
... Barnett, Alexander, labourer 
. . . Campbell, Harry, motordriver 
101 Dargie, John A. C, mason 
... Howe, James, ironturner 
... Tolmie, Edward, postman 
... M'Cabe, Mrs 
... Bremner, John M., engineer 
lOlJSim, Mrs Annie, egg merchant 
103 Johnston, G. A., Ltd., grocers 

North Wellington, street here 
107 Ivers, Francis, hairdresser 
115 Skinner, George, boot repairer 
117 Crook, Sarah, confectioner 
119 Lowden, Geo. M., ironmoulder 
129 Kinnear, William H., grocer 
North Ellen street here 
North William street here 
135 Gow, Alexander, shuttlemaker 

... Murphy, T., general dealer 
141 Findlay, James, bleacher 

... Crowe, Charles, boot repairer 
159 Gray, Alexander, foreman 
167 Small, Alfred, windowcleaner 
166 Beattie, John, confectioner 
164 Nicoll, Mrs A., licensed grocer 
... Shiells, David, foreman 
... Robertson, Wm. S., fruiterer 
... Veitch, John, upholsterer 



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Alexander street — continued 
164 Parr, Robert, lathsplitter 
164AReid, Miss Mary, confectioner 
162 Newton, Mrs Davina, fruiterer 
158 Nicoll, Mrs Alexander, grocer 

North William street here 
156 Grant, William, grocer 
154 Grieve, Thomas, fireman 
152 Rodger, John, confectioner 
148 Cochrane, Peter, coal merchant 
144 Kennedy, C, hairdresser 
142 Baird, Mrs Agnes, confectioner 
138 Blair, John, nightwatchman 

... Stewart, Thomas, labourer 
130 Low, David, coachbuilder 
128 Young, Alex. R., spiritdealer 

North Ellen street here 
126 Lyall, Thomas, fruiterer 
124 Lees, Mrs Margaret, grocer 
122 Cameron, William, carter 
120 Laird, Thomas, butcher 
118 Laird, Mrs John, baker 
114 Mack, Margaret, confectioner 
112 M'Cabe, Patrick, boot repairer 
108 Stewart, David, labourer 
106 Smith, Mrs William 

... Myles, John, motordriver 
104 Nicoll, Isabella, newsagent 
North Wellington street here 
Hilltown Church 
Jamaica street here 
Carnegie street here 
80 Shand, A., butcher 
70 Sullivan, Patrick, furniture dlr. 
68 Sullivan, Miss M., confectioner 
66 Pratt, Andrew S., dentist 
64 Clarke, James 
... M'Kane, William, grocer 
... Marshall, Mrs Margaret 
. . . Sullivan, Patrick, furniture dlr. 
60 M'Farlane,Thos.,winemerch. 

Elizabeth street here 
54 Logie, Frank M., spirit mer- 
chant 
52 Jackson, Andw., chimneysweep 
50 Nicol, Stewart, boot repairer 
46 Murray, Miss Margaret, confctr. 
28 Geekie, John, newsagent 
10 La very, Thos. , furniture dealer 
8 Abbot, George, blacksmith 
... Gibson, Mrs Jemima 
6 M'Intosh, Wm. , confectioner 



ALLAN STREET. 

SEAGATE. 

Lindsay & Low, Ltd., bakers 
6 Johnston's Stores, Ltd., office 



ALPIN ROAD. 

EAST END OF LOONS ROAD. 

1 Coventry, Jas. , detective sergt. 
3 Smith, Alexander, grocer 
5 Henderson, Mrs Annie 
11 Kinnear, Thomas L., sanitary 
inspector 

13 Hutchison, Jas., sanitary inspr. 

15 Mitchell, John, overseer 

17 Baillie, James, cashier 
19 Christie, Robert, clerk 

21 Peat, Thomas, hacklemaker 

23 Electric Power Station 

72 Mudie, DavidS. , electrical engr. 

70 Blair, Robert, manager 

68 Ward, James, foreman pavior 

66 Reid, Edward, police constable 

64 Barry, Mrs A. G. 

62 Keith, William, clerk 

60 Small, Henry B., clerk 

58 Sturrock, Frederick, architect 

56 Dallas, Agnes H. 

54 Gillespie, Peter, organiser 

52 Crockett, Alexander, engineer 

50 Hay, John M., joiner 

48 Grant, William, cabinetmaker 

46 Tough, Mrs Alena 

44 Shields, Arthur W. S., clerk 

42 Nicoll, Mrs Isabella 

40 Davidson, Miss Isabella 

38 Smith, Mrs Alexander 

Glenisla terrace here 
34 Henderson, Mrs Mary 
32 Hunter, George, telegraphist 
28 M'Fall, Miss Elizabeth 
26 Serimgeour, Robt. , tel. linesman 

24 Roy, Janet 

22 Tyrie, John, ironturner 

18 Adamson, David B., traveller 

16 Hume, William, clerk 

14 Black, Mrs A. 

12 Miller, Henry, furrier 

10 Jamieson, John J., clerk 

8 Watt, James, clerk 

6 Kidd, James H. , warehouseman 

4 M 'Donald, William, salesman 

2 Allan, Mrs A. 

ALPIN TERRACE. 

LAWSIDE R.OAD. 

1 Cameron, David, blacksmith 

3 Cramb, Miss E. G., telegraphist 

5 Haggart, Mrs Helen 

7 Gray, Francis, accountant 

9 Clark, James, artist 

11 Phin, Albert, blockcutter 

13 M'Donald, Mark, wareh'seman 

15 Davidson, David, traveller 



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17 Naulty, John, chemist 

19 Young, David, upholsterer 

21 Grieve, William 

23 M 'Donald, James, teacher 

25 Steele, William, gardener 

27 M'Gregor, Stuart D. 

29 M'Glashan, William, tramdrvr 

31 Hughes, Owen, police constable 
33 Flight, Peter, barman 
35 Henderson, Alex., wareh'seman 
37 Gunn, Charles M., fitter 

39 Russell, Wm. , umbrella maker 
41 Hay, Alexander, collector 
43 Turnbull, Joseph, clerk 
45 Duncan, Alex., boilermaker 
47 Roberts, Albert, civil servant 

32 Brown, Mrs Sarah 

30 Crooks, Robert, water inspector 

28 Morrison, Robert, joiner 

26 Heggie, Charles, civil servant 

24 Paterson, James, clerk 

22 Scott, William F., butcher 

20 Frew, William, railway fitter 

15 Davidson, Chas., corp. worker 

16 Taylor, James W. , librarian 

14 Cameron, Joseph, clerk 
12 Mennie, John, mechanic 

10 Millar, Mrs Marjory 

8 Shannon, Malcolm, chauffeur 

6 Ramsay, Alex. , assist, manager 
4 M 'Arthur, Joan, costumier 

2 Walker, John, salesman 

AMERICANMUIR ROAD. 

DOWNFIELD. 

7 Cordiner, Keith M. , salt merch. 
Railway bridge here 

9 Abbot, John D., dispatcher 

11 Allardice, William, clerk 
Frederick street here 

15 Storrie, Mrs Annie 

17 Ford, James 

19 Drummond, Daniel C. 

21 Cook, Andrew, tailor 
. . . Dewar, William J. 

... Dodds, Robert, mason 

23 Fulton, Colin M., compositor 

29 Wilson, James P., butcher 

31 Watson, John S., clerk 

33 Laycock, Fred., secretary 
35 (Juthbert, William, engineer 
37 Robertson, Mrs 

39 Smith, Helen S. 

41 Farquhar, Andrew A., seedsman 

43 Moore, Miss J., dressmaker 

... Moore, Miss M. A. 

49 Meechan, Andrew, pawnbroker 

... Meechan, Mrs M. 



49 M'Laughlin, Miss Martha 

91 Paton, Alexander, nurseryman 
101 Yule, Miss 

103 Honeyman, Isabella 

105 Duncan, William, dairyman 

107 Marnoch, Mrs Mary 

109 Bell, David, currier 

115 Steel, John, carpetweaver 

... Fyfe, Mrs 
119 M'Intyre, David, farmer 
100 Downfield Nurseries — 

Thyne & Son, nurserymen 
James Rattray, motordriver 

98 Boyack, Mrs 

96 Balmer, John, gardener 

94 Lumsden, James, constable 

92 Duncan, William, dairyman 
90 Dryden, Mrs M. A., dairykpr. 
S8 Clark, Stanley, gardener 

86 Featherstone, Charles, gardener 
84 Buchanan, Forrest W. , travelr. 
82 Farquhar, Henry, draper 
48 West Kirkton— 

David M'Intyre, farmer 
34 Westlea— 

David Taylor, book-keeper 
24 Philip, Miss M. 
20 Phillips, James N., wine mer. 
18 Doig, David 

Frederick street here 

12 Ramsay, Miss, laundress 
Railway bridge here 

10 Brown, Robert B., mechanic 
... Mitchell, James, roadman 

8 Pringle, Mrs Alexander 
... Quarrier, Miss 
... Gordon, Stewart S., traveller 
... Scott, Peter L., Y.M.C.A. 
groundsman 

6 Macnaughton, Hugh, furrier's 

cutter 
... Thorns, A. B. , painter 
4 Bell, Francis, foot specialist 
... Stewart, John 
... Cruikshauk, William, foreman 

2 Murray, John, plumber 
... Key, Harry D., clerk 

ANCRUM DRIVE. 

TULLIDEPH ROAD. 

1 Thomson, William, mar. engin'r 

3 Watson, A. Mills, manufac- 

turers' agent 
5 Harper, Henry, inspector 

7 Low, James, overseer 

11 Foote, And. J., motor mechanic 

13 Harley, James, lino, operator 
15 Reid, George, baker 



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Ancrum drive — continued 
17 Wood, Robert, electrician 
19 Lowe, John, overseer 
21 M'Ewen, Allan R., draper 
25 Young, Charles, millforeman 
27 M'Kenzie, John, cycledealer 
29 Turville, Alfred, telephone 

linesman 
31 Paine, William H. , bank clerk 
33 Fox, Norman W., buyer 
35 Pattullo, L., linotype operator 
37 Mathewson, John, clerk 
39 Robertson, John, baker 
41 Todd, John, clerk 
43 Daly, Mrs Joan 
45 Bremner, W. S. C. 
47 Taylor, Mrs Annie 
49 Bain, W. K., clerk 
51 Brown, James S., representative 
53 M'Donald, Hugh, wine mercht. 
55 Jolly, William, stationer 
57 Ingram, William, gardener 
61 Henderson, Alexander, postman 
63 Braid, George, produce mercht. 
65 Marshall, James 
67 Mollison, James, teacher 
69 Swan, A. J., merchant 
71 Fairley, Misses, teachers 
73 Dorrington, Sergt. -Major John 
75 Straehan, James, clerk 
77 Robertson, David L. , foreman 
79 Ronald, Charles, waiter 
81 Tosh, Alexander, farm mangr. 
83 Coles, William, clerk 
85 Mitchell, David, traveller 
87 Melrose, Christopher, engineer 
89 Mathewson, James, engineer 
91 Stir ton, William, motordriver 
93 Glen, James, blacksmith 

97 Anderson, John, bank clerk 
99 Crighton, E. M. H., spirit mer. 

101 Kay, John, milloverseer 
103 More, William, bricklayer 
105 Low, James, enginedriver 
107 Couper, James, bank teller 
109 Foreman, Mrs Charles C. 
HI Duncan, Mrs L. 
113 Burnett, Walter S., clerk 
115 Beckingham, Edward 
117 Ahern, Michael, grocer 
119 Inglis, David, grocer 

... Leggett, Mrs 
123 Rose, Mrs Nellie 
125 Mallon, Mrs Frances 
127 Greig, Lawrence, clerk 
100 Taylor, Mrs Ellen 

98 Robertson, Mrs Alexander 

96 Wilson, George, frenchpolisher 



Arbuthnott, Geo. , enginedriver 
Soutar, William, baker 
Grant, Mrs William 
Easton, David, bootmaker 
Hill, Louis, clerk 
Rae, Mrs Nellie 
Thomson, James 0. , bank clerk 
Ellis, Alfred G., instructor 
Stiven, David, lecturer 
Smith, Miss E. C. 
Campbell, David I. , manager 
Anderson, A. A., machineman 
Bell, Mrs James 
Ferrier, H. M. , lino, operator 
Lamb, Mrs Joan 
Walker, Alex. , insurance agent 
Fairney, George 
Taylor, George, fruiterer 
Corr, Miss 

Dewar, Robert, signalman 
Gowans, Harry, grocer 
Robertson, Donald, clerk 
Lyon, Andrew, engineer 
Milne, George, baker 
Sturrock, Jas. L. , manufacturer 
Robertson, Alexander C, clerk 
Ingles, Alex., insur. inspector 
M'Millan, George, clerk 
Soutar, Robert, fruiterer 
Bain, John, cutter 
Laing, John, wine merchant 
M'Callum, John, advert, agent 
Ward, Albert J. S., engineer 
Burton, Frank, printer 
Blyth, Peter P., etcher 
White, Alexander, dyer 
Robertson, John, overseer 
Sutherland, James, constable 
Clark, George, fitter 
Caird, Mrs Thomas 
Williamson, John, draper 
Duncan, Miss 
Masson, Miss L., jeweller 
Lyall, Robert T., clerk 
Hunt, John, contractor 
Macpherson, Donald A., bank 
clerk 



ANCRUM ROAD. 

LOCHEE. 

5 Watson, William, warper 
13 Mollison, Frank, lorryman 
15 M'Mahon, M., ret. policeman 
17 S. Margaret's Episcopal Church 
19 Strathern, Rev. Robert F. 
21 Mitchell, Mrs Helen 
23 Donald, Dr William 
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25 Paterson, David L., baker 

27 Butch art, Alex., retired grocer 

29 Duncan, Mrs William, butcher 

31 Robertson, John 

33 Burns, Misses, teachers 

35 Mudie, Peter U. 
37 Lochee Bowling Green 

Gibb's lane here 

45 Ancrum Road Public School ; 

Albert Latto, headmaster ; 
Alexander Forbes, caretaker 
Peel street here 
63 Lindsay, Frank S., mechanic 
71 Lowden, Geo. T. G., confectnr. 
73 Booth, Mrs Euphemia 
75 Pitkeathly, T. G., salesman 
8 1 Stewart, Ed w. , markt. gardener 
. . . Stewart, Peter, markt. gardener 
87 Newtonmount — 

James Hunter, baker 
Park place 

1 Hill, Thomas, millmanager 

2 Junks, Mrs 

3 Lowden, Geo. T.G., confectnr 

4 Smith, Mrs 

6 Mitchell, Peter, pharmacist 

7 Cooper, Robert, outfitter 

8 Macdonald, Mrs A. 

9 Pattullo, William, grocer 
11 Andrew, Rev. Harry 

14 Stewart, W. W. 

20 Brown, Peter, blacksmith 

... Brown, J. M., housef actor 

93 Powrie, W. S. , motor engineer 

95 Millar, Miss J. S. 

GlLMOUB PLACE 

20 Martin, Mrs C. R., lie. grocer 
18 Robertson, David, clerk 
16 Stewart, Mrs Isabella 
... Stewart, Douglas, butcher 
... Stewart, Ronald, butcher 
14 Baxter, T. M., spirit merchant 
103 Wilkie, William, dairyman 
107 Comb, Robert A., joiner 
109 Gray, Alfred, postmaster 
131 M'Donald, Mrs E. S., lie. grocer 
133 Howie, Jas.B.,processengraver 
Backhill of Balgay — 
Edward Robertson, farmer 
James Mitchell, manager 
Glamis road here 
Balgay Park ; George Topen, 
gardener 

46 Lochee Park; Hugh Cameron, 

park-keeper 
38 Miine, William, saddler 

36 Maybank — 

John Morris, butcher 



34 Sturrock, Geo., retired manager 
32 Black, Mrs Rachel 

30 Butchart, Robt. , licensedgrocer 
28 Brydie, David T. , draper 

26 George, J. Kennedy 

24 Webster, David, butcher 

22 Brydie, David, draper 

20 Smith, R. B. , wine merchant 

18 Black, Richard, painter 

... Black, Richard G. , painter 

16 Mitchell, David 

14 Ancrumsyde — 

George Allan, draughtsman 

12 Campbell, George S. 
S. Margaret's School 
Tullideph road here 

2 Robertson, Robert, fish mer. 

ANDERSON'S LANE. 

LOCHEE. 

1 Stewart, David, engineer 

15 Caledonian Works; Spalding & 

Valentine, Ltd., manufactrs. 

4 Cameron, Daniel, labourer 

2 Murray, Mrs Ann 

ANN STREET. 

HILLTOWN. 

3 Tracey, Miss Helen 

5 M'Hugh, Mary, confectioner 
7 O'Brien, Mary 

9 Tray nor, Michael, stationer 
9AStewart, Robert, butcher 
11 Hay, James, furniture dealer 
HJBayne, William, & Son, joiners 

13 Scott, James, waste merchant 
... M'Hugh, Mary, confectioner 
... Millar, Mrs George B. 

15 M'Hugh, Edward, undertaker 

17 Ewen, James, home produce 

19 Caira, D., fish restaurant 

21 Meldrum, Mrs Martha, confetr. 
21iStout, Thos., Ltd., fishmerchs. 

Powrie place here 

23 Stirling, John, painter 

25 Kiddie Brothers, hairdressers 

27 Leddie, Ed wd.,jun., spirit mer. 

31 Birse, David Bell, undertaker 
33 Imlay, John, china merchant 
35 Ahern, J. & M., licensed grocers 
37 Walker, Robt., chimneysweep 
39 Barbieri Bros., fish restaurant 
41 Hughes, Annie, stationer 

43 Fairley, Mrs Peter, spiritdealer 

Forebank road here 
49 Etchels, Mrs Christina 

Bonnybank road here 
65 Latto & Ritchie, drapers 



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Ann street — continued 

67 Steel, Miss Eliz., confectioner 

69 Brown, Misses A. & T., dairy- 
keepers 

71 M'Laren, Alex., r'lway checker 

73 Small, John, butcher 

75 Reilly, Joseph, labourer 

77 Ewing, A., milliner 

81 Burgoyne, James R., painter 

85 Brown, E. & M., stationers 

87 Imlay, John, china merchant 

... Japp, Hugh F.,shipyardwrkr 

... Guthrie, Mrs 

89 Gorrie, Walter, spirit mercht, 
Nelson street here 
Wellington street here 

97 Ballingall & Mackenzie, f ruit'rs 

99 Mitchell, J. Doig, chemist 
101 Scott, Miss Jessie, stationer 
103 Ingram, J. R., baker 
105 Fearns, Robert, grocer 
107 Slaven, James 

... Cox, Charles, grocer 
109 Smillie, Miss Margt., confect'r 
113 Patterson, W.,& Sons, bootmks. 
115 D'deePasteurisedMilkCo.,Ld. 
117 Sidey, James S., joiner 

... Farquharson, James, mason 
119 Watt, Robert R., draper 
121 Wilson, James P., butcher 
123 Leuchars, David, spirit mercht. 

Ellen street here 
127 Watt, Robert R., draper 
129 Webb, R. S., fishmonger 
131 Mullaney, Joseph, tenter 
137 Eastern Co-operative Soc. , Ltd. 
139 Lackie, James T., newsagent 
141 Wishart, Mrs Elizabeth 

... Cook, David, coaldealer 

... Shields, James, carter 

... Mack, James, baker 
143 Soave, J., confectioner 
145 Douglas, Miss A. M. , hairdresser 
147 Mackenzie, Joseph, resta'rateur 
147JBernard, James, hairdresser 

... Smith, James, newsagent 
149 Scott, James C. H., spirit mer. 

William street here 
151 Keay, Mrs M. A., fruiterer 
159 Herron, William, bootmaker 
161 Purvey, Charles 
163 Ann Street Public School 
William H. Reid, headmaster 
182 Taylor, Miss Helen, dairykpr. 
180 Lawson, W. M'Culloch, dentist 
172 Cook, Alexander, coal mercht. 
170 Rodger, Charles, cutler 
168 Glendon,MissJeannie,fruiterer 



166 Liddle, James 

... Keay, Margaret A. R. 
162 Thomson, William, tobacconist 
160 Smith, James A., grocer 
158 Herron, William, bootmaker 
156 Anderson, Miss A., confection'r 
154 Crockatt, George, hairdresser 
152 Mitchell, David, baker 
150 Young, Charles, chemist 
North William street here 
North Ellen street here 
120 Johnston's Stores, grocers 
118 Eobertson, James, foreman 

... Crear, Alexander, grocer 
116 Robertson, David N., baker 
114 Winton, J. & R., drapers 
112 Ogilvie, Alexander, butcher 
110 M'Culloch, Mrs M., dairykpr. 
106 Mortali, T., restaurateur 
102 Millar, Mrs Catherine, newsagt. 
100 Jack, William, butcher 
98 Reid, James C, hairdresser 
96 Scott, George F., confectioner 

Noj'th Wellington street here 
94 Wellington Works ; R. G. Ken- 
nedy & Co. , manufacturers 
Jamaica street here 
90 Beat, Mrs Robert, fishmerchant 
88 Taylor, Miss M., ironmonger 
82 Langlands, Robert, baker 

Carnegie street here 
SOAGilruth, Jas. , & Son, dairykprs. 
78ALownie, William, bookbinder 
78 Young, Charles, baker 
76 Devlin, Edward, bootmaker 
74 Barbieri, Dante, restaurateur 
72 Barbieri Bros. , fish restaurant 
70 Dewar, Alfred E. , grocer 
66 Fallan, Mrs A., fruiterer 
64 Bell, Margaret, confectioner 
62 Stewart, J. D., millfurnisher 
... Thomson, Miss Susan 
. . . Johnstone, T. , tram conductor 
60 Whyte, Robert W., plumber 
58 Anderson, Miss Jean, hairdresr. 
56 Anderson, J. S., baker 
54 Eobertson, Wm., spirit merch. 

Elizabeth street here 
52 Wood, George, & Son, drapers 
50 Wallace, Frederick, newsagent 
48 David, William, watchmaker 
46 Young, Charles, druggist 
44 Wallace, James 
... Low, Mrs 

... Allan, William, furrier 
42 Reid, Hector, jun., butcher 
40 Williamson, Walter, confectnr. 
38 Burgoyne, James R., painter 



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38 Brown, W. C, weaving foreman 
... Montgomery, Mrs William 
36 Wallace, J. M., & Sons, bakers 
34 Milligan,MissM., blouse spclst. 
32 Wishart, W. , grocer 
... Crichton, Miss 
30 Berry, Charles L., dairy keeper 
28 Hutchison, William, grocer 
26 Mortali, T., confectioner 

James street here 
24£Rough & Fraser, bakers 
24 Stuart, William G, butcher 
22 Boyd, Alexander, confectioner 
20 Chalmers, Leonard S., draper 
16 Thomson, Colin C, grocer 
14 Scott, Esther W., general dlr, 
12 Suttie, Sam., temperance bar 
6 Reid, Mrs Alexander 
2 Ireland, Mrs Eliz. , caretaker 



ANNFIELD ROAD. 

HAWKHILL. 

3 M'Farlane, Mrs, confectioner 
5 Gouick, David H., shoemaker 
43 Gordon, Edward, fireman 
45 Bell, Mrs Annie 
... Alexander, William, stoker 
... Gow, Miss J. 
... Donaldson, Mrs 
... Rae, Donald, baker 
47 Cathcart, George, vanman 
... Duncanson, John,wareh'seman 
... Fitzpatrick, Pat., paper-roller 
49 Burness, William, mechanic 
... Soutar, James, irondresser 

Martyrs Church 
55 Evans, Owen, church-officer 
106 Millar, George 
... Christie, And.,harb'r gateman 
... Robertson, Charles, tenter 
104 Stuart, Miss Helen, newsagent 
102 Hetherington, Alex., hairdrsr 
100 Wilson, John, traveller 
... Hill, George, labourer 
... Fitzpatrick, Thos., spiritdealer 
98 Winter, Miss Mary 
96 Norrie, Alexander, stationer 
94 Forrester, Misses, drapers 

A nnfiekl street here 
90 Hendry & Scott, painters 
88 M'Kay. William, machineman 
... Mudie, Frank, ealenderworker 
... Raitt, Robert 
86 Handy, Joseph, signalman 
... Tough, William, ironturner 
... Harley, Henry W. , joiner 
... Magill, Thomas, agent 



84 Mill, John, jun., fish merchant 

A nn field row here 
82 Mather, Miss M., spiritdealer 
78 Fawns, David, jun. , hairdresser 
66 Ashton Works Welfare Club 
52 Marr, David, labourer 
46 Millar, Mrs Thos. , restaurateur 
44 Duncan, Mrs Esther 
42 Petrie, James, labourer 
... Henry, Mrs G. 
... Graham, William 
40 Duncan, George, & Son, builders 
28 Baltic Works ; Hardie & Smith, 

Ltd., manufacturers 
22 Guild, James, hammerman 
... Wanless, George, baker 
16 Sydie, Andrew, labourer 
... Morrison, John, labourer 
12 Beattie, Jas. , wardrobe dealer 
2 Cosgrove, James, jun., coal mer. 
... Cosgrove, Thos., motor enginr. 



ANNFIELD ROW. 

ANNFIELD ROAD. 

1 M'Fee, Stewart, grocer 
3 Huggins, Robert, baker 

... M' Walter, David, weigher 

... Kirk, John, chauffeur 

5 Anderson, And., storekeeper 
... Duncan, Harry, painter 

7 Williamson, Thomas C. D., 

yarndresser 
... Kirk, George, guard 

9 Baird, David, millworker 
11 Heffel, Osborne, seaman 
... Thomson, Mrs M. 
... M'Donald, Archibald 
13 Greig, Alexander, painter 

15 Duff, Andrew P., lampman 

17 Forbes, Thos., ealenderworker 

21 Johnstone, Mrs Catherine 
44 Duguid, Mrs Annabella 

34 Christie, William, postman 

28 Hay, L. S. 

26 White, Alexander, barman 

22 Payne, H. , labourer 

... Gourlay, George W., labourer 

... Bruce, John, salesman 

20 Anderson, Albert, barman 

16 Moyes, Mrs Alexander 

... Cumming, Charles, seaman 

... Robertson, Mrs M. 

10 Savage, Ernest, painter 

6 Donaldson, James, waiter 
... Young, Peter, fireman 

... Pirie, Robert., ironturner 

2 Halkett, Wallace, tenter 



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Annfleld row — continued 

2 Neill, John, coal salesman 
... M'Cabe, Peter, machineman 
... Cunningham, Peter 

ANNFIELD STREET. 

ANNFIELD ROAD. 

1 Dunn, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Brown, William, millworker 
... Hodge, Frederick, plasterer 
... lzzard, Thomas W., anatomy 

attendant 
... Reid, William, coachtrimmer 
... Goodman, Mrs James 

3 Goodman, Pat., jute preparer 
5 Banks, Dr Ernest 

Blackness street here 

7 Leslie, Miss Isabella, home 

produce 
9 Anderson, F. M., coal mer- 
chant 

11 Leith, S. J., motor engineer 

13 Keddie, David, baker 

15 Nicoll, Miss Davina, newsagt. 

17 Thomson, B., shoemaker 

19 Weir, James, barman 

... Reid, Lawrence, gardener 

20 Pennie, Miss Agnes 

... Arthurson, W., secretary 

18 St Peter's Mission Hall 

16 Mill, Mrs John 

... Alexander, James, joiner 

14 Tennant, Mrs 

12 Mill, John, jun. , fish merchant 
... Duff, Mrs J. 

10 Isbister, Mrs 

... Burry, William, yarndresser 

8 Middleton, John, calenderwkr. 
... Smith, Charles, calenderwork'r 
... Gracie, Andrew, fruiterer 

4 Nicoll, Mrs Mary 

... Leckie, George, motordriver 

ANSTRUTHER ROAD. 

PITKERRO ROAD. 

1 Fraser, Gilbert 

ARBROATH ROAD. 

1 Tindall, John, grocer 
3 Lawson, Alf. M., dentist 
... Stewart, Mrs A. 
... M'Naughton, Thomas, skipper 
... Gibb, George, fruiterer 

5 Latto, L. , confectioner 

7 Hunter, Miss Mary, fruiterer 

9 Carruthers, William G. , hair- 

dresser 

13 Smith, Robert, plater 



13 Stephen, Alexander, salesman 

... Keay, Mrs Lilias 

... Scott, Adam S., contractor 

... Crerar, John, stower 

15 Young, Peter, furniture dealer 

Robertson street here 
25 Bayne, Robert, cycle agent 
35 Braid, John, calenderworker 
37 Yule, David, hammerman 
... Wilson, Alfred, upholsterer 
... Wilson, William, stationer 
41 Cargill, James, confectioner 
43 Malone, Thomas, bootmaker 
45 Ward Road Baptist Church 
Mission Hall 

LUybank road here 
49 Morrison, Wm., confectioner 
51 Cargill, James, confectioner 
53 Proctor, John, dresser 
55 Hindmarch, Mrs W. L. 
57 Hunter, David, caulker 
59 Todd, David, coaldealer 
61 Ferguson, William, painter 
65 Forrester, Scott, mechanic 
67 Bowman, William, engineer 
73 Wilkie, Alexander, labourer 
75 M'Allister, John, painter 
77 Mackay, Mary, fruiterer 
79 Imrie, Peter, motorman 
... Fox, Peter, lorryman 
... Clark, Alfred 
... Brache, Richard, joiner 
... Blair, David, storekeeper 
... Norrie, Farquharson, jute 

preparer 
79ALilburn, John A. , shoemaker 
81 Wilson, D. L., butcher 
85 Kidd, Andrew G., Ltd., bakers 

Baffin street here 
87 Ross, Kinnear, spirit merchant 
87a Anderson, John, chemist 
89 Leitch, Alexander, millworker 
... Patterson, John, ironturner 
... Jago, E. B., baker 
... Fearns, R. , grocer 
... Fearns, Miss Marjorie, grocer 
... Roy, Miss M. , draper 
... Roy, William, warehouseman 
91 Nunn, George, leathernnisher 
... Nunn, George, jun., manager 
... Anderson, Thomas, compositor 
... Craig, David, stevedore 
... Stewart, John D. 
93 M'Gregor, Mrs 
... Keillor, William S., dyer 
... Bennet, Mrs W. M. 
... Smith, David R. 
... Taylor, John, shipsteward 



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93 Strachan, Mrs A. 

... Smith, William, shipplater 

... M'Kenzie, Edward, inspector 

95 Anderson, Misses 

... Coates, William B., salesman 

97 Watson, Thomas, timekeeper 

... Smith, David, engineer 

... Soutar, David 

... Soutar, Miss Elizabeth 

... M'Cartney, Miss Jessie, tchr. 

... Baird, Mrs Mary 

... Stewart, Mrs W. W., confectr 

. . . Turner, Mrs Joan 

... Soutar, Alexander, newsagent 

Eden street here 
99 Paterson, Miss M., house prop 
rietrix 
Kydd, Alex. D. G., engineer 
Tasker, Alex., spirit merchant 
Ramsay, Archibald, engineman 
Scott, George, clerk 
Crabbe, Joseph C, clerk 
Cameron, A. S., compositor 
Haggart, Miss 
101 Young, Frank, coal merchant 
103 M'Glashan, Mrs 

MacKenzie, David, traveller 
Blair, Mrs Christina 
Doig, John S., printer 
Wilkie, Alfred, joiner 
Gonnella, Frank, compositor 
Gonnella, Mrs Isabella, draper 
Chrystal, James B., pianotuner 
Morrison, William, newsagent 
Sprifighill here 
105 Cuthbert, David, grocer 
107 Ingram, Joseph R., baker 
109 Rattray, Miss 
.., M'Culloch, C. S., clerk 
... Low, David M., clerk 
... Pope, Miss C. M. 
... Mackay, R. D., journalist 
. . . Gorrie, Miss Jane, teacher 
... Boyd, James G., manager 
... Craig, Miss 
111 Stewart, John A., manager 
... Young, D. H., marine engineer 
... Robb, William, overseer 
... Donaldson, Miss J. H. 
... Smith, William C. 
... Sword, Charles 
... Watson, David, manager 
... Mitchell, Miss 
113 Williamson, D. S., musician 
... Munro, Mrs Jane 
... Langlands, Miss Jessie 
... Dick, David, secretary 
... Adam, James, mechanic 



113 Langlands, David, clerk 
... Black, James, draper 
Thombank street here 
121 Arbroath Road Petrol Station 
123 Thombank Putting Green 
... Blackley, Charles, confectioner 
Dalkeith road here 
141 Baird, Colin 
143 M'Kendrick, Miss Nellie 
145 Sim, Robert, saddler 
1 47 Thompson , William S. , director 
149 Duthie, Mrs Agnes E., spirit- 
dealer 
151 Phillip, George, mason 
153 M'Inroy, Duncan, wareh'seman 
155 Pennycook, Wm.,cinemapropr. 
157 M'Leod, Alexander, engineer 

Kenilworth avenue here 
167 Coan, Michael, sculptor 
169 Mayfield Hostel (Teachers' 
Training College) ; Miss 
Malloch, warden ; Alexander 
Davidson, head gardener 
215 Robertson & Moncur, sculptors 
Dalgleish road here 
East Haddon road here 
Graigie avenue here 
221 Graham, Chas.,insur. inspector 
223 Duncan, Andrew, engineer 
225 Crighton, Alexander, plumber 
227 Spalding, Alexander, foreman 
229 Parkins, John, engineer 
231 Forrest, Andrew, engineer 
233 Lowson, Alexander, postman 
235 Fraser, Thomas S., enginedriver 
237 Mitchell, James, clerk 
239 Martin, Mrs R. L. 
241 Young, James, engineer 
243 Patterson, Henry, cinema oper. 
245 Logan, Alexander, boilermaker 
247 Malone, Robert, mason 
249 Stratton, David, clerk 
251 Ritchie, Alfred B. , electrician 
253 Gordon, Mrs Jeanie 
255 M'Cluskey, John, violinist 
257 Waddell, William, clerk 
259 Grieve, David, clerk 
261 M'Pherson, John, overseer 
263 Martin, John, caulker 
265 Cardno, Wm. J., compositor 
267 M'Gowan, Edward, insur.inspr. 
269 O'Neil. William, riveter 
271 Leighton, Mrs Alison 

... Thomson, Talbert 
273 Ross, John, traveller 
275 Marrs, David B., civil engineer 
277 Melville, Chas., harbour porter 
279 M 'Bride, Ed. C, sorting clerk 



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Arbroath road — continued 
281 Watt, William 0., plater 
283 Bryson, Thomas, baker 
285 Gow, Mrs Annie 
287 Spark, David, blacksmith 
289 Hunter, David C, engineer 

Noran avenue here 

Gannochie terrace here 

Balgavies avenue here 
293 Mackenzie, John, customs 

officer 
295 Adamson, George, joiner 
297 Clark, George, shipwright 
299 Taylor, Miss Grace 
301 Anderson, Miss Annie 
303 Patterson, William B. , mason 
305 Mitchell, Miss M. W., shop 
assistant 
... Smart, Miss I., shop assistant 
307 Laird, Mrs G. 
309 Proudfoot, John, clerk 
311 Hill, George, tailor 
313 Scott, Miss 

315 Fleming, Thomas, plasterer 
317 Petrie, George 
319 Fergusson, James D., clerk 
321 Henderson, James F.,dockgate 

man 
323 Gloak, C. W., foreman 
325 Hall, William, painter 
327 Dewar, James, printer 
329 Bonnyman, William, traveller 
331 Lawrence, Robert, gasworker 
333 Duff, William, postman 
335 Patterson, Alex., inspector 
337 Nicholson, A. J., insur. agent 
339 Mitchell, James, plumber 
341 Duncan, Robert, buyer 
343 Brand, John, clerk 
345 Farningham, A., draughtsman 
347 Mason, James, traveller 

Greendykes road here 

Strips of Uraigie road here 

Public Steelyard 

Craigie Home Farm— F. M. & 
G. Batchelor, farmers 
399 North Craigie lodge — 

David Howie, ploughman 

Baluniefield — 
Fergus M. Baxter, merchant 

Wayside — 
Robert Duff, merchant 

Brunetta — 
James M. Brown, architect 

Fair garth — 
W. B. D. Keith, architect 

Wynhurst — 
Miss Joan Kirkcaldy, jeweller 



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Kildarja — 

John T. Millar, hatter 
Gotterstone farm — 

F. M. & G. Batchelor 

Miss Mary Turner 
Dunglass — 

Benjamin Batchelor, farmer 

Mrs James Stevenson 
Electricity sub-station 
Dignan, Allan, cattleman 
Collier, George, ploughman 
Munro, Alexander A., agent 
Ferguson, Wm. F., secretary 
Doig, John, inspector 
Keith, James, wine merchant 
Smith, Robert B., traveller 
Leslie, Clement M., clerk 
Paul, David, grieve 
Bennet, Thomas, chauffeur 
Brierley, William & Hartley, 

dairymen 
Fairley, Mrs John 
Milton of Craigie road here 
King sway , East, here 
East Kingsway Petrol Station ; 

Richard Hutchison, proprietor 
Greendykes — 

W. & A. M'Lean, farmers 

Mrs Wm. M'Lean 

Alex. M'Lean, chart, account. 
Eastern Necropolis ; William 

Shepherd, keeper 
Old Craigie road here. 
Crerar, Daniel, pianotuner 
Robb, Joseph, cashier 
Menzies, John G. , wareh'seman 
Menzies, William, wareh'seman 
Gilmore, Rev. Thomas F. 
High Schl. Recreation Grounds 
Bedson, Geo. D., Council officer 
Stewart, Frank H. 
Robson street here 
Foggie, Mrs William 
Reynolds, Mrs Isabella 
Kidd, Thomas A., clerk 
M'Intosh, William, spirit mer. 
Dalkeith road here. 
Watt, Alex. , sen. , photographer 
Watt, R. M., photographer 
Baxter Park ; Allan P. Laird, 

gardener 
Baxter Park Church 
Baxter Park terrace here 
Taybank Works ; Scottish Co- 
operative Wholesale Society, 
Ltd., spinners & manufctrs. 
Morgan street here 
Robertson, Mrs Jas., confectr. 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



179 



Kembach street here 
40 Stephen, David M., painter 
38 Robb, James, & Sons, butchers 
32 Cadenhead, Mrs JeanDie, con 
fectioner 

30 Kinmond, Mrs, dairy produce 

28 Webster, John, shipwright 
... M'Dougall, Mrs W. 

... Addison, William, joiner 

26 Thomson, Andrew, shoemaker 

24 M'Leary, Robert, fruiterer 

22 Kelly, Jas., furniture dealer 

20 Kelly, Miss M. , stationer 

18 Blair, Miss B. 

... Williamson, Alex., traveller 

16 Bruce, Harry, china merchant 

12 M'Intosh, Da vidH., bootmaker 

10 Robb, James, confectioner 

8 Tait, Mrs John 

... Forbes, William, blacksmith 
... Martin, George, stower 
... Dargie, N. J. H., collector 

6 Barron, James R., dairykeeper 

4 Gavine, James R., draper 

2 Smith, Mrs John 
... Smith, Thomas 

... M'Kenzie, Robert, sailmaker 

ARCHER STREET. 

BROTJGHTY FERRY. 

3 Nicoll, Mrs I. 

5 Lamond, Mrs 
... Ellis, Frank L. 

7 Reid, Miss C. J. 

9 M'Mann, Norman, teller 

11 Orrock, James H., policeman 

13 Adamson, Miss 

15 Lumsden, John, shipsteward 

17 Bruce, M. A., surveyor 

19 Keay, Izat, dairyman 

21 Stepto, Thomas, brushmaker 

23 Matheson, Alex. R. , grocer 

25 Campbell, James C, gardener 

27 Lowe, Charles, policeman 

29 M'Donald, William H. 

... Grant, William J., chemist 

31 Hutton, Frank, salesman 
40 Cruickshanks, Alfred, clerk 
38 Lumsden, Charles M., clerk 
36 Ferguson, David T. , bank clerk 
34 Lindsay, James, instructor 

32 Knight, Mrs Jessie 

30 Mitchell, Jas. A. B., salesman 

28 Duncan, Mrs Marv Ann 

26 Gordon, Mrs D. H. 

24 Whitton, John G. , traveller 

22 Gardiner, George, grocer 

20 Murray, James, traveller 



18 Steele, Charles, traveller 

16 Low, John A., marine engineer 

14 Methven, Thomas, gardener 
12 Nicoll, John C, joiner 

10 Elder, John, chauffeur 

8 Anderson, Joseph T. C, slater 

6 Scott, Fred. D. , manager 

4 Steel, John, detective 

2 Stephen, Johnston, telegraphist 

ARGYLE STREET. 

MARYFIELD. 

1 Lawson, Kenneth I. 
Duff street here 

3 Gow, Mrs Janet K. 

5 Lamond, Walter 

7 Duffin, Robert A., manager 

9 Nicoll, James, licensed grocer 

15 Duncraggan — George Thomson 

17 Kidd, John W., builder 

19 Abercraigie — MrsA.B.Crichton 
36 Ferguson, Wm. M. , vet. surgeon 
34 Alexander, Rev. Hugh 

32 Kerr, James S., bootmaker 
30 Leslie, James G. , millmanager 
28 Halliday, Rev. John M. 
26 Battray, Charles F. , cashier 
24 Arthur, John, millmanager 
22 Allan, Thos., chart, accountant 

20 Fyfe, Mrs W. G., spirit merch. 

18 Smith, Mrs Wm. C. 

16 Norfor, Rev. R. Christopher 
14 Neill, Misses 

12 Thomson, John B., city collec- 

torand L.T.O. 
10 West wood, Mrs M. I. 

8 Robb, Mrs Wilhelmina 

6 Millar, Mrs Thomas M. 

4 Carr, James, merchant 
2aRoss, James, printer 

2 Mather, Ernest N. , spirit mer. 

ARKLA.Y PLACE. 

ARKLAY TERRACE. 

1 M'Pherson, Mrs Mary 

... Keith, Addison, chauffeur 

... Boyack, Alexander, gas insptr. 

... Mudie, William, grocer 

... Cobban, Wm., railway guard 

2 Keay, Wm., police constable 
... Boyack, Alex. M., traveller 
... M'Innes. Thos., motorman 
... Shaw, Henry, salesman 

... Norrie, Robert C. , joiner 

3 DaTgetty, Andw. , brassfinisher 
... Duff, Martin, busdriver 

... Durward, John C. , drumtester 
... Whyte, Archibald, tailor 



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Arklay place— continued 

3 Hancock, William, salesman 

4 Forbes, Charles, manager 
... Glennie, James, blacksmith 
... Brown, Ernest, traveller 

... Kinnear, David, engineer 

. . . Cuthbert, Benj . , ticket collector 

... Lindsay, Alexander, mechanic 

5 Gibb, E. D., motor engineer 
... Shepherd, Herbert, fisherman 
... Ramsay, Mrs Jemima 

... Robertson, George, clerk 

... Carr, Mrs 

... Kidney, Thomas, turner 

6 Anderson, Robert, butcher 
... Millan, James, traveller 

... Currie, Alex., ticket collector 
. . . Wallace, Lorenzo, milk salesman 
... Moncur, Stewart, clerk 
... Moir, Mrs James 

ARKLAY STREET. 

CLEPINGTON. 

Albert Mill; William Cleghorn, 

Ltd., jutespinuers 
Tannadice street here 
1 M'Rae, Mrs 
3 Winton, David, tinsmith 
... Eldrick, Thomas, motordriver 
... Reid, Alexander, mechanic 
5 Lamont, Charles 
... Suttie, Richard, calenderwrkr 
... Sherriff, David, chauffeur 

7 Kerr, Mrs 

... Thomson, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Matthew, Lancelot, engineer 
... Livie, B. J., salesman 
9 Adam, James, joiner 
... Adam, Miss 
... Grant, William, grocer 
... MacDonald, William, mechanic 
... Guy, Robert L. , chairmaker 
11 Cuthill, James, bleacher 
... Cuthill, Alexander, butcher 
... Smith, James, sheet metal wrkr. 
... Davie, James, postman 
13 Kermath, John, warper 
... M'Leod, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Carr, John, dispatcher 
... Davidson, John, painter 
15 Bathie, David, labourer 
... Addison, Mrs 

Strathmore street here 
17 Robertson, Mrs D. , grocer 

Sandeman street here , 
19 Beat, Frank, slater 
... Robertson, Harry, baker 
... Mollison, James, salesman 



19 Edmonds, Mrs Helen 

... Middleton, Robert, bootmaker 

... Tait, A. G., compositor 

21 Shand, Alex., butcher 

... Gray, Miss Jean, clerkess 

... Henderson, Francis Y., radio 

engineer 
... Doig, Richard, salesman 
23 Beveridge, William, manager 
... Murray, Mrs Lizzie 
. . . Urquhart, John, monotype opr. 
... Veitch, N. , sen., watchman 
25 Milligan, Miss Mary 
... Hunter, William, baker 

Arklay terrace here 
27 Balfour, George, dyer 
... Nicoll, Ralph, joiner 
... Howe, James, mechanic 
... Leighton, William, joiner 
29 Cramb, Jas. C. , bus conductor 
... Taylor, John, gardener 
... Robertson, George, grocer 
... Christie, William, butcher 
31 Low, Robt. M., insurance agt. 
... Gordon, William F. , fireman 
... Whyte, Duncan, tenter 
33 Robertson, Alex., sheet metal 

worker 
... Greig, James C, busdriver 
... Mitchell, Andrew, blacksmith 
... Veitch, Nathan, patternmaker 

118 Murray, Thos., Sub-Post Office 

116 Boyd, James, baker 
... Smith, John, clerk of works 
... Campbell, Robina, confectioner 
... Christie, James T., joiner 
... Bell, William, chauffeur 

114 Niven, Robert M., engineer 
... Ure, Mrs George L. 
... Bone, Mrs James 
... Steedman, James, tenter 
... M'Kellican, Mrs C. 
76 Miller, James, grocer 
... Robertson, Wm., motor engr. 
... Smith, Oliver, moulder 
... Small, Thomas, painter 
. . . Tavendale, Johnston D. , elect'n 
74 M'Cullie, Mrs Jane 
... Mair, William, wood machinist 
72 Imrie, Adam, foreman 
... M'Mahon, John, overseer 
... M'Mahon, David, ironmonger 
. . . Duncan, Christina W. , milliner 
... Grimmond, Morrison M. news- 
agent 
... Fraser, Alexander, constable 
... Bonar, Peter, newsagent 
... Mahoney, Robert, dairyman 



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Sandeman street here 
St James' Church 
Tannadice street here 
Fairbaim street here 

4 Speed, John W., patternmaker 
... Todd, David K., electrician 

... Potts, Alexander, plasterer 
... Smith, Walter, machineman 
... Stirton, John, woodmoulder 
. . . Robertson, Alexander, painter 

2 Withers, Alexander, traveller 
... Isard, Albert, musician 

... Sydie, Peter, shipwright 
... Christie, George, hairdresser 
... Dodds, James, fireman 

ARKLAY TERRACE. 

ARKLAY STREET. 

1 Williamson, David, newsagent 
... Ramsay, Joseph, lodgekeeper 
... Millar, Mungo, enginefitter 
... White, James, ironmoulder 
... Chalmers, Andrew, engineer 
... Young, Miss Ella, clerkess 
... Boyd, Alexander, fruiterer 

3 Lawrence, David, meterfitter 
... Johnston, C. , grocer 

. . . Scott, Mrs Elizabeth 

... Morton, Walter, chauffeur 

... Robb, Mrs Margaret 

5 Taylor, Miss M., dairykeeper 
... Proudfoot, James, tenter 

... Pattullo, James, jun., painter 
... Finnan, Alexander, ironturner 
... Wilkie, John, confectioner 
. . . Miller, Mrs Euphemia 

7 Mann, Mrs Isobel, hairdresser 
... M'Intosh, Hendry, porter 
... Williamson, George, watchman 
... Grandison,S.D.,irenchpolisher 
. . . Scott, Miss Margaret 
... Goghlan, Mrs Annie 

9 Whitton, Arthur, wareh'seman 
... M'Kenzie, John, sawyer 
... Reid, George W., machineman 
... Birnie, Alexander, manager 
... Spence, John, brassmoulder 
Wood, Alex., dockgateman 
11 Balsillie, George J., clerk 
... Renwick, John, postman 
... Dalgetty, David, commis. agent 
... Brown, Robert, grocer 
13 Millar, William P., baker 
... Deuchars,WilliamL. , salesman 
... Pattie, George L., enginedriver 
... Cunningham, Mrs Ann 
15 Smith, Robert, insurance agent 
... Low, George, labourer 



15 Kinnaird, J. C, manager 
... Stewart, James, manager 
... Wilkinson, Samuel, enquiryagt. 
... Wallace, Henry, machineman 
17 Kinnear, Peter M., jun., motor 

engineer 
... M'Leod, John, ironturner 
... Adams, James 
... Mollison, Robert, tenter 
... Ogg, Alexander, clerk 
... Ireland, Charles, seaman 
19 Grant, Henry, mechanic 
... Hutchison, Kobert, dispatcher 
... Soutar, John, teleph. linesman 
... M'Kay, George, engineer 
... Gillespie, David, fireman 
North Court street here 
14 High, David, foreman 
... Smith, John, riveter 
... Donaldson, James, way-leave 

officer 
... Hutcheson, Lawrence, grocer 
... Henderson, Mrs Elizabeth 
12 Taylor, John A., engineer 

.. Coupar, Wm., insurance agent 
... Carrie, John, joiner 
... Campbell, David, cabinetmkr. 
... Munro, George, storekeeper 
10 Myles, Alex. , car conductor 
... Milne, David, joiner 
... Kenneth, John, secretary 

8 Robertson, Alex. S. , blacksmith 
... Moon, George, foreman 
... Stewart, Peter, clerk 

6 Martin, James E., postman 
... Reynolds, Bernard, overseer 
... Bickerton, Robt. , stereotyper 
... M'Cabe, Alexander, waiter 
ArMay place here 

4 Stirton, John, settdresser 
... Moir, Alexander, labourer 
... Crabbe, David, ironmoulder 
... Cadenhead, Mrs Jessie 
... M'Kenzie, John, messenger 

2 Watson, William, gravedigger 
... M'Intosh, George, guard 
... Fawns, Alexander, hairdresser 
... Batchelor, James, traveller 



ARTHUR STREET. 

DALLFIELD WALK. 

1 Croal, James F., grocer 
15 Wilson, Mrs Jennie, newsagt. 

Rose street here 
23 M 'Lagan, Thomas, gasfitter 
. . . Campbell, Robt. G. , brassfmshr. 
. . . Barclay, William, enginedriver 



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Arthur street — -continued 

23 Adamson, James, twinepolisher 
Hedge road 

Thomson, Mrs A. 

24 Culross, William, bottler 
16 Speed, Charles, confectioner 
12 Christison, David, storekeeper 
10 Farquhar, William, plasterer 

6 Benedetti, Giulio, restaurateur 

4 Duncan, William, painter 

ARTHURSTONE TERRACE. 

ALBERT STREET. 

1 Coupar, David 
... Carstairs, David B. 
... Stratton, John, traveller 
... Rae, Robert, park ranger 

3 St Patrick's R.C. Church 
Maitland street here 

5 Branch Library&Reading Room 
Broadway Theatre 

Erskine street here 

Brown Constable street here 

Malcolm, Ogilvie, & Co., Ltd. 
manufacturers 
46 Allan, James, shipwright 
... Yule, Alexander, engineer 
... Young, John, engineman 
. . . Alexander, Chas. , calenderwkr 
... Sievwright, David, fitter 
... Butchart, David, grocer 
... Keith, Douglas, watchmaker 
... Hutton, James, dockmaster 
44 Lees, James, overseer 
... Forbes, Andrew, motordriver 
... Lalng, Mrs Mary 
... M'Kinnon, Thomas, butcher 
... Sampson, John, warehouseman 
... Milne, Geo. D.,teleph. linesman 

Brown Constable street here 

Royal Picture House ; Edward 
& Fraser, proprietors 

Erskine street here 

Graham, Wm., billiard saloon 
18 Abbot, W, mechanic 
... Bowman, Charles R. 
... Gillies, Norman 
... Bruce, David, motorhirer 
... Robertson, Alex. C.,coal mer. 
... Anderson, Jas. T., blacksmith 
... Gordon, Christina, fruiterer 
16 Dobbie, W., furniture salesman 
... Tait, John, commissionaire 
... Duncan, William, ironturner 
... Baxter, James B. , compositor 
... Shearer, Charles, engineer 
... Millar, William C, salesman 
... Rye, George, butcher 



14 



12 



10 



Anderson, Mrs Andrew 
Robertson, John, stevedore 
Anderson, James, plumber 
Russell, Mrs Mary 
Clark, James, clerk 
Philip, Thomas, coppersmith 
Constable, Miss Mary 
Stark, David, harbour porter 
Kirkaldy, Mrs Isabella 
Lumgair , Jas. , golf wood worker 
Buchanan, Donald, assistant 

manager 
Durie, Mrs J. P. 
Stewart, George, joiner 
Allan, William, butcher 
Jolly, Alexander, traveller 
Steele, Alexander, stevedore 
Christie, James 
Lawson, George 
Thomson, Peter, cardriver 
Brown, Miss Alice, fruiterer 
Brown, James, cabinetmaker 
Sloggie, James, overseer 
Edwards, David D. 
Devlin, Mrs 

Fairweather, Adam, hairdresser 
Hon ey man, JohnF. , compositor 
Marnie, Alexander, butcher 
Donaldson, Wm., hairdresser 
Leighton, Mrs Mary 
Murray, Alex., confectioner 
Marnie, Alexander, butcher 



ASH STREET. 

LOCHEE ROAD. 

6 Park and Pleasance Brewery ; 

Ballingall & Son, Ld., brewers 

ASHBANK ROAD. 

BLACKNESS ROAD. 

] Harvey,Frank,teleph.linesman 
3 Conacner, Fred., dental surgeon 
5 Cunningham, Keith, hairdresser 

7 Gibb, Thomas, foreman builder 
9 Thomson, Mrs Joan 

11 Stuart, Charles F., clerk 

13 O'Hara, Daniel, engineer 

15 Leith, S. J., motor engineer 

17 Morrison, Walter, painter 

19 Douglas, Joseph H., P.O. clerk 

21 Botterill, George A., clerk 

23 Reilly, George, ladies' and 

gent.'s wardrobe 
25 Robertson, Mrs E. L., teacher 
27 Neish, A. G., draper 
31 Moncrieff, James, teacher 
33 Styles, John R., spirit mercht. 
35 Crowe, Wm. O, spirit mercht. 



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37 Smeaton, Miss, teacher 

39 Davidson, Wm., art master 
Logie avenue here 

41 Robertson, David, insur. agent 
43 Salmon, William, baker 

45 Thomson, James, watchmaker 

47 Forbes, John, chauffeur 

49 Cathcart, Douglas, baker 

51 Esplin, Eobert, tailor 

53 Cowie, Edwin, postman 

55 Mitchell, James D., clerk 

57 Aitken, James, ironmonger 

59 Cameron, Mrs 

61 Truesdale, David, steward 

63 Elder, John 

64 Campbell, Wm., motor engineer 

62 Stevens, C. G., wine merchant 

60 Nicoll, Miss C. 

58 Bell, Miss E. T. 

56 Halkerston, Jas. M. , compositor 

54 Heatlie, Miss E. 

52 Young, Wm. E. , tailor's cutter 

50 Elder, Miss Jane, teacher 

48 Hughes, James, newsagent 

46 Birrell, Miss Mary F., draper 

42 Low, David, carpenter 
Logie avenue here 

40 M'Donald, Hugh, spirit merch. 

38 Prophet, John D., painter 
36 Moyes, Peter, butcher 

34 Morrison, James 

32 Stewart, James R., jute clerk 

30 Mitchell, George, taxihirer 

28 Whitfield, Henry H., clothier 

26 Dibbs, Mrs Ann 

24 Cameron, Hugh, shipmaster 

22 Baird, John P., pilot 

20 Currie, W. W., manager 

18 Esplin, Charles, housepainter 

16 Borthwick, Miss, superintdnt. 

14 Saunders. Robert 

10 Robertson, Ernest S., aerated 

water manufacturer 
8 Allardyce, Edward D. , surgical 

instrument maker 
6 Smith, Charles, manager 

4 Murray, George K., salesman 

2 Reid, Miss, teacher 

... Shanks, Miss, instructress 

AUCHRANNIE TERRACE. 

CRAIGIE AVENUE. 

1 Hay, David H. , mechanic 

3 Bayliss, Arthur J., represents ve 

5 Hutchison, Richard, garage 

proprietor 
8 Graham, James, harbour porter 

6 Walker, Robert D., chemist 



4 M'Rae, David A., insur. broker 

2 Gilmour, Mrs Annie 

BAFFIN STREET. 

ARBROATH ROAD. 

3 Bennet, William, woodturner 
... Wilson, Mrs D. L., butcher 
... Constable, William, labourer 
... Grewar, George, joiner 

5 Carden, John, machineman 
... Grieve, James, blacksmith 
... Baunerman, Alex., butcher 
... Singer, David, storekeeper 
... M'Kenzie, John, joiner 

... Strachan. Mrs Grace 

7 Cardno, Mrs James 

... Liness, Edward, carpenter 
... Holmes, Thomas, timekeeper 
. . . Briggs, Jane 
... Simpson, John, stoker 
9 Risk, Mrs J. 

... Leslie, James, dock labourer 
... Catto, John, draper 

11 Huggins, James, patternmaker 
. . . Dawson, Richard, bar manager 
... Halbert, James, fish merchant 
13 Anderson, William, gasworker 
... Kidd, Robert, fitter 

... Cook, John, labourer 
... Murray, Harry, turner 
... Bromley, John, labourer 

15 Webster, Miss Maggie, dairykp. 
... Tait, James H, marine fireman 
... Whittet, Wm., ironmoulder 
... Duff, James, manager 

... Reekie, Mrs C. 

17 Webster, Miss, draper 

16 Hay, Alexander W., joiner 
... Walton, Miss Ida 

... Allan, Mrs David 

... Henderson, John, boot repairer 

... Barker, Daniel, engineer 

12 Swayne, Arthur, jun. , coal mer. 
10 Midland Motors (Duudee),Ltd. 
... Stocks, Thomas C, joiner 

8 Paterson, David B., blacksmith 
... Adams, John, general worker 
... Han ton, Mrs T. 

... Brown, Robert, greenkeeper 

6 Robertson, Wm. S., slater 

4 Duncan, Mrs 

2 Gilroy, George, fireman 

BAFFIN STREET— South. 

FERRY ROAD. 

1 Roy, Peter 
... Whitton, James, lathsplitter 
... Dingwall, Mrs Margaret 



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Baffin street, South — continued 
1 Martin, John, carpenter 
... Kirchstein, Christian 
3 Steven, James, plumber 
... Murray, Alfred, riveter 
... Adams, John, clerk 
... Penn, Joseph, plumber 
... Walker, Joseph S., overseer 
... Duff, George, engineer 

5 Blake, Robert, collector 

... Burnett, Alexander, labourer 
... Mather, David, sawyer 
... Smith, James, blacksmith 

7 Grandison, John, joiner 
... Cree, Alfred, titter 

... Stevenson, Alexander, mason 

... Clark, George, clerk 

... Fender, James, ironturner 

8 Swan, James, jun., manager 
... Norrie, David, mason 

... Christie, William, butcher 
... Benon, George, enginedriver 
. . . Black, Mrs William J. 
... Ben vie, William, sugarboiler 

6 Brownlee, Arthur, detention 

officer 
... Lawrie, Wm„ insurance agent 
... Anderson, William, shipplater 
... Gardiner, Thomas, tenter 

4 Craighead, Mrs James 
... Leith, Mrs Margaret 

... Wood, Alexander, joiner 
... Bate, William, harbour porter 
... Balfour, Mrs D. 
2 Spence, Alexander, baker 
,.. Croall, William, machineman 
... Smith, Mrs Christina 
... Brown, James W., blacksmith 
. . . Nicolson, Wm. , police constable 
... Allardice, Mrs Isabella 

BAIN SQUARE. 

C0WGATE. 

1 Currie, James, &Co., shipowners 
... Scottish National Club 

5 Brown, R. B., & Co., electrical 

engineers 
9 Duncan, Miss Bella, blousemkr. 
... Kennedy, Mrs 

Cowan, William, barman 
19 High, John, dentist 
10 Hunter, Wm.,& Co., Ltd., ware- 
housemen 

6 Scottish Loan Co. 
... Panmure Hall 

. . . Smith, Jas. , billiard saloon kpr. 
... Dundee and District Total 
Abstainers' Club 



4 Mason, G. J., & Co., mantle 

manufacturers 
. . . Low, John N. , millf urnisher 

2 Dundee Burial Society 
. . . Scott, Miss Marjory, costumier 



BALDOVAN ROAD. 

DOWNFIELD. 

4 Melville, Mrs T. H. 

5 Smart, Mrs George 

6 Scott, Thomas, spirit merchant 

7 Brown, Robert, grocer 

8 M'Cann, Mrs William 

9 Davidson, David S., retired 

assistant chief constable 

10 Hardie, Dr Alexander M. 

S. Luke's Episcopal Church and 
Parsonage — Rev. H. Mont- 
gomery Simpson 

11 Suttie, James, stockbroker 

BALDOVAN TERRACE. 

PARK AVENUE. 

11 Whyte, Robert, contractor 

13 Strachan, Mrs Janet, dairykpr. 

15 Wright, Peter, cabinetmaker 

... Stewart, James, joiner 

... Fyffe, John, mason 

... M'Nicoll, David, joiner 

... Beattie, Alexander, bleacher 

19 Gibb, William G., mechanic 

... Stewart, David, brassfinisher 

... Paul, William G.,warehousemn. 

... Strachan, Mrs Janet, dairykpr. 

... Millar, James, motordriver 

... Clark, John, hairdresser 

... Thompson, George, tailor 

21 Shaw, Thomas, clerk 

. . . Butter, George G. , housef actor 

... M'Nicoll, William, engineer 

... Wight, Mrs Violet 

... Ewan, Peter, clerk 

... Mulgrew, Mrs 

... Leslie, Robert, baker 

23 Small, Herbert, storekeeper 

... Paton, Harry R. , clerk 

... Stewart, William, tailor 

... Grewar, James, shipwright 

... Reid, Mrs Margaret 

... Reid, Adam, stationer 

, . . Ramsay, Miss Alexina, clerkess 

... Butt, Nicholas, clerk 

25 Langlands, James, clerk 

... Stenson, George C. , electrical 

engineer 
. . . Miller, Mrs Jessie, coalmercht. 
... Mamie, Robert 
... Urquhart, Mrs 



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185 



25 M'Laren, John S., clerk 
Smith, William, foreman 
Bates, David, cardriver 

27 Hastie, Thomas, fitter 

Vandore, James, electrician 
Stark, RobertC. G. 
Finlay, Harry, fitter 
Ross, Douglas, clerk 
M'Kenzie, Jas. , warehouseman 
Boyle, William 

29 M'Gregor, John, woodturner 
Bathie, James, telegraphist 
Scott, William, postman 
Watson, John, police constable 
Dow, Mrs 
Robertson, William C, clerk 

31 Stewart, Andrew, marine engr 
Anderson, Mrs Cecilia 
Mulheron, Peter, salesman 
Donald, Robert, engineer 
Bell, William, striker 
Stewart, Duncan, tailor 

33 Alexander, Mrs Geo., stationer 
Cooper, James, milloverseer 
Allan, William 
Craig, Mrs 

Lawson, Mitchell, clerk 
Kerrigan, Jas. W. ,tobaccospinr 
Martin, John, cardriver 

35 M'Laren, Henry, telep. linsmn. 
Taylor, William 
Robbie, Mrs George 
Bryant, Percy, clerk 
Crow, James F. , plater 
Fairweather, David, railw'ymn. 

37 Stormont, James, motordriver 
Simpson, Wm. R. , cartwright 
Harra, William, baker 
Anderson, Stewart, engineer 

39 Beaton, Donald, shipwright 
Lonie, Henry, fireman 
Murray, James, ironmonger 
Milne, George G., butcher 
Dewar, Miss Catherine 
More, Robert D.,calenderwrkr. 

41 Dow, Joshua, butcher 
Gordon, James, foreman 
Donald, William S., dispatcher 
Carr, Mrs Mary 
Donaldson, Alexander, clerk 

43 Gunn, William, baker 

Sneddon, John, stonehewer 
Smith, David, painter 
Lundie, Eric, police constable 
M'Kinnon, Lachlan, conductor 
Winning, T. F., pol. constable 
Easton, Geo., police constable 
Herald, David, butcher 



45 Hedderly, Laurence, traveller 
... Young, Peter, tailor 
. . . Hutcheson, J. A. S. , compositor 
... Thomson, Andrew W., tram- 
way inspector 
... Campbell, Wm., pol. constable 
... Moran, John, blacksmith 
... Watson, George, cardriver 
45ACabrelli, And., fish restaurant 
47 Fraser, Wm.,pictureframemkr. 
Webster, James, mechanic 
Macdonald, Miss Martha S. 
Hunter, Edith, teacherof music 
Robertson, Robert, grocer 
Dunn, Miss, teacher 
Sievwright, John, overseer 
M'Bean, Peter, constable 
49 Scott, Miss Nettie, confectioner 
42 Dunn, Joseph, shipwright 
Reid, James O, hairdresser 
FyfFe, Peter, police constable 
Kinnear, J. D., ironmonger 
Christie, George, brassfinisher 
MacLean, Malcolm, saddler 
Black, William, moulder 
.. Nairn, John, police constable 
40 Bell, Thomas, patternmaker 
Dow, Alexander, engineer 
Alexander, Mrs Helen 
Clark, Mrs George 
Barrie, William, motordriver 
Patullo, Mrs William 
38 Paterson, Robert 
Spence, Mrs Jemima 
Gourlay, Robert, labourer 
Leighton, Alexander, traveller 
Baxter, Lewis 

M'Gregor, FrankS., upholsterer 
36 Allan, George, gardener 

Dickson, John T. , electrician 
Milne, Alex., patternmaker 
Crighton, David M., foreman 
Forsyth, John, cabinetmaker 
Robertson, James, electrician 
Scott, James W., foreman 
34 Bell, Robert, engineer 

Buist, Robert N. , headmaster 
Roberts, Mrs Ashley 
Bell, Mrs Alice, confectioner 
Bain, Edward, hairdresser 
Ireland, William, irongrinder 
Rackow, Henry, insur. agent 
32 Reith, David, carter 
.. Morrison, George, foreman 
... Dolan, William, sack printer 
... Paton, James 
... Anderson, John, coppersmith 
... Robb, Wm., attendance officer 



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Baldovan terrace — continued 
32 Allan, David, painter 
... Sinclair, William, boot repairer 
30 Torrie, John, motordriver 

Paterson, Robert B. , hairdresser 
Latto, L., confectioner 
Docherty, Joseph, fireman 
Thorns, Mrs Alexander 
M'Kay, Mrs Mary 
Mackay, Mary, fruiterer 
Jamieson, William, baker 
28 Sturrock, Mrs Thomas K. 
Redford, William, carter 
Will, Miss 

M'Laren, Eobert, mason 
Hepburn, Alexander M. 
Whyte, James, enginefitter 
Daprato, R. H. D., tramdriver 
24 Lee, James C. 

Harris, Alexander, telegraphist 
Brown, Alexander H. 
Bryant, George E., insurance 

manager 
Chalmers, Mrs Catherine 
Clark, John 
Millar, James F., clerk 
22 Marr, Alexander, yarndresser 
Meldrum, Andrew, traveller 
Calvert, John W., compositor 
Longmuir, Mrs Jeannie 
Sutherland, Alex., pianotuner 
MacLachlan, George, agent 
Miller, James, shipplater 
20 Lindsay, John, weigher 
Howard, Anthony, plater 
Jack, John, lamplighter 
Birrell, James, settdresser 
Boyd, Peter, cardriver 
Mitchell, Robert, plasterer 
Davidson, John, overseer 
Burnett, Edward, motordriver 
Park avenue here 
6 Penman, Mrs J. 
.. M'Culloch, Robert, salesman 
... Coupar, John, engineer 
... Anderson, Thos. , machineman 
,.. Graham, Robert 
., Baxter, WilliamB.jCoalmercht. 
... Brand, George M., engineer 
... Howell, James, joiner 
2 Craig, Peter, tailor 
... Dry den, James, mechanic 
... Milroy, William, grocer 
... Honeyman,Robt. ,shipy'dwrkr. 
... Lindsay, James T. , baker 
... Cathro, Alston D., compositor 
... Mitchell, Mrs M. B., butcher 
... Hirst, James, plumber 



BALFOUR STREET. 

HAWKHILL. 

1 Balfour Street Public School; 
And w. M'Intosh, headmaster 

3 Davie, James, joiner 
... Rae, William, painter 

... Relman, Jas.,packingcasemkr. 

5 Slaven, Peter, welder 

7 Gibson, Miss Annie 

. . . Kirkcaldy, Wm ., rail way guard 
9 Arthur, William, labourer 
... M'Burney, Mrs 
... Nicoll, Mrs, dressmaker 

11 Yule, Miss Isabella, confectr. 
13 Marshall, George, carter 

... Ewen, Mrs Robert 

... Clark, George, mechanic 

15 Davidson, H., acetylene welder 

... Small, William, blacksmith 

... Walker, Miss E. S. 

... M'Laren, James, clerk 

... Salmond, David, grocer 

... Hutchison, Peter, carter 

... Chapman, L. 

30 Doctor, John, examiner 

... Fairweather, David, clerk 

28 Duffus, Mrs George 

... Russell, James, fireman 

26 Aird, William, fireman 

24 Blyth, Alice, grocer 

12 Mitchell, William, dairyman 

8 Paterson, William, tenter 
... Malcolm, Miss 

... Hoy, Miss 

6 Robertson, Mrs George 

... Ferrier, Alex., coachpainter 

4 Fenwick, Miss Jessie 
... Bruce, George, painter 

... Low, John, motor engineer 
... Jordan, John R, postman 



BALGAVIES AVENUE. 

KINNORDY TERRACE. 

1 Gair, Donald, customs officer 
3 Bisset, Alex., club steward 
5 Watson, Thomas G., photo 

engraver 
7 Mackay, Alexander, boots 
9 Swayne, Arthur, jun. ,coal mer. 
11 Bathie, John M., manager 
13 Tullis, Mrs William 
15 Spence, John, traveller 
17 Campbell, George C, fruiterer 
Craigie avenue here 
Greendykes road here 
87 Cowperthwaite, Robert S., 
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95 

97 

99 

101 

103 

105 

107 
109 
111 
113 
115 
117 



Soutar, Alex., sanitary officer 
Soutar, George, police sergeant 
Davidson, George, manager 
Storrier, David P., foreman 
Fraser, Mrs 

Cameron, James M., clerk 
Seivwright, G eorge, shipplater 
Doig, Andrew, coal merchant 
Whittet, Charles, sewing 

machine maker 
Philp, John H. , bricklaye 
Cullin, Joseph, foreman 
M'Pherson, Mrs Margaret 
Petrie, Miss Helen 
Smith, Kobt. M. , enginedriver 
Westwood, Win., press reader 
Arbroath road here 
Walsh, Michael, farm servant 
Mackay, Colin E., clerk 
Meakin, Edward, foreman 
Brown, Mrs Margaret 
Walker, Alexander, shipplater 
Colquhoun, Alexander 
Dempster, James R , traveller 
Thomson, Mrs Jeanie 
Turbett, Mrs S. C. 
Watson, David, fish packer 
Edwards, J. A., advertising 

manager 
Greendykes road here 
Brown, Frederick, manager 
Johnstone, George A. , clerk 
Grant, Mrs John 
Ellis, George, motor engineer 
Bell, James, porter 
Fairweather, Walter P. , printer 
Newsome, Joseph D., draper 
Moore, William, contractor 
Auchrannie terrace here 
Roberts, Charles, foreman 
Gronbach, Geo. E. , pork butcher 
Hunter, Fergus, advert. mangr 
Ogilvie, Miss Georgina 
Crawford, James, shipwright 
Wheeler, William, musician 
Russell. Mrs J. G. 
M'Naughton, Adam, engineer 

ing surveyor 
Graigie avenue here 
Thomson, Thomas, engineer 
Gould, John, tax officer 
Cook, William, fish salesman 
Chaplin, John, engineer 
Seth, Mrs C. 
Stewart, Mrs Isabella 
Young, William A. 
Wood, Alexander, traveller 
Petrie, George, clerk 



BALGAY ROAD. 

BLACKNESS ROAD. 

1 Boyd, J. G., & Son, sculptors 
7 Orcadia — 

Alexander T. Reoch, chemist 
9 Hood, James, brush manufr. 
11 Duncan, David, secretary 



BALGAY STREET. 
LOCHEE. 

1 Reid, James 

.. Reid, Mary, confectioner 

3 Valentine, Miss C.,lic. grocer 

5 Macphail, Fred, fruit merchant 

.. M'Farlane, Joseph, slater 

.. Guild, John, ironturner 

7 Anderson, Mrs Janet 

.. M'Donald, Murdoch, grocer 
.. Mac Far lane, Geo., corkmiller 
.. Forrester, David, joiner 
9 Oram, James 
.. Coupar, Mrs David 
.. Robb, Mrs Stewart 
.. Scott, David M., stenciller 
11 Moyes, Archibald, lamplighter 
... Lunan, James, tenter 
19 Gilfeather, Daniel, coal merch. 
23 M'Kenzie, Miss Mary, grocer 

Wilson street here 
41 Stewart, Mrs Daniel, coal mer. 
43 Bisset, William, joiner 
73 Mitchell, Mrs O, confectioner 
Marshall street here 
Atholl street here 
lOJSmith, J. A., & Co., printers 
St Ann street here 

8 Summerton, Joseph, contractor 

BALGILLO ROAD. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

Pullar, Margaret, confectioner 

FORTHILL FEDS 

Watt, Arthur, market gardnr. 
Keillor, Wm., market gardnr. 
Elrick, Geo., market gardnr. 
Stewart, Harry, farm servant 
Constable, Peter, grieve 
Mollison, Alfred, farmer 

BALGRAY STREET. 

BALGRAY PLACE. 

5 Anderson, Mrs Agnes 

7 Meldrum, Charles, gardener 

9 Reid, William H., headmaster 
11 Sutherland, Mrs George 

... Sutherland, William, draper 



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Balgray street — continued 

13 Dewar, Mrs A. E. 

15 Piggott, John, bootmaker 
28 Anderson, Miss Catherine 

BALMORE STREET. 

ALBERT STREET. 

3 Mill, Mrs Isabella 
... Haxton, Misses E. and A. 
... Brodie, Charles, warehouseman 
... Wilson, Alex., jute wareh'eman 
... Crichton, George 
. . . Crichton, E. , dairy produce dlr. 
... Thomson, Joseph, baker 
... Bowman, John A., cablejointer 
... Munro, Geo. J., traveller 

5 M 'Lagan, John, timekeeper 
... Robertson, James, clerk 

... Robertson, Joseph, painter 

... Low, Mrs Margaret 

... Hill, John, engiuedriver 

... Bell, Andrew J., joiner 

... Nicoll, William, stoker 

7 Burke, Patrick, clerk 
... Hobkirk, William 

... Findleton, Win., insur. agent 
... Mudie, Mrs C. 
... Smart, Edward, railway clerk 
... Fraser, Andrew, printer 

14 Henderson, Alex., traveller 
... Wilson, George P., fireman 
... Robertson, Alex., newsagent 
... Gilmour, Robert, bootmaker 
... Cuthill, Robt., railway inspect 
... Cartmill, Mrs Mary 

... Drummond, Mrs George 

... M'Naughton, Mrs, restaurateur 

12 Boyd, William, postman 

... Low, George, cabinetmaker 

... Binnie, Walter, tenter 

... Brown, William, mechanic 

... Cathro, David, cardriver 

... M'Oulloch, John A., carpet 

warper 
10 Robertson, John, boilermaker 
... Smart, David, contractor 
... Sloan, George, yarndresser 
... Anderson, Chas., tram conductr 
... Ogilvie, James, tailor 
... Morris, William, bleacher 
... Gilmour, William, lamplighter 

8 Moncur, C, boot repairer 

. . . Williamson, Chas. ,patternmkr 
... Lyall, Mrs Annie 
... Anderson, Peter 
... Brown, Mrs Isabella 
... Lancett, Mrs Mary 

6 Fyffe, Miss A. W., stationer 



4 Bobb, William, motorman 

.. Graham, James T., sailmaker 
... M'Callum, John, busdriver 
... Easson, John, seaman 
... Strachan, Mrs Helen 
... Nicol, John, constable 

2 Miller, Andrew, butcher 

BALMOSSIE STREET. 

BARNHILL. 

1 Heron, Thomas G , jute mercht. 

3 Watson, Miss Annie 

5 M 'Leod, Dan. , process engraver 
The Moorland- 
Misses J. and E. Reid 

7 Beach cottage — 

John B. Shaw, joiner 
9 Campbell, Archibald, printer 

BALMYLE ROAD. 

WEST FERRY. 

1 Balmyle — 

Reginald R. Ovenstone, mer. 

2 Allan, Mrs Mary L. 
... Cadzow, James, artist 

4 Mackay, George 

6 Taylor, Drummond, manufr. 

8 Smail, Mrs William 

... Smail, W. M., manufacturer 
12 Hynd, Philip D. , manufacturer 

14 Smith, Robert B. 

16 Reich, Mrs David 

BALTIC BUILDINGS. 

(See Meadowside.) 

BALTIC STREET. 

WELLOATE. 

1 Frew, Wm., wine merchant 

3 Wilson,R.,&Co. , warehousemen 
.., M'Intosh, John, garage attendt. 
... Fleming, Edward S. , tenter 

... Cooper, James, clothier 
... Thomson, Charles, carter 

15 Keay,Thos.C.,Ld.,mil]frnshrs. 

17 British Thomson-Houston Co., 

Ld. ,electriclampmanufactrs. 

23 Donald & Smith, glass merchts. 
25 North Eastern Welding Co., Ld. 
... Anderson, Wm., &Co., motor 

accessory factors 
27 Initial Towel Supply Co. 

24 Johnston, Jas., & Son, whole- 

sale china merchants 
12 Lees, John, & Co., Ltd., boot 
manufacturers 
6 Shein&Myers,clothingmanufrs. 

4 Hall, Mrs Joanna, spiritdealer 

2 Menzies & Sons, Ltd., drapers 



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BANK AVENUE. 

DOWNFIELD. 

1 Lauder, David 

... Skinner, Miss I. D. 

3 Watt, Robert R., draper 

5 Milne, Robert R. 

7 Stiven, John, banker 

9 Langlands, James, clerk 

11 Robertson, Miss M., dairy- 

keeper 
. . . Robertson, HarryA. , civil srvt. 

13 Stewart, Allan, housefaetor 
... Stewart, Mrs A., confectioner 

15 Anderson, George, clerk 

17 Gibson, Alex., grain merchant 
26 Brown, John 

24 Sufctie, John, joiner 
... Suttie, John, jun., chauffeur 
22 Robertson, Mrs James I. 
20 How, George M., butcher 

18 Wilkinson, John M., manager 

16 Piggot, Mrs Adam 

14 Cruickshank,Chas., headmaster 

12 Anderson, C. Boyd, solicitor 
10 Andrew, James M., draper 

8 Pullar, Alexander 

... Pullar, Mrs Jane, confectioner 
... Duffus, Alfred, garage propr. 

6 Webster, Alexander, engineer 

4 Watt, Walter W., superinten- 

dent 

2 Wann, John, manager 



BANK STREET. 

REFORM STREET. 

1 Pattullo, J. & H., & Donald, 

solicitors 
... Whyte, Agnes M. 
... Galloway, Mrs 
... Oastler, Thomas C. 
3 Chamber of Commerce ; George 

R. Donald, secretary 
5 Shiell & Small, solicitors 
... Dundee Garden City Assocn., 

Ltd. ; Shiell & Small, secys. 
... Dundee & London Investment 

Trust, Ltd. ; Shiell & Small, 

secretaries 
... Millar, Peter 
7 Courier andAdvertiser,People's 

Friend, and People's Journal 

Offices ; John Leng & Co., 

Limited, printers 
27 Calder, David R. , solicitor 
... Wilkie, Joseph, & Co., solicitors 
... Taylor, Alex., shuttlemaker 
29 Young, David F., inspector 



22 



16 



14 



12 



Department of Health for Scot- 
land ; A. Cree, district in- 
spector ; Dr T. D. Kennedy, 
regional medical officer 
Inland Revenue ; D. M. Camp- 
bell, collector of taxes 
Duncan, George, & Son, tea 

merchants 
Myles, George, assessor of taxes 
Blair, George, clerk to Income 

Tax Commissioners 
Scottish Life Assurance Co., 
Ltd. ; Geo. Myles and N. T. 
Currie, joint resident secys. 
Third, J. Bonella, solicitor 
Maclean, Robt. G., auctioneer 
British Legion Branch Office 
Dundee Dramatic Society 
Barnett, H., & Co., merchants 
Robertson, Mrs Annie 
Westwood, A. , & Son, electrons. 
Lindsay & Scott, glaziers 
Jones & Co., carpet manufac- 
turers 
Carson, Miss, apartments 
Carruthers, John A., billiard- 
room keeper 
M 'Reran &Forbes,sheriff-offirs. 
Mitchell, Geo., sheriff-officer 
Anderson, David, patternmkr. 
Bowman, Alexander, painter 
Duncan, A., & Co., Ltd., boot 

manufacturers 
Edison Swan Electric Co. , Ltd. 
Accessories (Edin. ), Ltd. , motor 

accessory factors 
Laverock, T. & J. W. , solicitors 
Paton, A. W., & Co., office 

appliance manufacturers 
Smith, L. C , & Corona Type- 
writers 
Aberdein, Robert, tramdriver 
Brand, Wm., & Son, slaters 
M'lntosh, George, basketmanu- 

facturer 
Simpson, J. & E. R., solicitors 
Lowson, Mann, & Co. , merchants 
Douglas & Doubble, engineers 
Davidson, John, motor niech. 
Ford, Robt. I., warehouseman 
People's Journal and People's 
Friend competition deprtmt. 
Thomson, D. & J., housef actors 
British and Irish Plate Glass 
Insurance Co. , Ltd. ; D. & J. 
Thomson, district agents 
Kinnaird Picture House ; Victor 
Hamilton, manager 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



BANK STREET. 



LOCHEE. 

1 Deas, John, boot repairer 
3 M'Dougall, Robert, baker 

... Ramsay, James, baker 

... Callaghan, Mrs Rachel, confctr. 

5 Johnston, John, stationer 

7 Donnachie, Miss C. , conf ectr. 
9 Caira, D., confectioner 

11 Rigby, Albert, restaurateur 
llAShepherd, William, tenter 
... M'Leish, Jos., gravedigger 
... Clark, William, stonedresser 
... Elder, Thomas, baker 

13 Johnston, Alexander, grocer 

15 Visocchi, D. , fish restaurant 

17 Wood, Miss Jeanie, draper 

19 Massey, Alex., & Sons, Ltd., 

provision merchants 

21 Cumming, Charles, grocer 

25 Cruickshank.Alf. J.,prov. mer. 
Lome street here 

South Mid street here 
28 Smart, Charles, grocer 

26 Mackie, James, stationer 
24 Nicol, Charles, boot stores 

22 Ingram, J. R., baker 
20ASmart, Charles, grocer 

20 Burden, William, watchmaker 

18 Soutar, Robert, fruiterer 

16 Gibson, Andrew, ironmonger 

12 Morrison, William, draper 

10 Reoch, J., & Son, plumbers 
... Stone, John, photographer 

6 Morrison, William, draper 

2 M'Lean, James C, bank agent 

BARRACK ROAD. 

(See Garland place.) 

BARRACK STREET. 

OVERGATE. 

3 Lamb, Rowland, tailor 

... Anchor Boot & Shoe Stores 
5 Glegg, M. J. & D., confectnrs. 
9 Ogilvy, Mrs Thos. , newsagent 

11 Dallas, James, draper 

... Bruce, J. Christie, artist 
... Grant, P. A., weigher 
... Russell, Robert, foreman 
... L. 0. A. S. (Heather Bell Lodge); 

George Wilson, secretary 
... M'Kenzie, F. J., & Campbell, 

housefactors 
. . . AngusPropertylnvestmentCo. , 

Ltd. ; Geo. S. Campbell, secy. 
... Lorimer, Angus M., foreman 
... Cumming, Geo. M., traveller 



11 M'Naughton, P., accountant 
... M'Ara, William, accountant 

13 The Dundee Produce Co., Ltd. 

17 Scroggie Bros., leather mers. 

19 Stewart, Charles, general dlr. 

21 National Cash Register Co., 

Ltd. ; H. A. Pape, agent 

23 Tait, Wm. D. , wh. wareh'seman 
... Ferguson, George, & Co., type- 
writer dealers 

25 Penman, John, accountant 
... Freedman, MissR. , fruiterer 

27 Erentz, Harry, spirit merchant 

29 Ross, William J., painter 
Bank street here 
Central Reading Rooms 
South Ward road here 

Ward Mills ; Don Bros. , Buist, 

& Co., Ltd., manufacturers 
56 Willison house — 

John L. Robertson, Ltd., 

house furnishers 

52 Beattie, W., & Co., brushmkrs. 

50 Rattray, Jn.,&Sons, housefact. 

... Scottish Plate Glass Insurance 

Co., Ltd. 
48 Fraser, John, pictureframemkr. 

Willison street here 
44ARoneo, Ltd., office appliance 

merchants 
44 Farquharson, J .,&Sons, plmbrs. 
42 Drever, W. S., solicitor 
... Murray, I. B.,& Son, houseagts. 
... Dundee Drawing Office Supply 

Co. 
40 Swan, John W. , hairdresser 
38 Farquharson, J., & Sons, 

plumbers 
36 Nicol, James, outfitter 
34 Brown, George, jeweller 
32 Blythe, William, linesman 

30 Hood, Jas.,& Sons, brush manu- 

facturers 

28 Bromberger, S., merchant 

26 Russell, Frank, bookseller 

24 MacLeod, Allan, elect, engineer 

22 Camperdown Masonic Hall ; 

Robert Dair, caretaker 
... Brown, William, coal merchant 
... Wynd, Mrs 
. . . Beattie, William, & Co. , brush 

manufacturers 

20 Dundee Corporation Gas Dept. , 

gas appliance showrooms 

18 Dickie, James A. , & Sons, wire- 

workers 
16 Quade, Elizabeth, confectioner 

14 Keith, R. D. L., accountant 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



191 



14 Conway, John, motorman 

... Mann, Harry, engineer 

12 Lesslie, Andrew J ., hairdresser 

10 Bell, E. L., bookseller 
4 Peebles, R. A., dentist 

2 Leddie, Edward, wine merch. 

BATH STREET. 

BKOUGHTY FERRY. 

9 Norrie, Mrs 

11 Lorimer, George, seaman 
19 Craik, J. R. , compositor 

Watt's Motor Garage 
18 Caird, Mrs Agnes 
16 Scott, Mrs James M. 
... Fyffe, George M. 
... Strachan, Wm. , frenchpolisher 
14 Ferguson, David, bleacher 

8 Robertson, Jas. , fruit merchant 

6 Gall, Mrs Alexander 

BAXTER PARK TERRACE. 

PITKERRO ROAD. 

1 Robertson, T. & J., coal mer- 

chants 

2 Boak, Robert, manager 
... Stewart, Miss Bella 

... Adams, Miss 

... Lumsden, Miss, milliner 

... Warm, John, traveller 

... Stewart, Alexander, traveller 

... Hutton, Miss Alice, masseuse 

... Brown, Samuel M.,photogrphr. 

... Kodgers, James W., clerk 

.. Petrie, Arthur S., engineer 

3 Anderson, John, clerk 

4 Kidd, Wilbert S., rubber mer. 
Robertson, Andrew, clerk 
Black, Peter, engineer 
Bruce, Albert, cierk 
Jarvie, Mrs Helen 
Elder, Robert, merchant 
Murray, William B., agent 
Smith, Edwin W. , houseagent 
Lindsay, William, manager 
Robertson, D. N., cabinetmkr. 
Fraser, John, manager 
Lesslie, Andrew J., hairdresser 
Adamson, P. M., patternmakr. 
Ruthven, David B., butcher 
Wilson, Mrs John Ogilvy 
Williamson, Mrs T. G. 
Christie, Mrs William 
M'Gregor, James A., overseer 
Hargreaves, T. M., blockcutter 
Fraser, J. Stewart, pressphotgr, 
Langlands, Mrs 
Hendry, Miss Isabella, cashier 



6 Sim, Robert, grocer 

7 Fleming, William, joiner 

... Low, Arch. S., car conductor 

... Nicol, Mrs I. S. 

... Gar vie, Miss Margaret 

... Morton, Mrs Alexander 

... Wood, Robert K. , plater 

. . . Holmes, Herbert, leather finshr. 

... Valentine, Alexander, clerk 

8 Beattie, Robert, confectioner 
... Collins, Miss, deaconess nurse 
... Dick, Herbert, manager 

... Leslie, Gordon B., hatter 
... Watt, AllanS., clerk 
... Cameron, James S., tailor 
... Butt, John, electrician 
. . . Taylor, Mrs Jessie 

9 Donaldson, Charles, journalist 
... Wilkie,Wm., garage proprietor 
... Irvine G. N., cooper 

... Graham, Walter S., cooper 

... Devaney, James, hairdresser 

... Martin, David 

... Martin, Robert, secretary 

... Mason, Miss Agnes, hairdresser 

10 Buist, John, compositor 
... Watt, Mrs R. L. B. 

,., Brown, Mrs James 

... High, Mrs J. C. 

... Anderson, D. F., marine engnr. 

... Campbell, Mrs Emily 

11 Paterson, Robert, manager 
... Brown, Mrs Mary I. 

... Baxter, Isaac, insurance agent 
... Marshall, Mrs Jessie 
... Fairley, W. J., cabinetmaker 
. . . Simpson, A. K. F. , lino, operator 
... Roy, John, artist 

12 Craigs, Wm. F., marine engin'r 
... Anderson, Francis 

... Ross, Mrs William 

... Merchant, Mrs Peter 

... Sword, James, electrician 

... Stuart, Martin, printer 

... Watt, Alexander, mechanic 

. . . Gow, Mrs Rose 

13 Fraser, Thos., police constable 
... Cromb, Mrs W. H. 

... Langlands, P. S., clerk 

... Waldrum, Mrs Ann 

... Currie, Charles, hairdresser 

... Wilson, David T. , engineer 

... Chambers, Albert, engineer 

... Macdonald, E.,wayleave officer 

14 Yeaman, William, proof-reader 
... Easson, Edward, draper 

... Wilson, Robert 

. . . Saunders, Mrs William S. 



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Baxter Park terrace — continued 

14 Skinner, Wm. S., ironmonger 
... Bruce, James, traveller 

... Black, Andrew, muaicseller 
... Marra, John, pavior 

15 Davidson, Alexander 

... Gibson, Effie S. , teacher 

... Gibson, Roberta O., teacher 

... Langlands, James, manager 

... Finlay, Peter, engineer 

... Finlay, P. S., tobacconist 

... Smith, Alex. R., civil engineer 

... Emslie, Peter, local manager 

... Alexander, Mrs Frances 

... Flannigan, Peter, mining engr. 

16 Sinclair, James A., ironmonger 
... M' Donald, R., machinefitter 
... Murray, George F. 

... Rew, Mrs Margaret 
... Bryson, William, police supt. 
... Mollison, Mrs Charles 
... Garriock, John, teacher 
Park avenue here 

17 Edwards, Richard, elec. enginr 
... Stocks, Thomas C, joiner 

... Robertson, James, joiner 
... Stewart, David M., clerk 
... Leslie, Harry J., shipowner 
... Mitchell, Thos. , yarn inspector 
. . . Weir, Andw. C. , engnr. survyr. 

18 Bell, Robert L. , boiler inspector 
. . . Christie, David A. , music tcher . 
... Christie, Miss Mamie, sculptor 
. . . Cooper, Mrs John M. 

. . . Bell, Fred. R. , music teacher 
... Faulds, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Dickson, Wm. E., merchant 
... Falconer, Miss, children 'sou tftr 

19 M'Mann, Mrs W. 

... Law, Alex., harbour porter 
... Law, A. G., art needleworker 
... Forbes, Miss Jemima 
... White, James A., haulage con- 
tractor 
... Anderson, John, patternmaker 
... Glennie, Miss 
... Kean, Miss M. B. , teacher 
... M'Gregor, William, engineer 
... Flight, Mrs 

20 Nicoll, George M., traveller 

... Stephen, W.G.,insuranceagent 

... Dunnet, John, engineer 

... Brown, Misses 

... Macnaughton, Mrs John 

... Macfarlane, James, joiner 

... Clark, Mrs Mary 

... Downie, Alfred, clerk 

23 Smith, Henry F. , traveller 



23 Mudie, Mrs J. F., teacher 

... Gunn, Hugh, retd. police supt. 

... Anderson, Mrs Susan 

... Cruickshanks, Harry, journalist 

... Peter, James, cashier 

... Forbes, Walter, stereotyper 

... Grant, Peter, clerk 

24 Barr, John, superintendent 
... Kerr, William A., grocer 

... Rennie, William D. , ship's clerk 
. . . Mortimer, Peter W. , ship offi cer 
... Paterson, David H, clerk 
... Ogilvie, Mrs Alice 
... Cunningham, Wm. S., foreman 
... Campsie, David, mechanic 

25 Melvin, James, retired P.O. 

superintendent 
... M'Millan, Mrs Margaret 
... Seaton, William, mechanic 
... Valentine, Miss Agnes 
... Hendry, William, clerk 
. . . Duncan, M rs Joan 
... Colston, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Watt, George G., dispenser 

26 Fenton, Mrs R. 
... Clark, MrsM. C. 

... Clark, Edith M. C, journalist 
... Dall, Daniel C, overseer 
... M'Kersie, Miss Mary, clerkess 
. . . Edwards, David C. , hairdresser 
... Ferrier, James A., ship's officer 
... Ker f Hugh, engineer 
... Matthew, Miss 

27 Frame, A. F., engineer 
... Reid, Mrs J. 

... Lamont, Mrs Alexander 

... Wallace, William, draper 

. . . Ogilvie, Benjamin, coppersmith 

... Walker, Mrs W. 

... M'Gregor, Jas. , harbour porter 

... Urquhart, David, confectioner 

28 Myles, William, motordriver 
... Fraser, James, marine engineer 
... Bennett, David, foreman 

.. Burnett, Mrs 

... Chisholm, Saml., sanitary supt. 
... M 'Hardy, Wm., draughtsman 
... Ormond, John M., clerk 

Taybank Works ; Scottish Co- 
operative Wholesale Society, 
Ltd., spinners 

BAXTER STREET. 

CITY ROAD. 

1 Tully, Peter, batcher 

3 Thomson, Peter, labourer 

... Lindsay, James, fitter 

... Smith, John, salesman 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



193 



5 Nicoll, Miss 
9 Carlin, John, barman 
15 Duncan, Wm., hosepipe weaver 

19 Clark, Arthur G. , confectioner 

23 Ross, Mrs John 

31 Lynch, Thomas, millworker 
35 Bruce, Robert A., labourer 

Rosebery street here 
26 Miller, James, baker 

24 Shaw, James, bricklayer 
... Irvine, James, guard 

... Cairns, Miss Rachael 
... Abbot, Mrs Thomas 

20 Davie, Mrs Jean, charwoman 
... Thorns, David O, painter 

... Scott, Andrew, dairyman 
14 M'Lean, James, engineer 
10a Howie, Jas. , foreman mechanic 
. . . Watson, Mrs Helen, millworker 
... Barnes, Peter, moulder 
... Adams, Robert, baker 
... Knight, J. 
8 Marshall, James, chauffeur 

BAYFIELD ROAD. 

WEST FERRY. 

4 Linfield — 

F. H. Kennedy, manufacturer 

BEACH CRESCENT. 

BRO0GHTY FERRY. 

13 Low, Cecil A., musician 

19 Johnstone, James B. 

31 Orchar Art Gallery; William 

L. Gunn, caretaker 
41 Lindsay, Miss Caroline 
47 Watson, Miss B. A. 
51 Castle Hotel ; Mrs Scott, 

proprietrix 
71 Brodie, George, dairyman 
85 Tawse, Miss 

... Littlejohn, James M., engineer 
... Retmie, Mrs James 
... Laburn, John M'C, dental 

surgeon 
... MacKinnon, Janet M., district 

nurse 

... Cunnison, Alexander, traveller 
95 Beath, David, sanitary engineer 
... Fehrenbach, A., jeweller 
... Laing, Mrs Susan B. 
... Simpson, J. M. 
... Simpson, William B., engineer 
... Brown, Miss Kath., manageress 
... Underwood, Arthur, clerk 
97 Ogilvie, Mrs 

... Simpson, James, carriage hirer 
12 



99 Broughty Ferry Club ; George 
M. Lindsay, steward 
Broughty Castle — 

B.S.-M. Spanton, instructor 

BEACH LANE. 

DUNDEE ROAD. 

1 Guild, Miss Grace 
3 Scott, Robert 

8 Crighton, Miss Lily, music 

teacher 

2 Dear, William, labourer 

BELL STREET. 

1 Fraser, Douglas, & Sons, Ltd. ; 
JohnT. Paton, representative 
... Robertson, Walter, merchant 
... Waites, William, Sons, & Atkin- 
son (1922), Ltd., rope manuf. 
... Allen, Mill,&Co., manufacturers 
... Morris, Charles, merchant 
... Laurie, Alexander, & Co., Ltd., 

merchants 
... Miller, James D., engineer 
lAWhite, Milne, & Co., mill- 
furnishers 

3 Smith, William, boot manuftr. 
Euclid crescent here 

7 Baxter, Robt.,& Co., merchts. 

9 Scott, Jas. B., jute warehouse- 

man 
. Petrie, James L. 
. Tindall, Alex., tailor 
. Tosh, John, glazier 
. Mackenzie, Mrs Agnes 
. Utterston, William, baker 
1 1 Ingram & Miller, tilelayers 
llAGuild, George S., millfurnisher 
15 Ferguson, R., & Sons, oil mers. 
17 Dundee School of Economics 
and Commerce ; James A. 
Bowie, principal ; W. G. 
Sharp, caretaker 
Victoria road here 
86 India bldgs. (see Victoria rd. ) 
84 Carver, Jas. , & Son, w'housemen 
82 Dundee Catholic Herald ; 
Michael T. Hannigan, mangr. 
80 Western UnionTelegraph Cable 
System ; W. W. Currie, local 
manager 
78 Nucator, P., & Son, brassfndrs. 
76 Robertson, Charles, & Co., jute 

merchants 
72 Guthrie, John, clerk 
... Simpson, John, assistant P.O. 

inspector 
... Barrie, William 



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street — continued 
Edgar, John 
... Anderson, Mrs Mary 
... Watson, John R. , traveller 
... Small, Charles, glazier 
... Watson, William, overseer 
... Smith, George J. , insur. agent 
70 Ramsay, Robert, slater 
68 Davidson, Wm. M., pensioner 
... Evans, Mrs Jane, maternity 

nurse 
... Brand, Hector, moulder 
... Bisset, James, liftsman 
... Young, Miss M. 
... Young, William, fireman 
... Anderson, Misses 
64 Union Assurance Society, Ltd. ; 

R. G. Tait, local secretary 
... Palatine Insurance Co., Ltd. 
62 Tulloch & Strachan, builders 
60 Peter, James, blacksmith 
. . . Cuthill, Jas. , schoolbag manuf . 
58 Davidson, Mrs Geo. , watchmkr. 
54 Henderson, A. G., com. agent 
. . . Smith, Jas. , billiard saloonk'per 
... Foote, William, engineman 
52 Cooper, John, & Sons, mill 

furnishers 
50 Imperial & International Com 

munications, Ltd. ; Direct 

Spanish Teleg. Co., Ltd.; 

Great Northern Telegraph 

Co. (Ltd.), of Denmark; J. E 

Crane, manager 
48 Batchelor, Robert F. , caretaker 
... M'Ewan, Matthew R K.,eng'r 
... Gow, Miss 1. 

... Garratt, Robert, oil salesman 
... Ocean Accident and Guarantee 

Corporation, Ltd. ; J. T 

Stewart, branch manager 
44 Irvine's square 

Dundee Corporation — 

Public Lighting Department 
and Complaints Office 

Imrie, Alex. M'R, inspector 

of weights and measures 

36 Technical College and School of 

Art; Frank Young, principal; 

Robert F. Batchelor, janitor 
34 Buchan & Macaulay, Ltd., pro 

duce merchants 
32 Morrison & Philip, merchants 
. . . The Killo Insecticide Manuf ac 

turing Co. 
... Low, Ireland, & Co., manu 

facturers 
... M'Inroy, Duncan, clothier 



32 Moncur, William, painter 

... Taggart, Mrs Margaret 

30 Pooley, H, & Son, weighing 

machine manufacturers 
28 Eve Dress Agency 
26 Hillocks, Daniel 
24 Bryden, J., & Sons, bellhangers 

Ireland's lane here 
22 Ireland, John, & Sons, shuttle- 
makers 
20 Fitzgerald, Thomas, chauffeur 
... Gardine, Mrs Elizabeth 

18 Reid, James, confectioner 

16 Wilson, Thomas 

... Davidson, John, joiner 
... Bell, Joseph, boxmaker 
... Dalrymple, Mrs Elizabeth 

14 Hutchison, Miss Helen, grocer 
12 Livingstone, F. , stationer 

8 Chasser, Edward, wine mercht. 

4 Cunningham, R. Y., newsagent 
2AM'Kinnon, Lachlin,ret. warder 

... MacDonald, Charles, plumber 

2 Stirling, Mrs Alex. , spirit mer- 

chant 

BELL STREET— West. 

1 A Willi son- Bell Church 

1 Hartley, Wm. , violin teacher 

... Crighton, James T., dent. surg. 

. . . Adamson, Hay G. , water inspr. 

3 Working Boys' Home ; David 

G Henderson, superintendt. 

5 Curr Night Refuge ; Prison Aid 

Society ; David G. Hender- 
son, superintendent 
7 Dundee Charity Organisation 
Society; D. Fisher, agent 

9 Public AssistanceOffice; Robert 

Allan, director ; Andrew 
Guthrie, caretaker 
... Public Health Office ; DrW.L. 
Burgess, med. officer of health 

15 Central Fire Station 

Weir, James S., firemaster 
Mackay, Wm. , dep. -firemaster 
Crighton, Jas., motor mech. 
Johnson, Thos., motor mech. 
Carr, James, fireman 
Robertson, James A., fireman 
MTntosh, John, motor mech. 

17 Sanitary Department — 

RobertMitchell, chief sanitary 
inspector 
Courthouse square here 

19 Salvation Army Industrial 

Home 
10 Lowson, ChristopherS., caretkr. 



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6 Courthouse buildings 

Malcolm, Robert C. , sheriff- 
substitute 
Bisset, Chris. J., sheriff-clerk 
Findlay, A. J., sheriff-clerk 

depute 
Tait, A. G. , sheriff-clerk dep. 
Archibald, J. Rennie, pro 

curator- fiscal 
Binnie, John, depute procura- 
tor-fiscal 
Scott, James, criminal officer 
Cruickshank, John, keeper of 
Courthouse, and bar officer 

4 Central Police chambers — 

John Macdonald, chief con- 
stable 

Peter Robertson, assistant 
chief constable 

Archibald Bell, procurator 
fiscal 

2 Drill Hall— 

Geo. Mitchell, caretaker 
Headquarters — 4/5thBat. Ryl. 
Highlanders Black Watch ; 
152nd Highland Field Am 
bulance ; City of Dundee 
(Fortress) Coy., R.E. 

BELL STREET LANE. 

CONSTITUTION ROAD. 

Children's Free Breakfast Hall 

25 Wvlie, John, general dealer 

26 M'Glone, James, painter 
20 Hughes, John 

18 Russell, George 

BELLEFIELD AVENUE. 

MAGDALEN GREEN. 

1 Lumsden, Mrs C. 

.. Findlay, Gordon, merchant 

.. Sutherland, Jas. C, outfitter 

.. Stewart, James, clerk 

.. Stevenson, Miss 

.. Robertson, Alexander, foreman 

3 Garland, John, marine engineer 
.. Stiven, Charles W., traveller 

. . Millar, James, tailor 

.. Gray, Wm. , produce merchant 

.. Small, James, joiner 

.. Coupar, William M., builder 

5 Blyth, Misses 

.. Sherriff, Miss M., confectioner 

. . Gow, Mrs J. A. 

.. Smellie, R.J. B., station inspctr. 

.. Wilson, MrsD. A. 

.. Mackersie, Jas., elect, engineer 

7 Christie, Isobel 



7 Christie, John A., calenderer 
... Lindsay, Miss M. M. 
... Robertson, Miss Jane 
. . . Marshall, Henry J. , telegraph't 
... Brown, F. P., draper 
... Kay, William, engraver 

9 Young, James, journalist 
... Millar, John L., insurance agent 
... Steven, William, grocer 
... Neave, James S. 
... Jamieson, Mrs Peter 
... Mack, Robert, traveller 
... Melville, John H., manager 
... Hutton, James, artist 
11 Knox, Mrs Betsy 
... Russell, Misses 
... Shuttleworth, Joseph P., jun., 

weighing machine manuftr. 
... Cameron, M 'Donald, mattress 

maker 
... Campbell, Chas., mattressmkr. 
... Garvie, George, patternmaker 
... Hood, Alexander, manager 
13 Cooper, Mrs Catherine 
... Brown, Alex. S., vulcanist 
... Bremner, George, gardener 
... Knight, D. R., clerk 
... Mac Murray, Mrs J. H., nurse 
... Benvie, James, enginedriver 
... Inglis, John, railway clerk 
... Shepherd, Mrs Thomas 
15 Lamont, James B., clerk 
... Mdler, Peter, traveller 
... Young, Mrs Christina 
... M'Nair, Misses 
... Simpson, Misses 
... Paterson, Thos. W., bus driver 
... Stewart, John, machineman 
... Si vewright, David, motor mech. 
... Middleton, Alex., merchant 

17 Wood, James, cashier 
... Stewart, Mrs Mary 

... M'Leish, John, salesman 

... Martin, Mrs Jane 

... M'Kinuon, W. B., manager 

... Lindsay, Charles B., clerk 

. . . Williamson, Norman L. , draper 

... Keay, Mrs William 

18 Gorrie, Mrs Ann 

... Taylor, Robert, chauffeur 

... Smith, Thomas, foreman 

... Haxton, Mi^sHildred 

... Watson, Frederick, cashier 

... Symes, Anthony G., foreman 

... Rodger, Jessie B. 

... Coy le, Mrs, ladies' outfitter 

... Anderson, George F M., clerk 

. . . Thompson, Geo. D. , musicseller 



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Bellefield avenue— continued 
16 Irving, Da v. A. . engine repairer 
... Ford, Mrs Jessie 
... Keay, William, clerk 
... Nicol, Andrew, clerk 
... Stewart, William B., chauffeur 
... Morrison, W. D., enginedriver 
... Kinnear, Mrs M. 
14 Petrie, D. S., compositor 
... Hay, Norman, manager 
... Robertson, Wm. C, engraver 
. . . Henderson, D. , carpet salesman 
... Doughty, Percy, photographer 
... Cuthbert, Alex., compositor 
12 Miller, James, cashier 
... Trubi, William A. 
... Trubi, Miss, dressmaker 
... Johnston, W. T., clerk 
... Chalmers, Mrs Alexander 
... Murray, J. M. , waiter 
... Forbes, James L. , traveller 
... Paterson, Miss Mabel, tailoress 
... Johnston, William, grocer 
10 Gorrie, L. S., photo, operator 
... Stewart, Mrs Elizabeth J. 
... Cruickshanks, Miss M., shop 

assistant 
... Crichton, Francis R. 
... Pilkington, Edward P., clerk 
... Porteous, Wm., railway clerk 
... M'Naughton, Charles, clerk 
... England, George, jun., billiard 

room proprietor 
8 Morrison, Mrs George 
.. Glass, Robert, marine engineer 
.. Black. Mrs 

.. M'Mahon, Miss Annie S. 
.. Gow, Mrs Alexander F. 
.. Wilkie, David, clerk 
.. Robertson, J as. B., watchmkr. 
.. Birnie, James, waiter 
6 Mill, Thomas W. B., engineer 
.. Johnston, David K., grocer 
.. Dorward, Mrs Joan 
.. Shein, John, tailor 
.. Winton, Wm., railway guard 
.. Duncan, Alexander, clerk 
.. Peacock, A. E., representative 
4 Hill, Thomas, assistant janitor 
.. Massie, William, engineer 
.. Greenhill, Misses 
.. Borthwick, Mrs 
.. Henderson, George, clerk 
. . Taylor, John, locomotive supt 
.. Morley, Ernest, manager 
.. Fisher, John, hairdresser 
2 Farmer, Mrs Mary 
.. Milne, William, electrician 



2 Fyffe, James W. , draper 

... Cooper, David, joiner 

... Craig, Miss B. D., headmistress 

... Lindsay, James C, clerk 

... Davis, James W., musician 

... M'Gregor, Gregor, designer 

. . . Wallace, John D. , stationmstr. 

BELLFIELD STREET. 

HAWKHILL. 

1 Davis, J. J., garage 

28 Millar, Robert, salesman 
... M'Donald, William, birddealer 
... Jeffrey, Alexander, gen. dealer 
26 Forbes, Andrew, garage propr. 
22 Clark, Jas M., chimneysweep 
20 Hutton, James, brassmoulder 

18 Robertson, Mrs 

12 Alhambra Picture House ; 

Arthur Henderson, proptr. 

4 Fry, William, labourer 

2a Wilson, Root. A., licensedgrocr. 

2 Stewart, Adam, lorryman 

... Stewart, Margaret S., fur re- 
modeller 
... White, Richard, joiner 
... Clarke, Peter, vanman 

BELSIZE ROAD. 
White lodge— Mrs J. H. Halley 
Westwood — Chas. N. Thomson 

BENVIE ROAD. 

FYFFE STREET. 

1 Swan, James, barman 
... Matheson, David, enginedriver 
... Campbell, Miss 

3 Fleming, James H., tenter 

... Thomson, Hutchison, cinema 

operator 
... Bayne, Mrs Robert 
... Ower, James M., vanman 

5 Fyffe, George, carpetprinter 
... Keith, Dougall M., foreman 
... Ross, Mrs Agnes 

Black street here 
9 Ross, George L., boot repairer 

13 Duff, Mrs Helen 

... Fenton, John, milloverseer 

... Myles, Thomas 

... Bisset, William, traveller 

... Macdonald, John, plumber 

... Duff, David, vanman 

... Gow, Miss Florence, booksewer 

15 Croll, William 

17 Macdonald, Douglas, butcher 

19 Mennie, Alex. , home produce 
GLeyhorn street here 



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197 



23 Smith, Alfred, insurance agent 

... Fernie, Matthew 

... Ferguson, Duncan, cardriver 

... Hart, Henry, firewood mercht, 

25 Cairnie, David, mechanic 

... Leith, George, cardriver 

... Whyte, Mrs William 

. . . Whyte, Frank B. , dental surgn. 

... Black, Miss Barbara, fishmonger 

27 Muir, Thomas, Son, & Patton, 

Ltd., coal merchants 
... Cooper, J. Y. K., metalworker 
... Thow, Andrew W., mechanic 
... M'Donald, Mrs Jean, grocer 
27^Eastern Co-op. Soc. , Ltd. , grcrs. 

31 Lees, James, hairdresser 
. . . Ben vie Road Hall 

33 Blair, Miss Annie, grocer 
37 Gilchrist Bros., engineers 
41 Jack, David, secretary 

... Lawson, John, traveller 

... Stewart, A. C, clerk 

43 Scott, William S., compositor 

... Ferguson, David, enginedriver 

... Sinclair, Robert, brassmoulder 

... Crawford, John, labourer 

... Wood, George 

45 Kirkcaldy, James, postman 

... Wallace, D. F., clerk 

... Allen, Alfred, insurance agent 

... Thomas, David R., tenter 

... Harper,JohnR.,switchbrd.opr. 

47 Thomson, Fred 

... Ouchterlonie, John,hacklemkr. 

... Wallace, Edwin R. , conductor 

36 Morrison, Wm. D. , ironturner 

... M'Farlane, A., hosepipeweaver 

34 Smith, Robert, milloverseer 
... Kinloch, Alexander, joiner 
... Russell, Robert A., porter 
... M'Bain, D., cardriver 

... Thompson, John R., clerk 
... Hay, Mrs Andrew 

32 Knox, Alex. , calender foreman 
. . . Anderson, David, retired police 

sergeant 
30 Lairg, John M. , law cashier 
... Clark, David, motordriver 

28 Irving, Mrs Nettie, confectioner 
Pit/our street here 

Gleghorn street here 
20 Cowie, George, blacksmith 
... Stirton, William, settmaker 
... Myles, William, lamplighter 
... Mathewson, James, postman 
... Cairnie, John, tenter 
18 Sword, William, joiner 
... Wilson, David, plasterer 



18 Petrie, Fred, brassfinisher 
... Fraser, Walter, plumber 

... Drummond, William, painter 

14 Garden Works ; J. C. Duffus & 

Nephew, jutespinners 

12 Key, William, traveller 
... Cairnie, Finlay, labourer 
... Fraser, George, tenter 
10 Barr, Thomas, linesman 
... Dailly, William, fruiterer 
... Henderson, Mrs John 

8 Sutherland, George 
... Markie, Mrs P. 

6 Ogilvie, John, mechanic 
. . . Collins, Mrs Charles 
... M'Gregor, William, engineer 

4 MacDonald, Wallace, manager 
... Roxburgh, Robert, hairdresser 
... Roxburgh, W T m., milloverseer 
... Robb, James, butcher 

2 Ramsay, John, machineman 

BERNARD STREET. 

HAWKHILL. 

1 Knight, James, fish merchant 
... Knight, Miss Margt., confectr. 

13 M'Laren, Alexander, carter 

19 Handy, Joseph, shoemaker 
6 Anderson, Peter, tenter 

BINGHAM TERRACE. 

DALKEITH ROAD. 

1 Brand, Mrs Charles 
Dalkeith road here 

3 Gavine, Wm., box manufactr. 

5 Lichtscheidel, John, engineer 
21 Geddes, Isabella L., milliner 
... Geddes, Mrs W. 

46 Cleland, Miss 

44 Simpson, David 

42 Agnew, Thomas, solicitor 

38 Fyffe, David K., engineer 

36 Stevenson,A.T.(Thos.Cuthbert 

&Son) 
34 Fairweather, David W. 
32 Aimer, James, coffee merchant 
30 Crawford, R. W., engineer 
28 Low, John 
Gallowhill— 
Arthur Swayne, mar. gardener 

20 Davie, Thos. W. , dentalsurgeon 
18 Murray, Peter B., engineer 

16 Smith, Daniel K., clothier 

14 Malloch, John M. , civil enginr. 
12 Mason, Joseph Reed, upholst'r. 
10 Robertson, Wm. C. , plumber 
... Robertson, James M., plumber 



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Bingham terrace — continued 
8 The Anchorage — 

Charles Low Thomson 
6 Neish, Robert N. 
4 Anderson, W. F., journalist 
2 Lawson, John, musicseller 
Dalkeith road here 
Cliftonbank — 
Dr Margaret Scott Dickson 
Annie I. K. Dickson 
2ADavidson, John B., journalist 



BIRCHWOOD PLACE. 

LOGIE AVENUE. 

1 Stewart, John, telegraphist 

3 Middlemass, George, cutter 

5 Mitchell, George, jeweller 

7 Campbell, John, foreman fitter 
9 White, James F. , lino, operator 

11 Cargill, William, engineer 

13 Walker, William, compositor 

15 MacLean, Alex., bookbinder 

17 Smith, Albert D., fishmonger 

19 Dewar, William, engineer 

21 Anderson, Charles, traveller 

23 Coates, Edward, engineer 

25 Scott, Alexander, butcher 
... Scott, Thomas M., butcher 

27 Stewart, Peter, engineer 

29 Kidd, John B. , clerk 

31 Mather, Alexander, painter 
Logic avenue here 

40 Porter, Miss Jessie, superin- 
tendent 

38 Baxter, Thomas, millmanager 

36 Hood, John T., brush manu- 
facturer 

34 Reat, Robert, traveller 

32 Fairley, William, manager 

30 Forrest, James E., compositor 

28 Macnaughton, Alex. D., market 

correspondent 

26 Fox, Robert D., bank teller 

24 Alexander, George, butcher 

22 Campbell, Archibald, teacher 

20 Boyd, David C, lamplighter 

18 Pittillo, Mrs 

16 Scott, James 

14 Forrest, Robert, buyer 

12 Swan, Margaret, clerkess 

10 Melvin, Robert, grocer's mana- 
ger 

8 Cairns, Martin, insurance supt. 

6 Watson, James B., warehouse- 

man 

4 Abbot, Mary 

2 Symonds, John, marine enginr. 



BLACK STREET. 

BENVIE ROAD. 

19 Lawson, Mrs Lizzie 

... Borrie, William, joiner 

... Bowes, Charles, joiner 

... Somerville, James W., carter 

... Ross, George L. , boot repairer 

... Doig, Mrs Alex. S., stationer 

... Doig, Alexanders. 

20 Nicoll, William, carter 
... Petrie, Samuel, engineer 
... Thorns, William, painter 

BLACKNESS AVENUE. 

WEST END OF HAWKHILL. 

1 Gilchrist, Alexander, joiner 
... Dick, David, confectioner 
... Kay, Miss Christina 
... Munro,John,modernlanguages 

master 
... Barrie, Mrs John, babylinen 
... Macdonald, Robert, teacher 
... Thomson, George, manager 
... Potter, Charles 
... Pool, Stanley Y. 

3 Farrell, Miss Margaret 
... Isles, Miss 

... Smead, Harry, musical director 
... Smith, Mrs Alexander S. 
... MacGruer, Mrs William 
... Ore, Miss Jane 
... Mackay, Mrs A. 
... Glover, Miss Lily, fruiterer 
... M'Mahon, Mrs 

5 Main, John, traveller 
... Hovell, James, manager 
... Gillman, Horace, teacher 
... Dick, Miss Elizabeth 
... Mirley, John J., gardener 
,.. Cook, Arthur, retired R.N. 
... Cook, Miss H. J., teacher 
... M'Kinley, Mrs Maria 
Oowrie street here 

1 Phillip, Wdliam, gardener 
... Taylor, William S., secretary 
... Malcolm, Mrs Edward 
... Jeffrey, Mrs Mary 
... Williamson, Mrs John 
... Trotter, Alexander, goods agt. 
... Lesslie, Charles, cashier 
... Mackenzie, Robert, teacher 

9 Stephen, Ernest W., clerk 
... Kerr, Mrs D. S. 
... Kidd, Misses 
... Kidd, George E., agent 
. . . Kilgour, David, furniture buyer 
... Bird, Thomas, pianotuner 
... Bird, Miss M.M., music teacher 



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199 



9 Methveu, Andrew, produce 

agent 
... Campbell, Mrs 
11 Lorimer, James, traffic inspctr. 
13 Yule, George, shipmaster 
... Taylor, Miss Catherine 
... Darge, John, factor of town's 

property 
... Anton, John M., butcher 
... Bowie, Mrs John 
... Yeaman, John B., merchant 
15 Camrjbell, William, butcher 
17 Duncan, Mrs W. G. 
19 Watson, Andrew, engraver 
... Robertson, Andrew 
. . . Stiven, Richard C. , oil merchant 
. . . Black, Hugh F. , produce mer, 
Graham, R. B., shipping agent 
Lytton street here 
23 Cuthbert, Mrs Margaret 
... Keir, Robert, traveller 
... Millar, John R., tea merchant 
... Crystal, Mrs Christina 
... Scotland, Miss F. J. 
... Phillips, Mrs David 
... Farquharson, Miss Lena 
25 Banks, Miss, teacher 
... W r ilson, David, clerk 
... Petrie, Thomas, manager 
... Duncan, Mrs Agnes 
... Geekie, George, joiner 
... Wallace, Mrs W. 
... Kidd, Mrs Jane 
27 Dryden, Alex.,marketgardener 

Gorso street here 
29 Peebles, Mrs Thomas 
... Latto, David, manager 
. . . Cuthill, Robert M. , telegraphist 
... Bremer, Mrs Anna 
... Johnston, Jas. H. C, journalist 
... Sutherland, James A., litho 

graphic overseer 
31 Wallace, J. Murdoch, baker 
... Lamb, David S., secretary 
... Matthew, WilliamW., stationer 
. . . Lawrence, James P. , clerk 
... Matthews, J. P., manager 
... Forbes, Hugh, plumber 

Abbots ford place here 
33 M'Donald, Mrs Amelia 
. . . Stevenson, Alexander, ironmgr 
... Geekie, Mrs Isabella 
... Florence, Alexander, licensed 

grocer * 
... Caldwell, George F. , waste mer 
... M'Intosh, Miss Minnie F. 

cinema proprietrix 
... M'Intosh, Mrs, cinema proprx 



35 Scott, William D., bank teller 
Carrie, Cyril Y. N. , accountant 
Watson, Mrs R. N. 
Williams, David, art master 
Lorimer, C. D., baker 
51 Greig, Miss 
.. Tully, Patrick, clerk 
. . Wilson, Robert A. ,licsed. grocer 
.. Nixon, Mrs Janet 
. . Fen wick, Stewart, represent've 
.. Wallace, William J., manager 
.. Reid, William A., clerk 
.. Brown, T. K., chemist 
.. Smith, Thomas M. Y., clerk 

Seymour street here 
63 Simmers, Frank R., journalist 
65 Buchan, James, journalist 
67 Smith, Patrick, fishmonger 

69 M'Intosh, Robert G. 

71 Harvey, William, journalist 
73 Durkie, Mrs Margaret 

75 Robertson, Miss 
Hyndford street here 

77 Thomson, John, solicitor 
79 Smail, Herbert M., architect 

81 Marshall, James H. 

83 Fleming, John H. , wareh'seman 
85 Kippen, Mrs Jessie 
87 Gordon, Thos., licensed grocer 
89 Martin, William D., lecturer 
91 Robertson, J. W., pharmacist 
93 Mount Pleasant — 

Alexander A. Leslie, grocer 
97 Simpson, William A., jeweller 
... Sime, Mrs George M. 
99 Flanagan, Thos. E., music tchr. 

Blackness road here 

Hillcrest road here 

82 Morgan, Dr John 

76 Sutherland-Gr£eme, Very Rev. 

Provost K.M. 

72 Buchan, Misses 

70 Viewfield— 

Frank Kennedy, spirit mer. 
Hyndford street here 
Seymour street here 
Blackness Nursery — 

Jas. Laurie & Son, gardeners 
Shaftesbury terrace here 
St John's (Cross) Church 
Shaftesbury road here 
Blackness Free Library 

BLACKNESS KOAD. 
7 M'Hardy, C, ironmonger 
11 Moir, Andrew R., grocer 
27 Lannen, Albert, spirit mercht. 
Daniel street here 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



Blackness road— continued 
31 M'Millan, Wm., fish restaurant 
35 Blackness Halls 
39 M'Intosh, J., church-officer 
41 Wilkie, Ewan, whsle. confect. 
43 Stewart, Thomas, butcher 
45 M'Lean, Joseph, plumber 
... Smith, Michael, assist, suprdt 
47 Quiii, Joseph, provision mercht 
49 Duffy, Andrew, hairdresser 
53 M'Cabe, Peter, baker 

Urquhart street here 
71 Blackness Foundry ; Urquhart 
Lindsay & Robertson Orchar. 
Ltd. , engineers 
Edward street here 
123 Bruce, James, plumber 
... Hamilton, George, electrician 
... Elder, Mrs 
... Colville, Mrs David 
125 Raffin, Miss Lizzie, tobacconist 

Cherryfield lane here 
127 Ogilvie, William S., grocer 
129 Spence, Alexander, confectnr. 
131 Ross, D. Dall, hairdresser 
135 Robertson, Wm., tobacconist 
137 Cherryfield Mission Hall 
145 Malone, Thomas, boot repairer 
147 Rossi, Peter, fish restaurant 
147iPacione, John, confectioner 

Forest Park road here 
149 Thorns, Miss A. F. C, chemist 
151 Smith, Mrs Jane, confectioner 
153 How, George M. , butcher 
155 Nicoll, Wm. L. , hardware mer. 
161 Blackness Public School — 
Robert J. Jack, headmaster 
Stewart Williamson, caretaker 
169 Taylor, George, fruiterer 
177 Fletcher, Edward, tailor 
177ASmith, Patrick, fishmonger 
179ABeedie, James 
... Beedie, Robert, coal merchant 
... Conacher,John,&Son, plumbers 
179 Good, James, licensed grocer 
... Cruickshank, Bernard, baker 
181 Robertson, J. W., pharmacist 
183 MacLeod,MalcolmC.,Sub-P.O. 
185 M'Cabe, Peter, baker 
187 Grant, Wm., & Son, butchers 
189 Tomlinson, George, confectnr. 
191 Johnston's Stores, Ltd. , grocers 
193 Morrison, Thomson, tailor 
.. Topping, Alexander, dairyman 
... Burness, David, foreman 
Bosejield street here 
199 Chambers, B. S. , stationer 
201 Jolly, R., confectioner 



203 Michie, Lawrence P., chemist 
Logie Central School — 
John L. Peters, headmaster 
Thomas Baxter, caretaker 
Glenagnes road here 

215 Wallace, James M., baker 

217 Lamond, Andrew, dairyman 
... Petrie, John, coal merchant 

219 M'Intosh, Miss Jane, laundress 
... Muir, Mrs James 

229 Hili, J. M., newsagent 

237 Coupar, Thomas, motordriver 

241 Noble, Frank, busdriver 

243 Griffiths, James, traveller 

247 Marshall, Edward, mechanic 
... Malcolm, Miss Mary 
... Lawson, Andrew, collector 
... Petrie, John D., baker 

249 Ferguson, Hugh, joiner 
... Buntin, William, clerk 
... Cameron, James, carter 

251 Birrell, Miss M. F., draper 

253 Gonnella, L. , engineer 
... Paterson, James 
... Howe, Harry, engineer 

255 Cochrane, Thomas, grocer 
Ashbank road here 

259 Sherret, George, clerk 
... Adams, George, overseer 
... Robertson, D., goods checker 
... MTntyre, Mrs, music teacher 
... Taylor, Henrietta, apartments 
... Donald, James R. , postman 
. . . Wallace, John L. , painter 

261 Stuart, Miss Helen, newsagent 
... Young, Miss Helen 
... Wilkie, Miss, teacher 
... Young. Mrs Thomas 
... Baird, Misses M.&M., fish mer. 
... Fitchet. David S., ret. teacher 

263 Baird, Marjory S. 
... Dempster, Miss M. J., dairykpr. 
... Dick, Miss 
. . . Petrie, Miss Annie 
... Edwards, Mrs Mary 
. . . Butchart, Misses J. &M. , drapers 

265 Millar, James M., clerk 
. Scott, William, joiner 
. Craik, A. M., clerk 
. Low, Margt. M. , confectioner 

267 Young, William, moulder 
. Allardyce, James, joiner 
... Taylor, Sarah A., teacher 
... M'Intosh, David, brassfounder 
... Buttar, Robert, ironturner 
... Young, Mrs Alexander 

269 Petrie, James B., clerk 
... Findlay, Geo., police inspector 



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201 



269 Brown, John, tramdriver 
... Imrie, David, postman 
... Howitt, James, manager 
... Tarbat, Miss, teacher 
... Wilson, Walter, constable 

271 Paton, Miss 
... Sloan, George, mechanic 
... Kettles, John B. , clerk 
Elm street here 

275 Paterson, George D. , printer 
... M'Farlane, William, dentist 
... M'Farlane, George 
. . . Nicoll, William L. , cashier 
... Allen, Hendry, printer 
... Burnett, David, baker 

277 Bruce, Mrs Robert 

279 Samson, Miss Margaret 

281 How, Mrs 
... Matthew, Mrs Alexander 
... Hutton, Misses 
... Wylie, Miss 

... Macintosh, Alex. E.,confectnr 
... Tosh, James, police inspector 

283 Milne, Robert, clerk 

285 M'lnroy, Mrs John 

287 Douglas, R. S. 
... Milne, Miss 

. . . Anderson , Frank M, , coal mcht 
... Swan, Thomas, law clerk 
... Grant, Miss J. A. 

289 Grant, Duncan K. 

291 Neill, Mrs William 

293 Barron, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Anderson, Mrs Helen 
... Speed, Alexander 
... Young, D., tailor 
. . . Carstairs, Wm. , educatn. officer 
... Hood, Jas. H., resident secy. 

295 Baxter, Mrs Robert 
Balyay road here 

303 Victoria Park lodge— 

Robert Milne, gardener 
Jedburgh road here 

305 Kilchoan — Mrs Sime 

307 Brown, Dr Francis P>. 

309 Balgay Girls' School- 
Miss A. C. Fleming, head- 
mistress ; Joseph Carrie, 
gardener 

311 Isabank — 

David K. Milne, millfurnisher 

313 Davidson, Mrs T. M. 

315 Hunter, David 

317 Mills, Misses E. and M. 

319 Clifton— Mrs A. W. Stiven 

321 Lumsden, Mrs David 

323 St Anne's— 

Mrs John B. M'Ewan 
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Tayvalloch — 

George B. M'Fadzen, engineer 
The Gap— Thos. R. M'Dougall, 

housefactor 
Fir Neuk— Mrs D. R. Stiven 
Grant, Mrs W. 
Cruickshank, Alexander, spirit 

merchant 
Lenore — 

David Rollo, waste merchant 
Peattie, Norman, salesman 
Young, David G., engineer 
Wallace, D. W., baker 
Wilson, James 

M'Glashan, Henry, fish mercht. 
Cawthorne, Mrs Mary F. 
M'Gregor, Miss Elizabeth 
Dunard — James C. Osier 
Watson, Mrs Margaret 
Elliot road 

Dundee Women's Hospital ; 
Miss Clark, matron 

Harris Academy Recreation 
Ground 
Mains of Balgay — 

George M 'Donald, farmer 
Royal Victoria Hospital — 

Miss Watson, matron 

P. S. Kennedy, lodgekeeper 
Seafield — 

D. S. Pithie, timber merchant 
Miller, Robert, butcher 
Hutchison, Edward 
Oxford street here 
Hamilton, George G. 
Allen, Mrs Charles J. 
Watson, Andrew, millmanager 
Grewar, John, insur. inspector 
The Shielan — 

David M 'Call, lecturer 
The Wattles- 
Mrs William Ferrar 
Finnigan, Misses 
Inisfail — 

Misses M. & K. Girrity 
Fleming, John S. 
Harrow street here 
Wybrants, Miss Margaret A. 
Nicoll, Miss Margaret 
Olamis road here 
Barry, Arthur E. , timber mer. 
Johnston, Harry, grocer 
Balcairn — Mrs Wm. Rettie 
Redcroft — 

Arthur F. Guild, stockbroker 

Robert Dodds, gardener 
Braeknowe — 

W. Moir Scott, manufacturer 



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Blackness road — continued 
426 Drummond, Henry, decorator 
... Drummond, Miss Ethel, music 
teacher 
424 Carsegray — 

John Macdonald, teacher 

William Macdonald, merchant 
422 Carselea — 

Thos. S. Murray, science mstr. 

Mrs Helen Macpherson 
420 Westgrove — 

James M. Wallace, baker 

Westgrove avenue here 
Norwood crescent here 
394 Wallace, Misses M. and I. 
392 Pullar, Peter, dairyman 
390 Eggo, Edward, gardener 

Scotswood terrace [See West- 
park road) 
372 Hillcrest Bowling Green 
370 Robertson, Miss J., hairdresser 

... Robertson, G. S. B. , chemist 
356 Williamson, Mrs John 
354 Angus, Miss Mary 
344 Thomson, Mrs Joseph 
342 Ardgowan — 

Mrs D. D. Robertson 
340 Nairn, Alfred M., manufac- 
turer 
338 Bartlett, Rev. Henry M. 
336 Ardcoille— Mrs D. R. Wallace 
334 Robertson, Mrs Andrew 
332 Webster, Mrs James 
330 Millar, Mrs J. T. G. 
328 Keill, Miss 
326 Scott, James 
324 Whyte, Miss Margaret 
322 Arthur, Mrs W. F. 
320 Craigower — 

Miss Cecilia A. Stewart 
316 Paterson, Dr Edward A. 

Blackness avenue here 
308 Bennett, Thomas, bootmaker 
306 Graham, Mrs Marjory 
304 Donaghey, Miss S. J., chemist 
302 Fraser, Mrs E. 
300 Wallace, Mrs Harry 
Hyndford street here 
296 Kirkcaldy, Mrs Robert 
294 Ethiebank— 

John Kennedy, wine merchant 
292 Boath, Miss Betsy S. 

... Smith, MissB., tobacconist 
290 Broatch, J. A., ironmonger 
288 Drumard— 

John Robertson, aerated water 
manufacturer 
286 Slimman, Fred, lathsplitter 



284 Moraylea— 

Mrs Mary J. Melville 

282 M'Hardy, Mrs Rebecca S. 

280 Gorrie, Peter, dental surgeon 
Seymour street here 

274 Anderson, Andrew, retd. cashier 
... Conacher, JohnR., plumber 
... M'Donald, David, clerk 
... Small, Harry, joiner 
... Fearn, James, joiner 
... Burnett, Alexander, saddler 
... Baird, James, butcher 
... Fullerton, Mrs George 
... Craig, Mrs John 
... Smith, Mrs Andrew 

272 Winton, David B., grain mer. 
... Mitchell, Mrs G. , poultrydealer 
... Greer, J. M., joiner 
... Young, Mrs Margaret 
... M'Cartney, William, clerk 
... Gauld, Arch., patternmaker 

270 Miln, Mrs M. 
... M'Naughton, David, mason 
... Allan, William, woodturner 
... Drummond, Miss Joan H. 
... Moodie, James, enginedriver 

268 Corrigan, Bernard, waiter 
. . . Allan, Mrs Mary 
... Ogilvie, John, enginedriver 
... Patterson, John, butcher 
... Gow, Alexander, carrier 
... Allan, Joseph, fishmonger 

266 Watson, Thomas O., grocer 
... Tomlinson, George, confectnr. 
... Duncan, Mrs C. 
... Bryson, Mrs 
... M'Kenzie, Mrs Agnes 
... Watson, Mrs James 

264AThomson, A. P., secretary 
.. Hebenton, George, engineer 
.. Armstrong, Mrs Lillian 
. Beedie, James, shopfitter 
.. Mitchell, Mrs A. 
.. Cuthbert, Peter Y., mechanic 

264 Fleming, John, grocer 

262 Officer, Robert, clerk 
... Fenwick, Peter, wine mercht. 
... Brown, James G., compositor 
... Brown, Norman, photographic 

dealer 
... Petrie, Robert 
... Forbes, John, foreman 
... Bruce, Alex., milk salesman 

260 Watson, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Cunningham, Mrs J., fruiterer 
... Duncan, Alex., police sergeant 
... Connelly, Edward, cal'nderwkr. 
... Graham, Mrs Janet 



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260 Flood, John 
... Shepherd, Margaret 

258 Mollison, Charles mechanic 
... Cassie, Mrs William 
... Kdnie, Andrew W., engineer 
. . . Millar, Miss Margaret 
... Cuthbert, Duncan, compositor 
... Milne, Leslie, chauffeur 
... Cuthbert, Misses E. and A. 
... Cuthbert, Robert S., clerk 

256 Quirk, William, compositor 
... Brown, James E., enginedriver 
... Wilson, Mrs Andrew 
. . . Hetherington, Alex. , hairdr'ser 

254 Mawhinney, Jas., coal mercht. 
. . . Barclay, Agnes, pot'd meatmfr. 
... Kinmond, John S., clerk 
... Bennett, Mrs 
... Robb, Allan, chauffeur 

252 Wood, Mrs Charles 
. . . Davidson, Alex. L. , timekeeper 
... Brodie, George H., ironturner 
... Douglas, Miss Fanny 
... Campbell, William, retd. police 

inspector 
... Boland, Miss R. 

250 Chalmers, Charles, mechanic 
... Matthew, David, enginedriver 
... M'Kenzie, Andrew, woodturner 
... Brown, John, plumber 
... Ruxton, James, lino, operator 
... Findlay, William Watt, painter 
. . . Ireland, Mrs Catherine 

248 Boswell, Mrs John 
... Smith, Frederick, chauffeur 
... Cuthbert, William, confect'nr. 

246 Lister, Charles, ex-police insptr. 
... Wood, Miss Jeanie, draper 
... Turner, Geo. W., enginedriver 
. . . Watson, Mrs Jane 

244 Hill, R. B. 
... Wynd, Miss Jessie 
... Petrie, James, joiner 
... Mitchell, Miss Jessie, grocer 
... Pullar, Alexander, salesman 
... Boath, Robert, painter 

242 Thomson, John, grocer 
A bbotsford street here 

236 Ingram, J. R. , baker 

234 Black, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Ramsay, Clement, painter 
... Adam, James F., joiner 
... Hood, George, brush manufctr, 
... Smith, George, shipkeeper 
... Keddie, David, baker 
... M'Nicoll, David, draper 
... Davidson, James, plumber 
. . . Beveridge, Andrew, wareh'smn 



232 Barclay, A., painter 

... Forbes, William, boot repairer 

... Fyfe, Alexander, joiner 
230 Dougall, James, shoemaker 
228 Nicoll, David, jun., confectioner 
226 Nicoll, Peter, salesman 

... Walker, Charles, chauffeur 

... MacQuate, John, painter 
222 Rossi, Peter, restaurateur 
220 Watson, Thomas, overseer 

... Anton, John, cardriver 

... Strachan, Mrs Georgina, baker 

... Nicoll, David, confectioner 
218 Landsburgh Brothers, grocers 

Peddle street here 
216 Kidd, Andrew G., Ltd., bakers 
212 Brown, Mrs Andrew 

. . . Brown, Miss Jessie, confectionr. 

... Stewart, Thomas, plumber 
210 Leslie, Alexander A., grocer 
208 Wilkie, Miss Nettie A. , draper 
206 Downie. James, engineer 

... Jack, Alexander, calender wrkr. 
204ASteel, George, bootmaker 
204 Coleman, Patrick, fruiterer 
202 Webster, David, butcher 
200 Webster, Frank, overseer 

... Cappucci, L., restaurateur 

. . . Taylor, Mrs Jessie 

... Robertson, Mrs Isabella 
198 Simpson, W. A., jeweller 
196 Robb, Eleanor, dairykeeper 
194 Anderson, Mrs William 

... Ward, Thomas, fruiterer 

... M'Kinnes, Mrs John 
192 Amatruda, Camillo, confectnr. 
190 Watson, Thomas O., grocer 

Blackness street here 
188 M'Nicoll, D. B., tailor 
186 Fyffe, Mrs John 

... Hill, Charles, lo'motive fireman 

... Finnan, Mrs 
184 Elder, Miss H. C, draper 
182 Cappucci, L. , restaurateur 
180 Hughes, Charles, craneman 

... Gibson, Robert, tenter 
178 Robertson, Misses, grocers 
176 Wilson, Helen, grocer 
174 Smith, James, joiner 

... Broadley, Charles, tailor 

... Macintosh, Mrs E., newsagent 
172 Baird, Misses, fish merchants 
170 Alexander, David C, butcher 
168 Page, Alexander, dairykeeper 
166 Wallace, James M., baker 
164 Powrie, Thomas, lie. grocer 
Annfield road here 
Ure street here 



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Blackness road — continued 

132 Visocchi, John, confectioner 

130 Mill, J. & M., confectioners 

Bellfield street here 
126 St Joseph's R.C. Girls' School 

Wilkie's lane here 
1 04 Fitzpatrick , T hos. , spirit mrcht 
Watson's lane here 
88 Franchi, Peter, confectioner 
86 M'Mahon, Colin, jun., newsagt 
84 Benedetti, Joseph, & Son, fish 

restaurant 
82 Coutts, Nan, confectioner 
78 Grimes, Edward, grocer 
76 Cuthbert, Mrs, pawnbroker 
74 Wallace, J. Murdoch, baker 
70aM 'Govern, Thomas V., grocer 
68ABlack. John, joiner 
68 Retigan, E., tailor 
66 Connelly, Miss Agnes, broker 
62 Nicoll, Mrs H., dairy prod.dlr 
60 Whittle, Alexander 
56 Forbes, William, boot repairer 
52 Davidson, Mrs Jane, stationer 
50 Malangone, L., confectioner 

Kincardine street here 
46 Hill, Alex. L., licensed grocer 
44 M'Elwee, John, warehouseman 
... Duncan, R. ,manufacturers'agt 
42 Hill, William L., houseagent 
38 M'Ritchie, Mrs Mary 
... Falconer, John, chauffeur 
... M'Lawrie, Mrs Ann 
36 Low, W.,&Co., Ltd., wh. grocers 
8 Ambrose, Mrs L. , restaurateu 

6 Keillor, Frederick, newsagent 
4 Duffy, James, hairdresser 

2 Cameron, William 

BLACKNESS STREET. 

BLACKNESS ROAD. 

1 Mill, James, beamer 
... Watson, William 
... Robertson, Mrs 
... Norrie, Alexander, stationer 
... Amatruda, Camillo, restauratr. 

3 Adams, Frank J., ironmonger 

7 Gray, James, calenderworker 
... Gunn, John 

... Mullen, Miss Annie 

11 Small, Robert R. , ironplaner 

... Dwyer, Benjamin, ironmould'r 

... Martin, Mrs George G. 

... Eaton, John, storekeeper 

13 Ramsay, David, joiner 

... Martin, Dan, storekeeper 

... Ramsay, Isabella 

15 Bissett, Francis, beltmaker 



15 Money, Andrew, jute batcher 

... Phin, Mrs 

17 Waddell, John, machineman 

... Moncur, James, attendant 

... Younger, Thomas, joiner 

19 Inverarity, Mrs 

21 Strachan & Matthew, wholesale 

confectioners 
10 Davis, Wilfred, engineer 
lOiKinnear, Albert, yarndresser 

6 Mitchell, James, barman 
... Braniff, Thomas, sawyer 

4 Peebles, D., grocer 

BLACKSCEOFT. 

St Roque's Branch Library 
57 St Roque's Mission Church 
59 Scott, Alex., oilcakeworker 
... Kelly, Alexander, riveter 
... Smith, Alexander, enginedriver 
... M'Ginnes, John 
69 Burns, James, labourer 
... Guthrie, Mrs 
71 Reid, David, & Sons, butchers 

73 Wilkie, William, motordriver 
... Pope, James, confectioner 

... Brady, Philip, labourer 
... Dawson, Chris., electrician 
75 M'Laren, Mrs Jas., confectioner 

77 Maher, MrsM., confectioner 
79 Ferrier, Wm., gas inspector 
... Stibbles, Charles, joiner 

81 Winter, MissS. J., draper 

83 Croal, James F., grocer 

85 Gavine, John, engineer 
... Grieve, Peter, foreman 
... Ferguson, Mrs George 
85APattullo, J. & J., painters 
89 O'Connell, Mrs H., grocer 

111 Donald, James, mill porter 
113 Millar, Watson 
117 Robertson, David A., grocer 
117BSacco, Geatano, confectioner 
119ABrown, John, furniture dealer 
121 Craig, William, fruiterer 
Peep-o'-Day lane here 
Wallace street here 
108 Dickson, Wm. G., pawnbroker 
102 Swinton, William C, wine mer- 
chant 
98 Adams, George E., plater 
94 Dunn, Alex., wine merchant 
88 Marshall, Miss Jane, confectnr. 

86 Lucibel, Nichol, restaurateur 

84 Cowans, Robert 

82 M' Nab, William, stationer 

78 Cowie, Mrs May, dressmaker 

74 Edwards, Miss B., confectioner 



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72 Kennedy, Bert., confectioner 
70 Anderson, Mrs G. , fruiterer 
68 Nichols, Edward, grocer 

Middle street here 
66 Tyrie, George J. W., baker 
64 Ferguson, Mrs E., confectioner 
62 Anderson, Robert, plumber 
... M'Ara, Andrew 
58 Brown, Robert, grocer 
56 M'Kenzie, Frederick, plasterer 

54 Devaney, James, hairdresser 
52 Scully, John, coal merchant 
50 M'Mahon, David, ironmonger 
48 Mitchell, John 

46 Phillips, G. 

. . . Pearl Steam Laundry receiving 

office 
42 Fyffe, Angus, confectioner 
40 Canning, Mrs A., confectioner 
36 Brown, George, shoemaker 
26 Gillanders, Robt., bagpipe mkr. 
24 Law, D. & G., slaters 
20 Duff, David L. , spirit merchant 

Dens street here 
14 Macdonald, D. J. , Ltd. , enginrs. 

2 Wilson & Sons (Dundee), Ltd., 

seedcrushers 

BLINSHALL STREET. 

BROOK STREET. 

3 Soave, Antonia, confectioner 
... Duffy, Andrew, hairdresser 
... Rodger, David, fruiterer 

7 Ireland, Wm., church-officer 
IIS. Mary Magdalene's Church 
17 Wallace, Wm., motor engineer 

Guthrie street here 
Miln street here 
Douglas street here 

47 Bottle Exchange, goods en- 

trance 

55 Archibald, James, carter 
Miln Street Mill ; John Sharp 

& Sons, Ltd., spinners 

Miln street here 

Guthrie street here 
10 Kinmond, Mrs 
... Emslie, Wm., police constable 
... Emslie, Miss I., tobacconist 
... Watson, Charles, messenger 
... Bates, William 

8 Mills, Mrs 

... Ferrier, John, taxidriver 
... Martin, Robert, vanman 

BLYTH STREET. 

CITY ROAD. 

5 Dewar, Alexander 
7 Anderson, Robert 



13 Jack, Miss Betsy 

15 Silvester, Edward 

17 Anderson, William, clerk 

19 Hackney, James, mechanic 
28 Murray, Mrs Alexander 

24 Taylor, Jos. W., motor repairer 
22 Richmond, Mrs 

20 Bruce, Mrs 

18 Connell, Mrs Thomas 

16 Blyth, Miss Jessie 

14 Niven, William, cardriver 
12 Ewan, Mrs 

10 Dick, A. K., joiner 

8 Harvey, A. R., stampcutter 

6 Anderson, Mrs M. 

BONNYBANK ROAD. 

VICTORIA ROAD. 

1 Constable, George, blacksmith 

... Duncan, George, mason 

... Smith, Mrs 

... Ewing, Albert, manager 

... M'Gregor, Alexander, docker 

3 Blair, John, salesman 

... Spalding, Alex., blacksmith 

... Will, James R., tenter 

... Johnston, John, baker 

... Smart, David R., docker 

... Mace wan, Mrs Lena 

5 Stephen, Mrs Johan 

... Gilchrist, Robert, joiner 

... Fraser, Mrs James 

7 Devlin, Edward, bootmaker 
... Gibb, Alexander, ironturner 
... Lawson, Alexander, mechanic 
... Ormond, Elizabeth, newsagent 
. . . Campbell, JohnD., elec. engineer 

9 Cooper, George, dairykeeper 
... M'Cann, Joseph, chemist 

... Smith, Mrs 

11 Macara, Mrs Malcolm 
... M'Ara, Miss B., teacher 
... Spence, John M. 

... Davidson, Miss 
... Greig, George, warehouseman 
... Paterson, N. L., fruiterer 
... Townsen, Joseph, dairyman 
Nelson terrace here 

17 Tullo, Robert, dairyman 

19 Blossom house — 

David S. Anderson, produce 
merchant 
Taylor, David, clerk 
Kinnear, Mrs James 
Marshall, Alexander, draper 
Green, Arthur, engineman 
Morris, David 
Thomson, Wm. P., joiner 



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Bonnybank road — continued 
23 Mills, James, stableman 
... Duncan, Mrs Jane F. 
... Kidd, David H., gymnastic 

instructor 
25 Beat, Mrs R., fish merchant 
29 Hinton, Misses 
.. Ritchie, Alex. A., draper 
.. Clark, Alexander, boilermaker 
.. Gauld, James A., sack printer 
.. Ritchie, Margaret, draper 
.. Fallan, James, caretaker 
... Fallan, Mrs A., fruiterer 

M' Pherson , Archibald, overseer 
Soppit, William, motordriver 

20 Tivoli Theatre ; W. S. Edward, 

proprietor 

BRADBURY STREET. 

DOWNFIELD. 

1 Coutts, Miss 
3 Coupar, John J. , sorter 
5 M'Farlane, Alex. R. , journalist 
7 Low, Alex. R., coal merchant 
9 Smith, Mrs George L. 
11 Golder, Matthew 

BRANTWOOD AVENUE. 
LOONS ROAD. 

1 Mudie, David M., clerk 
3 Stewart, Hector, baker 
5 Moffat, James, superintendent 
7 Stenhouse, William, mechanic 
9 Elliott, Horace, electr. engineer 
11 Craig, John, foreman 
15 Macdonald, Alex., overseer 
17 Knight, Miss Mary 
19 Wilson, John, confectioner 

21 Carroll, Stephen, plasterer 

23 wer, Robt. , j un . , wareh 'seman 

25 Milne, Mrs Ann 

27 Mudie, John, labourer 

29 Keddie, Philip, warehouseman 

Harlow place here 
3 1 M 'Diarmid, Da v id, sortingclerk 

33 Yeaman, Mrs Eliza 

35 Smart, Mrs Robert 
39 Ower, Mrs Elizabeth 

41 Johnston, Robert, grocer 
43 Morrison, William, draper 
45 Webb, K. Douglas, fish merch. 
47 Wanless, Alex.,insur. inspectr. 
49 Taylor, Wm. , timekeeper 
51 Richardson, Alex., milloversr. 
53 Watt, Frederick 
59 Donachie, James, pavior 

36 Kewall, Mrs Elizabeth 

34 Martin, Robert, enginedriver 



30 Jackson, Walter S., clerk 
28 Roberts, George, engineer 
26 Hendry, Ogilvie 
22 Hampton, D. , laboratory wkr. 

20 Crichton, David, baker 

18 D'All, Alex., frenchpolisher 

16 Neish, Reginald J., clerk 

14 Watson, Mrs Agnes, dairykpr. 
12 MacDougall, Daniel, accountant 
10 Peebles, David, overseer 

8 Davidson, Douglas K., enginr. 

6 Bulloch, William, engineer 

4 Buik, Andrew, secretary 
2 Myles, H. G., engineer 

BRIDGE LANE. 

BARNHILL. 

5 Wilcox, John 

10 Macintosh, Misses M. and B. 

8 Thomson, Thos., consult, engr. 

6 Sunnybank — James A. Braith- 

waite, tea merchant 

4 Russell, James, bank clerk 
2 Cameron, Donald, tailor 

BRIDGE STREET. 

BARNHILL. 

1 Kidd, David, shipmaster 

5 Allan, Alexander, vulcanist 

7 Patterson, Hugh 

9 Birse, George C. 

8 Moir, George, grocer 

2AThe Neuk— Wyllie C. Hillocks 

BRIGHT STREET. 

LOCHEE. 

17 Bell, Fred. J., mech. manager 
... M'Lean, William, head porter 
... Fairweather, Nor. L., manager 

19 M 'Donald, Alex., manager 

21 Lees, Rev. John 
Harefield road here 
Toftkill here 

14 Anton, George, baker 
12 Lochee Baptist Church 
10 Rosemount — 

John L. Doig, chemist 

Dr Dorothy Doig 

6 Leitch, George 

. Hunt, J. C., butcher 
. Beat, George M., cycle agent 
4 Geekie, Wru., draper's assist. 
Henderson, Wm. , motor mech. 
Stott, James, grocer 
Ireland, Frederick G., fitter 

2 Fegen, Adam B. , machineman 
. Whitcombe, James, plumber 

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2 Wilson, Robt. , frenchpolisher 

.. Morrison, Mrs William 

.. Cook, James S. , yard inspector 

.. Lamond. Peter, joiner 

.. M'Donald, Miss, dressmaker 

.. Cownie, David, engineer 

BROOK STREET. 

WESTPORT. 

1 Davie, Thomas, grocer 
5 Paterson, John P., plumber 
7 Bonar, Peter, newsagent 
11 Wallace, James M., baker 

Session street here 
13 Cook, Mrs Mary, hardware mer. 
19 Ferguson, Jas. R. ,housefurnshr. 
23 Farrell, James, pawnbroker 
29 Marshall, Mrs, general dealer 
31 Garrigan, Thomas, labourer 
... Tully, Bridget 
... Hird, Margaret 
... Grady, James, waiter 
33 Franks, Mrs Sarah, tobacconist 
35 Mochan, Miss Catherine, broker 
41 Scott, John, hairdresser 
43 M'Intyre,MrsCath., waste mer. 
45 Brown, David, tobacconist 
47 Soave, A., confectioner 

Blinshall street here 
49 Watt, A. & R., coal merchants 
51 Finlay, John, tinsmith 
53 Martin, Jas. S., motor engineer 
59 Leslie, H. W., fishmonger 
61 Cassidy, Patrick, hairdresser 
63 Clark, Philip, draper 
65 Marshall, Peter, dairy produce 
67 Walker, John, hairdresser 
71 Hall, Mrs Jessie, confectioner 
73 Drummond, A., butcher 
77 Murray, Peter, broker 
81 Sardella, Angelo,fishrestaurnt. 

Horsewater ivynd here 
85 Gibbons, Albert, confectioner 
87 M'Hugh, Edward, undertaker 
89 M'Mahon, Joseph, gasfitter 
91 Henderson, Wm. B., grocer 
93 Wallace, Davidson, bookseller 

Guthrie street here 
133 Duncan, MrsG., furniture dlr. 
135 Duncan, Samuel, birddealer 
151 Waterston, Chris., fruiterer 
153 Schiavetta, A., fish restaurateur 
157 Malloy, John J., wine mercht 
161 Deas, John, boot repairer 
165 Hunt, Hugh, waste merchant 
167 Bradley, Henry, wine mercht. 

Milne's East ivynd here 
173 Kennedy, Mrs Jessie, confectnr 



177 Mann, Mrs L. , newsagent 

179 Forfarshire Meat Co. 

18L Wilson, Daniel P. , hairdresser 
Milne's West ivynd here 

201 Victoria Spinning Co., Ltd., 
jutespinners; David B. Hill, 
manager 

Lower Pleasance here 
205 Logie Works ; Jas. Robertson & 
Co., Ltd., manufacturers 
Polepark road here 
Edward street here 

202 Walton Jute Works ; John N. 

Kyd & Co. , Ltd. , jutespinners 
200 Coyle, Charles, manager 
194 Western Police Station 
192 Brown, Mrs A. 

... Sorrie, William, police constable 
188 New City Loan Co. ; Misses Duff 
186 Wallace, Mrs Martha, confectr. 
184 Rossi, D. O., Italian ware- 
houseman 
182 Langlands, Peter, confectioner 

180 Meadowside Butter Co. 

176 Hunt, Mrs H, gent, 's wardrobe 
174 Donachey, Mrs E, ladies' w'robe 

Walton street here 

Urquhart street here 
172 Johnston's Stores, Ltd., grocers 
168 M 'Mahon, Terence, confectioner 
164 Walsh, Mrs, butcher 
162 M'Donald, Mrs Jean, grocer 
160 Mollison, Ernest, storekeeper 
158 Hendry, John R., grocer 
156 Caraway, Margt., restaurateur 
154 Duncan, Samuel, birddealer 
152 Caraway, John, confectioner 
150 Macdonald, Douglas, butcher 

145 Fransen, Mrs Jane 

146 Cruickshank, John, newsagent 
140 Watson, Robt. , spirit merchant 

Daniel street here 
138 Cook, David, grocer 
136 Galloway, David, butcher 
134 M'Glone, Miss Helen, confectr. 
132 Jones, Herbert F., chemist 
126 Barrie, George M., wine mer. 
124 Cianfarno, Christina, confectnr. 
122 Coupar, Miss Helen, fishmonger 

Burnett, street here 
120 Higgiris. Stephen, fruiterer 
118 M'Intosh, Angus, wine mercht. 
114 MacFarlane, John, tobacconist 
112 How, George M., butcher 
108 Cassidy, Patrick, hairdresser 
106 Ferguson, Robert, grocer 
104 M'Rae, David L., gramophone 
dealer 



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Brook street — continued 
98 Hughes, Miss Sarah, confectr. 
96 Whyte, John R., spirit mer- 
chant 
92 Carrol, T. , general broker 
88 Grant, J., grocer 
80 M 'Hardy, C, ironmonger 
76 O'Rourke, MrsM. .furniture dlr. 
70 Dale, Lennox, fruiterer 

Blackness road here 
62 Clow, Charles Ewing, butcher 
60 Green, L., Catholic bookseller 

58 Cook, Mrs Mary, hardware mer- 

chant 
54 Tollometti,Dominico,fishrestr. 
52 Reoch, Alexander T., chemist 

Hunter street here 
46 Duffy, Ernest H. , spirit mercht. 
44 Allan, Mrs Helen, confectioner 
40 Lynch, Donald D., undertaker 
36 Rifle Range 
30 Simpson, Miss Mina, ladies' 

hairdresser 
28 Watt, R. Fisher, spirit mercht 
24 Harrison, Mrs Margaret, broker 
22 Crear, William, grocer 
6 Bennedetti, J., fish restaurateur 
4 Brady, Patrick, grocer 

2 M'Lawrie, Mrs Ann, tobac'nist 
2AStewart& Simpson, radio engrs 

BROOK STREET. 

BROCTGHTY FERRY. 

3 Smith, James B. , confectioner 
11 MacDouald, Miss Annie 

13 Hayward, Mrs Helen E. 

17 Fisher, John W. 

19 Innes, A. Fraser, teacher 

33 Suttie, J. & P., joiners 

... Suttie, J. Miller, joiner 

39 Niven, James, traveller 

... Dye, John 

... Banks, Misses A. and J. 

... O'Donnell, Mrs 

... Johnstone, Harry, tool mercht. 

.. Nicol, James A., traveller 

49 Grieve, W. Stewart, accountant 

... Haxton, William 

... Sime, Mrs John 

... Mackay, Misses M. and E. 

... Mackay, Henry C, tea mer. 

... Scott, Miss Jessie 

57 Saunders, William D. , traveller 

59 Deuchars, Mrs 

... Ireland, Miss Eliz., apartments 
... Spivey, John E., clerk 
... Hunter, Frank, grocer 
Church street here 



79 Dixon, William, musician 

85 Homewood — 

Barry Cuthill, baths supt. 

87 Broughty Ferry Cong. Church 
107 Smelt, Mrs C. A. C. 
131 Crawford- 
Andrew B. Tawse, motor engr. 
151 Broughty Ferry Y.M.C.A. 

... St Christine's — Miss Ethel M. 
Barrow, headmistress 

... Belford, John S., caretaker 
Gymnasium Hall 
161 Employment Office; James 
Johnstone, branch manager 

... Johnstone, James, accountant 
163 Findlay, George, newsagent 
171 Russell, Thomas, painter 

... Hume, Mrs James 

... Isles, Mrs James G. 

... M'Kay, Mark J. S., engineer 
173 Hynd, Miss, art needlework 
175 Commercial Bank of Scotland, 

Ltd. ; Andrew King, agent 
179 Coventry, Harry B., decorator 
181 Hood,Jas. S.,&Co. , coalmers. 
183 Tannahill, Mrs Ellen 

... Cran, Alexander 

... Isles, Mrs John H. 

... Bryson, H. & A., costumiers 
185 Norrie & Co., cabinetmakers 
187 Norwell & Co., decorators 
Erskine lane 
9 Fraser, William C, builder 
Fort street here 
189 Smith & Beats, plumbers 
193 Mitchell, Arthur, licen. grocer 
197 Fairweather, Jas. , confectioner 

... Burness, James, butcher 
199 Shepherd, John M., chemist 
201 Lowson, Thomas, florist 
203 Buttercup Dairy Co. , Ltd. 
205 Bell, John R, draper 
209 Murray & Sons, plumbers 
211 Paton, Miss C. , children's out- 
fitter 
213 Murray, D. B., ironmonger 

... Bell, Charles C, agent 

... Smith, Alexander, bookbinder 
215 Dunnet, David, chemist 
219 M'Callum, Alexander, billiard- 
room proprietor 
221 Low, A., & Son, drapers 
225 Gow, John, cabinetmaker 
227 Stuart, Helen, newsagent 
229 Mackenzie, Miss M., outfitter 
231 Lockhart, James, jeweller 
233 Cossar, Mrs James, tobacconist 
235 Harrow, William W., plumber 



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235 Harris, Mrs Elizabeth 
237 Morris, Alex., stationmaster 
239 Webster, Wm., housepainter 
245 Mackay , James, retired railway 

agent 
271 Macaulay & Co., poulterers 
273 Smith, Hood, & Co., Ltd., coal 

merchants 
275 Thomson, Eric, hairdresser 
277 Spalding, J. S., china merchant 

Gray street here 
285 Bond, Thus., spirit merchant 
289 Smith, Ruthven P., ironmonger 
293 Smith, R. Henderson, solicitor 
. . . Bro. Ferry Economic Bdg. Soc. ; 
R. Henderson Smith, secy. 
295 Johnson, G. , hairdresser 
299 Morton, Archibald, butcher 
301 Glass. James S., wireworker 
327 Dundee Eastern Co-operative 

Society, Ltd., grocers 
329 Bonar, James, tailor 
... Anderson, John K., coal mercht. 
... Young, Mrs Marj^ 
... Stuart, Miss Helen 
... Airth, James, railway clerk 
... Macrae, Daniel 
... Leiper, William G., clerk 
... Miller, James, police sergeant 
... Macaulay, Miss Isabella 
... Ferrier, John, joiner 
... Tuite, Peter, i-iding master 
... Brown, Henry, wagon repairer 
... Cathro, William, joiner 
... Peddie, David, blacksmith 
... Ross, David, traveller 
... Airth, David, sen. 
329ADundee Eastern Co-operative 

Society, Ltd., boot stores 
331 Johnston, James, confectioner 
333 Samson, Robert, joiner 

... Thomson, Mrs Elizabeth 
337 Low, James, manager 
339 Johnstone, T., tailor 
341 Fraser, William C, builder 
... Soutar, George, railway worker 
... Warwick, Hugh, baker 
347 M'Naughton, Peter, accountnt. 

... M'Ara, William, accountant 
349 Smith, John L. 
361 Black, Ed ricN., dental surgeon 
363 Kinnear, Peter, butcher 
383 Strachan, George, painter 

St Vincent street here 
391 Davidson. James 
393 Young, Mrs Jessie 
397 Sword, James, retired teacher 
401 Coullie, D. & W., joiners 



405 Ettrick cottage — 
Mrs Jessie Ross 
409 Adams, Mrs 

... Adams, Harold M., merchant 
415AGuthrie, Mrs Mary 

Cross street here 
415 Reid, Mrs Eliz., apartments 
417 Shepherd, James 
435 Jolly, C. S., chemist 

... Paterson, James M., engineer 
437 Smart, JohnM., depute insptr. 

... Gregory, James N., traveller 

... Anderson, John 
439 M'Pake, Michael 
441 SLidders, Mrs Mary 

... Dor ward, Mrs Jean 
443 Douglas, James, nurseryman 
447 Reid, William, furniture dealer 

... Robertson. Mrs H. S. 
449 Gibson, Miss Mary, nurse 

... Paton, Mrs E. D. 
451 Brymer, Miss E. 
455 Gowans, Mrs J. H. , masseuse 
457 Walker, Mrs N. , newsagent 

... Walker, William, fitter 

... Scott, George, builder 
459 Ramage, Thomas M., engineer 
463 Duncan, Robert 
465 Kidd, George, relief agent 

... Murrison, Arthur, engineer 
Walker street here 
467 Findlay, Victor D., bank accnt. 
469 M'Gregor, Alex., grocer 
471 Robertson, Mrs H., newsagent 

... Robertson, And., tobacconist 
473 Anderson, Wm. G., secretary 
475 Moir, Miss 

... Fairweather, Miss 

... King, Andrew, bank agent 
477 Smith, Mrs 

... Mitchell, David, joiner 

. . . Henderson, D. P. , car conductor 

... Scott, Mrs Rose 
479 Beahan, James, motordriver 
481 Balfour, George, chauffeur 
483 Salton, Albert E., manager 
485 Mackie, Mrs George, carrier 
487 Jack, Mrs Annie 

... Ogilvie, William, chauffeur 
Railway bridge here 
491 Cathro, Wm., shoemaker 
493 Grant, Mrs Mary 
495 Davidson, George, manager 
497 Rutherford, William, manager 
499 Ferguson, Robert 
501 Watt, Mrs David 
503 Neave, Mrs J. M. 
505 Nixon, Frank H. , manager 



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Brook street, B. Ferry — continued 

Castle street here 
507 Nicol, Mrs James 
509 Sharpe, David, coal merchant 
511 Leamon, Mrs Mary 
513 Bain, Franklin C, clerk 
519 Bruce, Robert M., tailor 

Esplanade here 
586 M'Gregor, Alex.,licensedgrocei 
584 Tolometti, Enrico, tea rooms 
560 Easson, Miss Marjory, confectr. 
554 Beattie, Miss Jessie, confectr. 

Castle street here 
550 Gray, Miss Helen 

... Cant, Ernest, railway clerk 

... Robertson, Albert, joiner 

... Taylor, Miss Mary J. 
548 Henderson, Miss J. 

... Tolmie, Miss 

... Skinner, James, inspector 
504AM'Inroy, Donald C, clothier 
504 Ramsay, George, potato mer. 
502 Robertson, John F., fitter 
500 Gardyne, J. G. , masterof works 
494 Jolly, James, joiner 

New road here 
492 Electric Station 
444 Dundee Corporation Gas Dept., 
branch office and showrooms 

. . . Gas and Electricity Treasurer's 
Department 
438 Gas Works house 
408 St Aidaus Church 

St Vincent street, here 
370 Grubb, George, blacksmith 
360 M'Donald, Wm. G., coachbldr. 

... Hendry, David, mason 

... Barlass, John 

... Lawson, William, motordriver 

... Hogg, John D. , upholsterer 
352 Grant, Joseph, contractor 
348 Strachan, George, painter 
344 Reid, Robert, coal merchant 
342 Stuart, Jas. W. , motor engineer 
330 Blair, J. L. , painter 
328 Muir, Thomas, Son, & Patton, 

Ltd. , coal merchants 
326 M'Lennan, James, blacksmith 
322 Meredith, C..& Sons, cabtmkrs. 
320 Procter, Harry W., engineer 
314 Gammie, Mrs, church-officer 
312 Grimmond, James, packer 
310 Dingwall, Miss C. 
304 Anderson, Robert, grocer 
302 Paton, Miss Eliza A. 

... Brand, William, constable 

... Forrest, Charlotte 

... Sinclair, Mrs Jessie 



302 Brentnall, Jack, engineer 
... Davidson, A., post office engin'r 
... Leithead, Chas., com. traveller 
... Henderson, George, spirit mer- 
chant 
... M'Lennan, James, blacksmith 
... Smith, James S., bank clerk 
298 Walker, William, confectioner 
296 M'Donald, Miss A., costumier 
288 Royal Bank of Scotland 

George Elder, agent 
274 Fair weather, Wm., fruiterer 
272 Scofield, Charles, hairdresser 
270 Muir, Thomas, Son, & Patton, 
Ltd., coal merchants; Boyd 
M'Crae, agent 
266 Jack, George, tobacconist 

Gray street here 
256 Bank house — 

John G. M. Ferguson, banker 
254 Candow, Misses H. & D., con- 
fectioners 
252 Candow, David, traveller 
250 Simpson, F. W., &Co. , printers 
... Broughty Ferry Guide and 
Carnoustie Gazette 
248 Sharpe, David, coal merchant 
246 Matheson, Miss, dressmaker 

... Heggie, George, baker 
244 Harley & Sons, fruiterers 
240 Brown, James S. , newsagent ; 
Ministry of Lab. correspondt. 
238 Matheson, A. R , grocer 
234 Gray, John, butcher 
232 Shaw, James, bootmaker 
228 Bowman, Alexander, printer 
226 Reid, James, grocer 
224 Johnston, William, stationmstr. 
... Reid, James, grocer 
... Bowman, James, printer 
218 Greenlees & Sons, shoemakers 
216 Wright, Alex. D., storekeeper 
... Ray, James C. , manager 
... Black, Alexander, confectioner 
214 Scofield, David, hairdresser 
210 Kidd, Andrew G., Ltd., bakers 
206 Maypole Dairy Co. 
202 Low, Wm. , & Co., Ltd., grocers 
198 Graham, Donald, grocer 
196 Fraser, George, dentist 
190 Kinnear, Peter, butcher 
186 Gillies & Son, cabinetmakers 

Union street here 
180 M'Lean, Robert R., hosier 
178 Anderson, Wm., & Son, boot- 
makers 
176 Fairweather, James, fruiterer 
174 Erskine, Mrs Jessie, bootmaker 



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211 



172 Black, Alexander, confectioner 
168 Kidd, Mrs James A., butcher 

Fort street here 
156 Bell, James, engineer 
... Lowson, Miss, bootmaker 
... Duncan, A. H., joiner 
... Smith, Mrs George 
154 Johnston, G. Forbes, chemist 

... Miller, Douglas F., chemist 
152 Masonic Hall 
150 Sutherland, John B., fruiterer 
146 Kane, Daniel, baker 

Brown street here 
134 Municipal buildings 

City Rates and Water Rates 
Office ; J. B. Thomson, city 
collector 
Dry den, J. R., rates collector 
Luke, William, pensions clerk 
District Police Office 
132 Women Citizen's Institute 
114 Mann, Dr David 
Lawrence street here 
96 Buchanan, Dr Robert 
86 Walker, Dr W. Noble 
76 Pringle, James, chauffeur 
Church street here 
West Church 
50 Gray, Joseph, artist 
26 Robertson, James 
18 Young, Alexander R., wine 

merchant 
16 Scott, James C. H., spirit mer- 
chant 
12 Slidders, James 
10 Cockerill, William, postman 

4 Beat, John, motor engineer 

BROUGHTY FERRY ROAD. 
(See Ferry road.) 

BROWN STREET. 

WESITORT. 

5 Robertson, John, factorywrkr. 
... M'Millan, Wm., restaurateur 

7 Robertson, W. S., restaurateur 

15 Brown Street Public School ; 

Dav. Henderson, headmaster; 

D. Steed man, caretaker 

Guthrie street here 

Douglas street here 

71 Ward Chapel Welfare Hall 

60 Dudhope Drill Hall 

56 Brown Street Factory ; Andrew 

Mitchell & Co., Ltd., sack 

manufacturers 

40 Lansdowne Transport Co. , con 

tractors 



8 Murphy, Miss Jessie, grocer 

2 Lowe, Mrs, midwife 
... Lowe, Jane R., furniture dealer 
... Lowe, Albert, furniture dealer 
... Robertson, W. S., restaurateur 
... Mackenzie, Robert, tobacconist 

BROWN STREET. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

43 Holman, William, gardener 
55 Nicoll, David R., coal mercht. 
59 Constable, Thomas, coal merch. 
... Anderson, John K., coal merch. 
... Robertson, Mrs M., draper 

... Anderson, Mrs, grocer 
King street here 

71 Donaldson George 

79 Laburn, James, plasterer 

Long lane here 
91 Fire Station 

Inverarity, Fred. , police sergt. 
148 Macfarlane, John EL, auditor 
126 Macmaster, Mrs Elizabeth 

... Macmaster, Alex., hairdresser 
110 Brown Street Hall 
74 Watt, Margaret S. 

72 Henderson, David, plumber 
70 Cruick shanks, William 

King street here 

44 Lorimer, James, steward 

40 Lowson, James, church-officer 

38 Pringle, Miss J. M., teacher 

36 Thomson, Miss, nurse 

34 Findlay, Fred., carter 

32 Harris, Miss M. 

... Fyffe, Nicoll, fruiterer 

... Cunningham, Dav., hairdresser 

... Gall, Thomas, builder 

... Johnston, Robert, gardener 



BROWN CONSTABLE STREET. 



17 



CRESCENT STREET. 

M'Leish, Mrs M. 

Barrie, William, art teacher 

Wilkie, David, overseer 

Victoria street here 

Fraser, James, engineer 

Merchant, Jas. L., blacksmith 

Marshall, Mrs A. 

Robertson, Harry S. 

Lindsay, John, baker 

White, Nicholas, clerk 

Watson, Geo., harbour porter 

Robertson, Mrs John 

Dott, DavidS., spirit merchant 

Mitchell, Mrs George 

Salmond, William R. 

Ross, Kinnear, spirit mercht. 



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Brown Constable street — continued 
17 Addison, James D. , musician 
... Kennedy, Mrs Mary A. 

Lyon street here 
19 Lesslie, Wm. B., hairdresser 
Greig, David B. 
Lawson, James, sculptor 
Couttie, James, confectioner 
Bayliss, Henry, enginedriver 
White, William, warehouseman 
M'Gill, Edward, painter 
Arthurstone terrace here 
Wallace Foundry ; Urquhart 
Lindsay & Robertson Orchar, 
Ltd., engineers 
Cowan street here 
14 George, Adam, machineman 
. . Irvine, Peter, baker 
... Dewar, Archibald, tailor 
... Rattray, Gordon, painter 
... Clark, Donald M., titter 
... Tyndall, Charles, joiner 
... Chisholm, Mrs William 
... Wilkinson, Arthur D., chauffeur 
... Hood, George, motordriver 
... Latto, Mrs 

... Brown, William, dispatcher 
12 Mitchell, Miss Elizabeth 
... Baxter, Mrs Susan 
... Ness, Elizabeth 
... Blyth, George, wagon examiner 
. . . Gowers, Richd. H. , motordriver 
... Small, William, carpenter 
... Longair, David, blacksmith 
... Neil, Jaue, certified nurse 
10 Wills, George 
... Robertson, Mrs D. 
... Adams, Mrs Isabella 
... Kydd, Mrs Jane 
... Harvey, James, barman 
... Braid, Andrew, blacksmith 
... Lawrence, William, driver 
... Lawrence, Alexander, driver 
8 Scrimgeour, Mrs 
. . . Chalmers, William L. , mechanic 
... Smith, Charles 0., upholsterer 
... Murdoch, J. H., funeral director 
... Christie, Andrew, ironturner 
... Risk, John, foreman 
... Drummond, Alex., butcher 
... Drummond, William, butcher 
... Davie, James, attendant 

BRUCE ROAD. 

KINGSWAY, DOWNFIELD. 

1 Mill, Miss A. D. 

3 Fleming, William, butcher 

5 Willson, Walter S., chemist 



7 Robertson, Miss 

9 Carmichael, Daniel, solicitor 

1 1 Guest, J oseph B. , photographer 

13 M'Laren, James, secretary 

15 Tullis, David T. , coal mercht. 

17 Lindean — 

G. Irvine Thomson, chiropodist 

19 Nicholson, Mrs Mary 

2L Duncan, Robert, secretary 

23 Black, Peter, stationer 

25 King, Alex. C, photographer 

27 Lund, Thomas E. , manager 

29 Fleming, Miss Annie 

31 Simond, Alex. L. , tailor's cutter 

33 Kinweb— 

James Webster, secretary 

35 Webster, A. B., telegraphist 

37 Moug, Joseph 

39 Pulman, A. E., gardener 

41 Powrie, Mrs John 

... Powrie, Andrew 0., chemist 

43 M'Farlane, William, clerk 
45 Carrie, George, optician 

44 Rennie, Mrs Agnes 
... Cochrane, Miss Jean 

42 Baxter, Miss Jane, buyer 

40 Thomson, David H., compositor 

38 Mains, William, stereotyper 

36 Brown, David, clerk 

34 Mearns, Wm. K., wareh'seman 

32 Mudie, Mrs Annie 

30 Balnamoon — 

J. C. Tough, manufacturer 

28 Young, Miss Kate M. 

26 M'Gregor, David, buyer 

24 Anderson, Allan Orr 

20 Stewart, Miss Lizzie C. 

18 Oliver, William P., journalist 

16 White, Thomas S., publisher 

14 Souter, Wm., licensed grocer 

12 Main, George, accountant 
10 Hodge, Andrew, law clerk 

8 Murray, William, salesman 

6 Horswell, Mrs William H. 

4 Stevenson, James, calender- 

worker 

2 Hart, John, clerk 
... Hart, Georgina 

BRUCE STREET. 

KINGHORNE ROAD. 

1 Gow, Mrs James 

3 Bell, John, stevedore 
... Ross, Peter, fitter 

5 Larg, Peter, cloth dyer 

7 Larg, Andrew, calenderworker 

9 Menzies, John, clerk 
... Petrie, A. W., clerk 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



213 



9 Petrie, E., amusement caterer 
... M'Laren, Alexander, tenter 
11 Dunn, Thomas, clerk 
... Robertson, Edward, stair-railer 
. . . Mearns , Alex. , retired policemn . 
... Middleton, J. R., clerk 
... Sime, David W. , grocer 
... Whyte, Mrs 

13 M'Lean, Alex., & Son, grocers 
Hill street here 
Reid street here 
15 Young, James S., fishmonger 
17 Haldane, John, chauffeur 
19 Jameson, Miss, health visitor 
21 Brown, Alfred, overseer 
23 Stirton, Mrs Elizabeth 

25 Stewart, George, watchmaker 
27 Jackson, Mrs Catherine 

29 Gorrie, David T., supervisor 

31 Anderson, W. J., coachpainter 

33 Archer, Mrs Agnes 

35 Murray, Miss 

37 Stott, Mrs M. 

39 Nanda, Dr A. N. 

41 Smith, Robert, retired teacher 

43 Clark, Andrew, overseer 

45 Flett, James, grocer 

47 Livingstone, Frank, joiner 

49 Menzies, J., motor tyre repairer 
53 Williams, Harold, plumber 

Byron street here 
52 Doig, Jas. , wholesale paper mer. 

50 MacDonald, P. , fish restaurant 

48 Mitchell, Thomas, confectioner 

46 Maconachie, Gordon, stationer 
... Keir, Mrs 

44 Fox, Fred., carrier 

42 Wishart, Mrs William 

40 Mechan, Mrs 

38 Wilson, John, engineman 
Fraser street here 
Burgess street here 

36 Brown, Alex. G., busdriver 

34 M'Gee, Wm., foreman stamper 

32 Jack, R. L. R., boot repairer 

30 Tosh, Miss Nan, confectioner 

26 Stirton, Mrs Elizabeth 

BUCHANAN STREET. 

NORTH ERSKINE STREET. 

2 Moon, William, storeman 
... Walker, John, green keeper 
... Ramsay, Peter, tailor 
... Walker, Alexander, overseer 
... Edward, Mrs Annie 
... Colville, Robert, jun., butcher 
19 Crook, James, carter 
15 Sturrock, Charles, millworker 



BURGESS STREET. 



MORTIMER STREET. 

16 Tray nor, Alexander, cashier 
14 Auchterlonie, Mrs A. 
12 Whiteley, Edward, bot. brewer 
10 Forrester, George, mechanic 

8 M'Rae, David, sewing machine 

dealer 
... M'Rae,Dav.L.,gramoph'nedlr. 

4 Brown, Elizabeth, grocer 
... Brown, Albert, taxihirer 

2 Mitchell, David, assistant supt. 



BURN STREET. 

DOWNFIELD. 

Wallace, George, joiner 
Stewart, Alex., spirit mercht. 
Watson, James, headmaster 
Donald, Mrs Alfred 
Grant, James M., mechanic 
M'Kenzie, Mrs J. 
Lamb, William C, merchant 



BURNSIDE STREET. 



LOCHEE. 

3 Rennie, Miss Mary, millworker 
St Mary's lane here 
21 Lynch, Mrs Mary, grocer 
St Mary's C. Y.M.S. Rooms 
Gray's lane here 
33 Callaghan, Mrs Rachel, con- 
fectioner 
Whorterbank here 
Camperdown street here 

8 Feeney, James, coal merchant 

2 Fleming, Miss Nellie 

BYRON CRESCENT. 

BYRON STREET. 

1 Martin, George, railway clerk 

3 Oldershaw, Thos., bricklayer 
5 Brown, Robert, postman 

7 Hill, Frederick, postman 

9 Yeaman, Mrs Helen 

11 Carnegie, AlbertG., lino, opertr. 
13 Thomson, W. F., postman 
15 Macfarlane, Alex., milloversr. 
17 Smith, William, tenter 
19 M 'Queen, James, engineer 
21 Gegan, William P., traveller 
23 Martin, Mrs Annie 
25 Niven, James B., mason 
27 Whelan, Wm. G. , policeman 
29 Nicoll,Wm.G., teacher of music 
... Nicoll, Mrs, confectioner 
31 Coull, William, shipwright 
33 Clinton, John, boot repairer 



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Byron crescent — continued 
35 Ramsay, Peter JBL, engineer 
39 Duncan, Robert, teleg. linesman 
41 Hunter, Hugh, iusur. agent 
45 Henderson, James, police cons. 
47 Clow, Ewing, butcher 

Wetherby place here 
49 Neish, Nelson, joiner 
51 Milne, Charles, bootfinisher 
53 Haxton, Mrs Agnes 
55 White, Alexander, press artist 
57 Shannon, William 
61 M'Lachlan, Duncan 
63 Edwards, Albert E., timekpr. 
65 Young, James, electrician 

67 Goodwillie; Mrs Helen 

69 Martin, Ernest, engineer 

71 Stewart, James, joiner 

73 Cruickshanks, Geo., chauffeur 

75 Murray, Robert, foreman 

79 Fotheringham, W, shoemaker 

81 Adams, John, warehouseman 

83 Beattie, George, traveller 

87 Milne, Miss Margaret, pa wnbkr 

89 Irvine, George B. , busdriver 

91 Moore, John, engineer 

95 Bennett, George, lathsplitter 

97 Roberts, Thomas 

99 Cameron, W. G., music teacher 
101 Cook, Robert, police constable 
103 Hackett, James, grocer 
105 Forsyth, William, storekeeper 
107 Chalmers, James, printer 
109 Martin, Charles S. , constable 
111 Harris, James, traveller 
113 Philp, Mrs Betsy 
115 Jack, James W., engineer 
117 Hunter, Peter, goods clerk 
119 Cree, John B., traveller 

Harlow place here 
121 Malcolm, Henry, engineer 
125 Souter, Alexander 
127 Ward, Mrs 

129 Low, William M., traveller 
131 Hepburn, David, traveller 

92 Batchelor, Oliver, constable 

90 Denchrield.Thomas, electrician 

88 Sharp, George, labourer 

86 Johnston, J. 0. , motor salesman 

84 Reid, George T., press artist 

82 Quinn, John, warehouseman 

80 Mitchell, J . Gardiner, h 'set actor 
78 Taylor, William, engineer 

76 Devlin, Edward, boilermaker 

74 Green, John, constable 

72 Anderson, C. B., newsagent 

70 Stuart, William, sorting clerk 

68 Duffin, James, process engraver 



66 Mulvey, Charles, collector 

64 Stormont, Mrs James 

62 Slaven, Miss J eannie, teacher 

60 Morrison, Mrs Edward 

58 Macqueen, Mrs A., 

56 Devine, William, insurance agt. 

54 Mackenzie, Jas. K. , draghtsmn. 

52 Scott, David, traveller 

48 Keay, Stephen, taxidriver 
46 Watt, Miss I. J. 

44 Kinnison, Thomas, signalman 

42 Baxter, Mrs Agnes, confectnr. 
40 Kiddie, Thomas, hairdresser 
38 Merry, James, butcher 

36 Donaldson, Thomas 
34 Dick, Alfred, butcher 
32 Turnbull, James, traveller 
30 Bruce, William R., traveller 
28 Matthews, Frank, cabinetmkr. 
26 Clayton, Ernest, shop assistant 
24 Darch, Arthur, chauffeur 
22 Cargill, David E., clerk 
18 Walker, Mrs Henry 
16 Ness, William, foreman 
14 Buttars, Robert G. 
12 Robertson, Thomas, engineer 
10 Dodds, James, chauffeur 
8 Gordon, George, constable 
6 Brown, Thomas, teacher 
4 Philip, David, blacksmith 
2 Fergusson, John M., insur. agt. 

BYRON STREET. 

DERBY STREET. 

SS. Peter and Paul School 

SS. Peter and Paul R.C. Church 

Very Rev. John Canon Roche 

Rev. Hugh Cahills 

43 Wright, Arthur, jun., dyer 

45 Dewar, James W., mechanic 

49 Hay, Peter M., manager 

55 Bannon, B., plater 

57 Tajdor, Andrew, shoemaker 

... Mallows, Fred., railway worker 
... Wilson, Wm. D., coal salesman 

59 Scott, David, boot repairer 
... Imrie, John, coal salesman 

61 Walls, James, sawyer 
Byron crescent here 

71 M'Leod, Alexander, detective 
73 Magill, Francis, bookbinder 
75 Marnie, Harry, electrician 
77 Williams, Thomas, foreman 
79 Steele, James, ironturner 

53 Hetrick, John, salesman 
85 Mulligan, John, overseer 
87 Norrie, John, compositor 

89 Valentine, Alexander, overseei 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



215 



91 Nisbet, Peter J. ,lieut. -qrmastr. 
93 Stuart, William, cabinetmaker 
95 Clark, Charles, photographer 
97 Stewart, Peter, telep. linesman 
99 Hendry, Mrs Annie 
101 O'Brien, MrsCath., pawnbroker 
103 Anderson, William, upholsterer 

105 Sime, Joseph, baker 

107 Henderson, Thomas, clerk 

109 Derby, Adam, gasworker 

111 Leggeat, Alexander, plumber 

113 Anderson, Stanley, manager 

115 Scott, William, stereotyper 

117 Morton, Stewart, overseer 

119 Crammond, James, shunter 

121 Paton, William O, traveller 

123 Sturrock, John J., fish mercht. 

125 M 'Donald, John, headmaster 

127 Dow, William, fruit merchant 

129 Taylor, Simon, detective 

133 Clowe, George 
Lawton cottages — 

Mrs David Carrie 
Peter Carrie, contractor 
William Edwards, blacksmith 
153 Cuthill, William, confectioner 
155 Duncan, Thomas, overseer 
157 Wills, Mrs Robert 
159 Dow, William, frenchpolisher 
161 Cuthill, James, manufacturer 
163 Harvey, William, overseer 
165 Caldwell, Mrs Alexander 
167 Stewart, Neil, railway guard 
169 Syme, James, civil servant 
171 Keir, Alexander, shoemaker 
173 Buick, Alex. , warehouseman 
175 M'Kay, Andrew, carpet printer 
177 Milne, James, motordriver 

Brantioood avenue here 
144 Gourlay, Peter S. , butcher 
142 Carlyle, George, railway clerk 
140 Kennedy, David B., civil servt. 
138 MacKenzie, Duncan, civil servt. 
136 Powrie, Mrs Catherine 

134 M'Dougall, Thomas, plumber 

130 Jack, John, storekeeper 

128 Cochrane, Wm. T., blacksmith 

126 Murray, John, overseer 

124 Towns, Malcolm, water insptr. 

122 Ballingall, Andrew, traveller 

120 Ferrie, John, overseer 

118 Anderson, Mrs Margaret 

116 Baxter, Charles, baker 

114 Wilkinson, Alfred, traveller 

112 Reilly, Bernard, busdriver 

110 Bisset, John, enginedriver 

108 Ritchie, Alexander, shunter 

106 Ross, Walter, manager 



104 Beats, Mrs Mabel 
100 Angus, James, baker 

96 Lawton Reservoir — John A. 
Robertson, water inspector 

62 Fairweather, William, baker 

60 Scott, Mrs Catherine 

58 Fairweather, William, grocer 
Lawton road here 

56 Wright, John, labourer 

54 Hopkins, Mrs James 

52 Stewart, John, millworker 

48 M'Conville, Mrs Mary 

46 Stewart, Herbert, labourer 

... Harris, Alexander 

44 Morris, Robert, surfaceman 

42 Jones, Charles, billposter 

26 Saggar, Dr Jainti Dass 
Leng street here 

24 Johnston, Joseph, slater 

22 Rennie, David W. , glover 

20 Hassal, William 

18 Lothian, Mrs Helen 
Mortimer street here 

16 Rylett, Percy, clerk 

14 Young, Miss Janet 

10 Bruce, Chas. M., assistant supt. 
8 M'Intosh, David R, grocer 
6 Manson, William, traveller 
4 Duncan, Harry, tea merchant 
2 Pratt, A. Simpson, dentist 

CAIRD AVENUE. 

STRATHMARTINE ROAD. 

Dundee Eastern Co-operative 
Society, Ltd., grocers 

Hepburn street here 
22 Baxter, John, factory worker 
... Anderson, James, labourer 
20 Scott, Andrew, millworker 
18 Monaghan, Thos. H., millwrkr. 
... Rooney, James, millworker 
16 Laing, William, enginedriver 
... Ure, Christopher, engineer 
14 Kennedy, James, boot repairer 
... Stewart, Alexander, flax dresser 
... Jackson, Thomas, plater 
12 Whitelaw,Nor. A., hammerman 
... Keddie, Philip, motordriver 

Wedderburn street here 

CAIRD TERRACE. 

CJ.EPINGTON ROAD. 

1 Craigie, William, calenderwrkr. 
... Dick, Konald, coppersmith 

... Linton, Hercules, riveter 

2 M'Naughton, Hugh, labourer 
... Tardito, Patrick, cattledrover 

Hepburn street here 



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CALDRUM STREET. 



MAIN STREET. 

3 Miller, Thos., potted meat mnfr 
7 Miller, John R., organbuilder 
9 Ross, David, labourer 

21 Stewart, Alexander C, butcher 
29 Lownie, Alexander, fireman 
31 Ogilvie, Mrs S. 

33 Hoy, William, joiner 

37 Smith, Miss Margt., confectnr 
41 Millar, John, fireman 

45 Bruce, Malcolm M., spirit mer 

47 Bruce, Mrs Cargill 

49 Bruce, Peter, clerk 

53 Gray, John, calenderworker 
... Hoskins, Alexander, tinsmith 
... Strachan.D.R. &T.,gillmakers 
55 Anderson, William, labourer 

57 Kidney, David, labourer 

59 Doig, Robert, calenderer 
... Coventry, William, carter 

63 Mann, Mrs Isobel, hairdresser 
67 Fowler, George, bootmaker 

69 Simmons, John, calenderwork'r 

73 Campanile, Gtetano, confectnr. 
75 M-Kenzie, Donald G. M., lie. 

grocer 
Main street here 
106 Doel, Wm. H. , house furnisher 
104 Bickerstaff, Peter, jute batcher 

... Wallace, John, confectioner 
102 Murphy, Daniel, labourer 
90 Cameron, Mrs Mary, grocer 
86 Cuthbert, John, dining-rooms 
Main street here 

74 Vaughan, James, machinist 
72 Bennedetti, B., restaurateur 

70 Ford, John, calenderworker 
... Watson, George, dyer 

... Herd, James, porter 
62 Linn, William, carter 

60 Creegan, Joseph, coal merchant 

58 M'Lean, Mrs Eliz. , fruiterer 

50 Public Baths & Washinghouse 
... Children's Clinic 

48 Aird, Robert, dairykeeper 
44 M'Laren, Alex., dyeworker 
... Reynolds, Patrick, carter 
... Sutherland, Mrs Jane 

38 Crichton, Mrs Charles 

... Watson, John, foreman mech 

34 Auchterlonie, William, grocer 
32AFotheringham, Mrs Grace 

... Fitzgerald, Mrs Mary Ann 
... M'Lean, Thomas, coal mer- 
chant 
26 Gilchrist, Miss A. , confectr. 

22 Brewster, C. S., confectioner 



20AStewart, Alexander, butcher 
.. Hay, James, furniture dealer 

20 Sloan, William, jutespinner 
18AAberdein, John, conductor 
18 Bogue, Rebecca, broker 

... M'Kenzie, Alexander, mason 
... Gladstone, Wm. E., railwayman 
... Whyte, Robert, chauffeur 
... Fenwick, Mrs Catherine 
14 Brady, James, spirit merchant 
12 Robb, William, labourer 

8 Patterson, Mrs Isabella 

6 Balmain, Mrs Isaac 

4 Petrie, James, violin maker 
2 Sives, Archibald, newsagent 

CAMBRIDGE STREET. 

OXFORD STREET. 

Dick, Williain M., merchant 
St Anne's — 

Chas. L. Fraser, telegraphist 
Peden, C. M. , coml. traveller 
Peden, Miss M. M. 
Kerwin, Mrs A. M. 

CAMPBELL STREET. 

LOCHEE. 

5 Duffy, Mrs John, confectioner 

7 Kennedy, James, dyer 

9 Kemp, James, ironmoulder 

21 Stuart, Colin, carter 
23 Mollison, Mrs Elspeth 

... Stark, Alfred, coal merchant 
... Taylor, Alex., coaldealer 
27 Inglis, James, engineer 
... Craig, Edward, foreman 
... Rollo, John, mason 

Gardner street here 
66 Allan, William, dispatcher 
64 Falconer, John M. , dentist 
62 Johnston, DavidS., civil servant 
60 Lunan, Alex., ironmoulder 
58 Fowler, George, clerk 
56 Tyrrell, Joseph, teacher 
54 Kippen, John, sanitary inspctr. 
52 Pattison, James, police lieut. 
50 Stratton, James, clerk of works 
48 Forbes, Norman E., ship, clerk 
46 Smith, Mrs Elizabeth 
44 Doig, Mrs Annie 
42 Kidd, John S. , clerk 
40 Mackenzie, William, compositor 
38 Bruce, Mrs Elizabeth 
36 Crighton, Edward 

Gardner street here 

Fullarton street here 

22 Campbell Street Mission 



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14 Milne, James 
10 Thomson, James 
8 Mitchell, Stephen, coalmercht. 



CAMPERDOWN ROAD. 

DOWNFIELD. 

1 Cramond, John C., hardware 
merchant 

3 Campbell, William, sub-agent 

5 Small, Robert 

7 Black, Mrs R. 

9 Cook, Miss Eva, teacher 
11 Adam, William 
13 Clark, David 
15 Anderson, Jessie 
... Anderson, Miss A. .confectioner 
17 Strachan, Alexander, builder 
19 Leddie, Thomas 
21 Fisher, John S. 
23 Gillespie, Wm. , superintendent 



CAMPERDOWN STREET— East 

King George Wharf 

Melville, Dunn, & Co., timber 
merchants 

Yorkshire Hennebique Con 
tracting Co., Ltd. 

Ward,C. A., sbeetmetal worker 

Briggs, William, & Son, Ltd., 
tar distillation works 

Caledon Shipbuilding and En- 
gineering Co., Limited 

Lindsay & Low, Ltd., preserve 
manufacturers 

Eastern Wharves 

Stannergate road 
Inglis, J. T., & Sons, Ltd., 
waterproof covermakers 
Fleming, A. B. , & Co. , Ltd. , oil 

merchants 
Corporation Electric Power 
Station ; Peter Philip, supt. 

Dundee Cattle Wharf 

Fish bock 

Dundee Fish Market 
Cameron & M'Farlane, Ltd., 

fish salesmen 
Den Fishing Co., Ltd. ; J. 
Grafton Lawson, secretary 
Dundee Fishing Co. ; Wm. 

D. M'Farlane, secretary 
High, William, fish salesman 
Cook, Robert, fish salesman 
Coull, Jas., & Son, fishcurers 
Shepherd, C, fishcurer 
M'Glashan, H., fish salesman 



Stannergate Shipyard ; Caledon 
Shipbuilding and Engineering 
Co., Ltd. 

Briggs, William, & Son, Ltd., 
asphalte manufacturers 

Whyte Brothers, contractors 

British Oxygen Co., Ltd. 

Smith , A. M. , & Co. , oil refiners 



CAMPERDOWN STREET. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

1 Hay, William 

3 Elmview — Mrs David Edward 
Seafield road here 
15 Westbourne house — 

Dr W. A. Robertson 
19 Cook, James R., engineer 

23 Farquharson, Misses I. and K. 
Hurley street here 

25 Beedie, John, woodturner 

27 MacDonald, John F., tobac- 

conist 
29 Hand, Charles W. 

31 Stewart, Miss Florence L. M. 

33 Conn, Rev. J. C. 

35 Benora — 

E. S. Kennedy, merchant 
37 Cambus lodge — 

Grant Barclay, shipbuilder 
39 Taylor, Mrs George C. 

Fort street here 
42 Sturrock, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Bruce, William, coachman 
... Stewart, D. H. L., stationer 

36 Shepherd, G. D. B., architect 

34 Earleville-MrsMalloch 

32 Earle house — Misses Miller 

28 Embden house — 

John E. MTntyre, C.A. 

24 Blackwood, Mrs George 
Church street here 

22 Ogg, John 

Grove Academy 
20 MTntyre, Miss Elizabeth A. 
14 Dalziel, James, shoemaker 
12 Moonie, Archibald 
10 Ferguson, Mrs A. M. 

8 Edwards, D. & W., aerated 

water manufacturers 
... Clark, James, joiner 
... Mackay, Mrs J. B., china mer- 
chant 
... Ritchie, Charles, joiner 
... Dunn, David, clerk 
... Edwards, Mrs William 
... Keith, Alf. W. O, upholsterer 

6 Stewart, Mrs Margaret 



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CAMPEEDOWN STREET. 

LOOHEK. 

29 Moir, Alex. , licensed grocer 
31 Camperdown villa — 

Mrs Thomas Stewart 
33 Wooler, J. & A., coal mers. 
35 Wooler, John, coal merchant 

2 Keir, William, machineman 

... Robertson, Wm., church-officer 

CAMPFIELD ROAD. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

1 Alexander, John B., engineer 

3 Cairncross, Arthur F. 

5 Forbes, Alexander R., shipping 

clerk 
7 Johnstone, Mrs Catherine 
9 Thorns, J. M., insurance official 

11 Anderson, E. L., bootmaker 

13 Dun vegan — 

Jas. H. Morrison, bank teller 

15 Milne, Mrs 

25 Suttie, J. M., joiner 

... Suttie, Thos.B.,cinetnamanager 

CAMPHILL ROAD. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

1 Annfield house — George Ure 

Thomson, timber agent 
3 Beath, Harry W., engineer 
5 Ritchie, Edward J., provision 

merchant 
7 Robertson, James S., clothier 
... Watson, Miss 
... Malone, Thomas, bootmaker 

Somervillebank — 
9 William M. Ritchie 
11 Patrick J. Duncan, merchant 
15 Somerville house — 

W. L. Moncur, solicitor 
17 Hood, Mrs James S. 
19 Hillbank— 

Peter J M'Intyre, accountant 
21 Muir, James W., resident secy. 
Maryiield road here 
Dick street here 
31 Scott, David, ironturner 
... Deuchars, James, gardener 
33 Hunter, James 
35 Chadwick, John S. 
37 Dykes, John F., insurance 

agent 
... Innes, Alex., retired teacher 
39 Mann, John W., headmaster 
43 Robertson, Archibald, director 
47 Cameron, Mrs J. N. 
49 Feathers, J. Murray, flax mer. 
Whinnybrae here 



51 Philip, Mrs J. R. 
Panmure street here 
Castleroy road here 
61 Camphill lodge — 

David Doig, merchant 
63 Rosemount — 

James Slater, jun. , clerk 
65 David, John L., yarn merchant 

67 Birkelund— 

A. G. A. Goudie, asphalte 
manufacturer 

73 Gibson, James, draper 

75 Invergarth — 

Robert Kinnison, insur. agent 
Holly road here 
Addison road here 
Campfield road here 
83 Robertson, Miss Jessie 

85 Gardyne, Miss 

87 Robertson, Miss 

93 Roberts, James A., jun., joiner 
95 M'Dougall, Miss J., teacher 
97 Briarbank— Miss Buick 
99 Ellis, James C, clerk of works 
101 Willowbank— 

Robert S. Boyd, shipmaster 
103 Smith, William C, draper 
105 M'Lean, Robert R., hatter 
107 Crabb, Hew 

Abertay street here 
Broughty Curling Club Pond 
90 Camphill Dairy- 
Robert Robertson, dairyman 

88 Kidd, David A., painter 

86 Smith, Arthur W., insurance 

manager 

76 The Bughties— 

George Bonar, manufacturer 

74 Knowles, David C, chauffeur 
70 Nethercrag — 

D. M'Intyre, solicitor 

68 Cairns, Rev. Frank 
Bughties road here 
Panmure street here 

60 Marshall, C. H., merchant 
58 Kinrockat — 

Edw. Y. Napier, pro visionmer. 
56 Calder, Mrs N. E. 
54 Batchelor, D. P. 
44 Rowanbank — 

Wallace Ellison, dyer 
42 Craig-Gowan — Mrs Margaret 
Douglas, boarding-house 

Whinnybrae here 
34 Martin, Thomas, confectioner 
32 Forbes, John 
... Brown, Rev. T. D. Stewart 
30 M 'Leod, Mrs Alexander 



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28 Balcairn— 

George Fair weather Smith 
26 Cooper, Mrs A. A. 
24 M'Leod, ADgus, painter 
20 Lennie, Charles D., optician 

Hermitage road here 
18 West St Margarets— 

T. K. Douglas, solicitor 
... East St Margarets — 

James Laird, wine merchant 
16 Wallace, Mrs David 

Gray street here 
14 Morgan, Charles, postman 

6 Wallace, William, postman 

2 Stewart, C. M. D., printer 

CANDLE LANE. 

SEAGATE. 

3 Whitbread & Co. , Ltd. , brewers 
13 Ralli Bros., jute samplewarehse 

Seamen's Chapel 
48 Currie & Co., Ltd., building 

trade merchants 
44 Hutton & Sons, sack merchants 

Bonded Warehouse No. 4 
42 Gray, Dunn, & Co., Ltd., biscuit 
manufacturers 

CANNING STREET. 

STRATHMARTINE ROAD. 

1 Petrie, Mrs David 
... Wright, Arthur, dyer 
... Reid, Miss A., teacher 
... Menzies, James, manager 
... Fraser, Tom, organist 
... Fraser, James, caretaker 

3 Leslie, Dr Victoria R. L. 
... Forsyth, R. S., tailor 
... Taylor, Helen, dairy keeper 
... Anderson, William 

5 MacDonald, George, tailor 
... Allan, Mrs 
... Duncan, James, clerk 
... Small, Robert Y. 
... Ogilvie, James, plumber 
... Clark, Ernest T., mono, opertr. 

7 Fiddes, James H., cardriver 
... Rodger, Robert W., joiner 
... M'Intyre, James 

... Black, John, butcher 

... Russell, Sydney, dental mech. 

... Myles, Mrs Jane 

CARDEAN STREET. 

ALBERT STREET. 

1 ABowman, Lawson M. , hairdres'r 
1 Ford, Mrs John 
3 Grant, James 



3 Grant, Alexander D., engineer 
... Falconer, E. L., spirit mercht. 
... Small, Annie B. , manageress 
... Urquhart, Daniel, clerk 

5 John, Mrs C. 

7 Wilson, Mrs Margaret 

... White, William, iron turner 

... White, M. & D., confectioners 

... Dundas, William D., plumber 

... M'Gregor, David, riveter 

... Leslie, Alex. , linotype operator 

... Graham, Robert, fireman 

... Bowman, Mrs 

9 Peebles, James, slater 

... Bruce, Miss Helen 

... Kerr, James, furrier 

... Ireland, John, policeman 

... Balfour, Robert T., engineer 

... Ross, James, hairdresser 

11 Johnston, John, joiner 

... Ramsay, John 

... Blair, James, guard 

... Coventry, John P. 

... Jackson, Miss Evelyn 

... Kiddie, Alexander, vanmau 

13 Hutcheson, William, grocer 
... Hepburn, David, machineman 
... Anderson, John 

... W T hyte, Atholl E., salesman 

... Jolly, John, gas worker 

... Smith, Miss Bessie 

8 Cowper, Mrs 

... Beattie, David, foreman steve- 
dore 

... Ross, John, plumber 

... Davidson, Miss Ann 

. . . Anderson , James E. , blacksmith 

6 Scott, Isaac, grocer's manager 
... M 'Crindle. Ebenezer, pipelayer 
... Mitchell, James, plumber 

... Craig, Miss Bella 

... Walker, Mrs James 

... Wilson, Mrs Elizabeth 

... Robertson, Robert, clerk 

... Henderson, John, labourer 

2 Gibson & Dargie, builders 

CARLOCHIE PLACE. 

CRATGIE AVENUE. 

2 Jack, William, cleaner 

4 Rennie, Robt. W. , postal clerk 
6 Crabb, Joseph, fitter 

8 Kennedy, Donald, gardener 
10 Black, James A., foreman 

14 Livie, Willi.-im 
16 Calder, Charles 

18 Russell, Richard H., traveller 
20 Gibson, Robert, engineer 



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Carlochie place — continued 

22 Christie, Alfred G., engineer 
24 Rocklea— 

James R. Robertson, manager 
26 M'Intyre, Peter 
... Lyall, George H. , salesman 
30 Murray, George, joiner 
32 Burford, Arthur, boilercapper 
34 M'Donald, John, cook 
36 Duncan, Miss Margaret 
38 Boath, Allan, artist 
40 Galletly, K. G. M., wireless 

engineer 
42 Black, Robert, plater 
44 Campbell, Harry, garage mngr. 
46 Plenderleath, S., draughtsman 
48 M'Bain, Mrs Jane 
. . . Linton, M iss Helen R. , fruiterer 
54 MacLeay, David S. K., insur- 
ance ageut 
Auchrannie terrace here 
56 Fairweather, L. G., merchant 
58 Nicoll, James, shipplater 
60 Johnston, William, labourer 
62 Paterson, Mrs Mary 
64 Dalgity, Walter, engineer 
66 Macphail, Miss S. L. 

C'raigie avenue here 
68 Alleway, Charles C. , electrical 

engineer 
70 Hendry, George, clerk of works 
74 Robertson, William, clerk 
76 Stanford, Mrs E., restaurateur 
78 Hutcheon, Alexander, tailor 
80 Dutch, George C, clerk 
84 Aitken, George, clerk 
86 M'Donald, Miss Margaret W 
88 M'Donald, George, manager 
90 Watson, Mrs Maggie 
... Balharry, Richard, under- 
clothing manufacturer 

CARMICHAEL STREET. 

STIRLING STREET. 

1 Ritchie, Mrs J. 
3 Wilkie, John R., salesman 
5 Masson, Caleb 
7 Thomson, Alex., milloverseer 
Stirling terrace here 
Macaulay street here 
11 Kitchin, John J., teacher 
13 Carnegie, Robert, ironmoulder 
15 Greig, D. A., insurance super 

intendent 
40 Gordon, Alexander 
38 Clark, Robert, dyer 
... Christie, Mrs Margaret 
36 Lindsay, Alexander, fireman 



30 Shepherd, Peter, raily. shunter 

28 Birse, Robert, labourer 

26 Denman. Sidney R., grocer 
Kinloch street here 

24 Kidd, Andrew G. , Ltd. , bakers 
22 Morrison, William, dairyman 
... Burns, Lawrence, railwaywkr. 

20 Kilgour, David, prof, footballer 
18 Hutton, Alex., ironmoulder 

16 Sturrock, Thos. L. , calenderer 
12 Chalmers, Gilbert R., dairyman 
10 Swan, Kenneth, busdriver 

8 Turner, Mrs 

6 Blackery, James, labourer 

4 Jack, Mrs R. 

2 Anderson, Miss, confectioner 

CARNEGIE STREET. 

MAXWELLTOWN. 

25 Latto, Mrs J., grocer 

27 Fyf e, Myra H. , grocer 
33 Sherriff, William, slater 
33^Kennedy, Bert, newsagent 

39 Dundee Social Union Hall 

55 Armstrong, Mrs I. , dairykeeper 

57 Keelan, Miss Betsy 

66 Harris, David, det. constable 

... Johnstone. W. , police constable 

... Reynolds, Alick, constable 

... Henderson, Mrs A. 

64 Northern District Police Station 

50 Jarvis, Henry 

46 Martin, Mrs 

44 Downton, Ernest 

40 Dingwall, Mrs A., confectioner 
36 Fawns, Alexander, hairdresser 

26 Stenson, Wm.,& Sons, plast'ers 
. . . Stenson &Co. , electrical enginrs. 

22 Sharp, D. , & Sons, builders 

8 Crighton, Mrs Eliza, confectnr. 

CASTLE STREET. 

HIGH STREET. 

1 Speedie, Peter, tobacconist 

3 Lindsay's, photo, chemist 

5 Dunbar, Thomas S., clothier 

21 Lawleys, Ltd. , china merchants 

23 Dear, Mrs Richard 

... Sturrock. Alexander, solicitor 

... Adam, Robert 

... O'Shea, Mrs 

25 Forsyth, James, spirit mercht. 

27 Caird Hall 
... City Arcade 

29 Stephen, G. , & Son, ironmongers 

31 Clark, D. R., & Son, printers 
Doit/',? court here 

33 Dalgairns & Co. . whisky mchts. 



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221 



50 Stewart, Alex., & Son of Dundee 

(1924), Ltd., distillers 
46 Philip, Miss Jane 
. . . Begbie, Miss Jessie, apartments 
... Tait, Jas. K., lunatic attendt. 
... Lyall, Chris., sheriff-officer 
38 Strachan, Laurance W., jewlr. 
34 Whittet, Wm. , sewing machine 

maker 
32 JBlackadder, David, solicitor 
... Sanitary Protection Associa 
tion ; Geo. Tudhope, enginr. 
... Barlow, James, stevedore 
... Sinclair, John, contractor 
... Headridge, Bertie, apartments 
... MacDougall, Mrs J., apartmts. 
... Laird, Mrs Annie 
. . . Mackie, Jas. J. , advertising agt. 
28 Brown, John D., photo stock dlr. 

26 Allan & Friskin, architects 

. . . Courts, Geo. A. , Income Tax re- 
payment agent 
... Gray, Francis, accountant 
... Sime, Louie, ladies' hairdresser 

24 Wallace, David, pastry baker 
Castle Street Chapel 

20 Dallas (Dundee) Ltd. , jute mers. 
... M'Corquodale, Dorothy, hem- 
stitching 

.,., Waters, Donald, tailor 

18 Lesslie's Wool Stores, hosiers 

14 Phillip, Charles, & Co., tailors 

10 Hazed, William, & Son, grocers 

6 Quirk, JohnT., hairdresser 

... Braithwaite, James Allan, Ltd., 
tea merchants 

4 Royal British Hotel ; L. Meotti, 

proprietor 

CASTLE STREET. 

BROUGHTY PERRY. 

1 Suttie, James 

3 Coventry, Andrew, policeinspr. 

5 Barclay, Lawrence, jute mercht. 

7 Suttie, Miss Margaret 

... Holland, Orlanda, storekeeper 
9 Stewart, James, printer 
... Dargie, Chas. B., motordriver 

11 Philip. John, joiner 
13 Starrs, Mrs J. B. 

15 Lindsay, John, tailor 

17 Victoria cot. — M rs James Scott 

19 Hay, Mrs T. 

... Hepburn, David, irongrinder 

21 Suttie, James 

23 Walker, David, labourer 

25 Hunter, John, signalman 

27 Robertson, James, carter 



27 Robertson, Wm., wareh'seman 
29 Neave, David, manager 
31 Griffin, James, civil servant 
33 Wood, Wm. S., customs officer 
35 Martin, James, jun., spirit mer- 
chant 
37 Lamond, Mrs Mary 
41 Davie, William, teacher 
43 Morrison, Colin, headmaster 
47 Strachan, John, harbour porter 
49 Westwood, Miss Sarah 

Brook street here 
53 Smith, George B., cashier 
55 Morrison, Angus, shipmaster 
59 Murphy, Miss Mary 
61 Findlay, Mrs 
63 Cowieson, Misses, drapers 
... Cowieson, Robt., church-officer 
... Petrie, Alex. F., grocer 
65 Crabb, John M., traveller 
67 Plenderleath, Henry, clerk 
69 Miller, Robert W. , artist 

Churchill place 

1 Ritchie, John R., baker 
... Bain, Alexander G., clerk 
... Lamond, James, tailor 

... Torbet, George A., draper 

2 Brand, Mrs William 
... Petrie, Mrs Christina 
... Kellie, Mrs James 

3 Tocher, Andrew 

... Walker, Mrs Helen 

... Smith, David, brakesman 

... Cass, Mrs 

71 Anderson, Robt. F. , shipmaster 

... Petrie, Miss Jessie 

73 MacMaster, Miss G. F. 

... Bruce, Norman, painter 

75 M'Robbie, Miss A. 

77 Sim, Misses 

East Links place 

1 Henderson,J.T.,coalsalesman 

2 Fyffe, Mrs Lizzie 

3 Chaplain, R. , works foreman 

4 Whitton, Robert, clerk 

5 Nicolson, John, harbour por- 

ter 
Links cottages 
4 Mayes, David, plumber 
3 Nicoll, William, boot repairer 
35 Robertson, Miss, laundress 

64 Hendry, Andrew W. 

65 Purves, Frederick, upholsterer 
81 Purves, Mrs M. A., baker 

87 Links Hail- 
Cecil A. Low, musician 
89 Henderson, James, plumber 
Panmure street here 



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Castle street, B. Ferry — continued 
70 Davidson, James, mason 
68 Nisbet, Charles, mason 
... Gowans, James, moulder 
66 Taylor, Mrs D. 
64 Wilson, Mrs Lizzie 
... Neilson, James, coachpainter 
58 Urquhart, Mrs, confectioner 
52 Small, Jane, confectioner 
38 Ingleside — 

J. H. Reid, clerk of works 
36 Mackay, John, water inspector 



CASTLE TERRACE. 

MARYFIELD. 

1 Kidd,JohnA. ,manualinstructr, 

2 Cathro, Wm. M., dentist 

... Leighton, A. E., spirit mer 
chant 



CASTLE TERRACE. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

1 Reid, Robert R., manager 

2 Macdouald, Mrs J. 

3 M'Intosh, Robert, teacher 
. . Lowden, Mrs A. 

4 Simpson, Mrs Margaret 

.. Ramsay, Walter, fishmonger 

5 Morton, Miss J. 

.. Myles, David, merchant 

6 Hunter, Wm. W. C, manager 
.. Phyn, Jane Cowan 

7 Eggo, C. E., clerk 

.. Alexander, D. , traveller 

8 Pattullo, Mrs C. D. 

.. Smith, Mrs Eliz.Y.,winemerch 

9 Sinclair, W. W., com. traveller 
.. Hamilton, Daniel, cashier 

10 Coullie, Walter N., joiner 
. Clunas, Miss Lila 

11 Wem, Harold G. 
M'Farlane, Eric, fish merchant 

12 Joyce, Alfred W. 
Anderson, Mrs J. 0. 

13 Allan, 0. H., manager 
Smith, R. R. , customs officer 

14 Tait, DR., wine and spirit mer 

15 Morrison, J. K., representative 



CASTLEROY ROAD. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

Castleroy — 

Nicol Rae, gardener 
Marchbanks — 

Francis D. M'Laren, merchant 



CATHERINE STREET. 

DURA STREET. 

1 Bowman, Mrs M., confectioner 
5 Christie, John, labourer 

7 Samson, Mrs Jessie 
9 Ireland, Thomas, engineer 
17 Gibson, Robert, taxidriver 
... Gibson, Mrs Maggie, grocer 
19 Cochrane, Miss Jessie 

21 Proctor, Mrs David 

23 Whamond, Charles, shoemaker 

25 Robertson, William, stower 
27 Milne, Mrs Mary 

39 Reid, Mrs Jane, grocer 

46 Maxwell, A., grocer 

44 Tinley, Richard, compositor 

42 Waller, Mrs Alice, confectnr. 

34 Keith, Miss 

... M'Ara, James, foreman 

30 Webster, Mrs Mary 

22 Milne, Charles, foreman 
2ACameron, James, motordriver 

2 Burness, Edward, carter 
... Milne, George, stevedore 

CEDAR ROAD. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

1 Keith, R. D. L., accountant 

3 Cedarlea — 

Nigel M. Fenton, solicitor 
Davidson street here 

11 Jump, William, poultrykeeper 
15 Carlowrie — Mrs Jane Chalmers 
17 Mack, Alexander, traveller 

19 Dunbar, Maitland, tailor 

21 Homestead — 

John Napier, merchant 
Traill street here 

26 Holly lodge — 

James W. M'Laren, lie. grocer 

22 Haricot — 

John W. Mackay, silk mercer 
Traill street here 
14 Dunlora — W. A. Patterson 
Stewart street here 

12 Adie, Misses 

10 Coombe Down — 

R. J. Loggie, chart, accountant 

8 Kyleakin — 

Wm. Low Mitchell, solicitor 

CHALMERS STREET. 

MADEIRA STREET. 

1 Gray, David, coal merchant 
3 Martin, John, joiner 
5 Foulis, David, manager 
7 Gray, William, boot manufr. 

9 Quade, Robert, restaurateur 



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223 



11 Miller, Arthur A., furrier 

13 Doig, Mrs Margaret 

... Doig, John 1., cashier 

15 Grant, Mrs J. M. 

... Grant, Harold M., bootmaker 

17 Philip, Mrs David F. 

6 Sparks, R. G. 

4 Mathers, Robert, retd. cashier 

2 Martin, Wm. T., ironmonger 

CHARLES STREET. 

WELLGATB. 

3 Graham, James, sawyer 

... Christie, William, messenger 
... Henderson, Mrs Henry 

5 Gannon, James, boot repairer 

7 Roxburgh, Robert, hairdresser 
9 Lonie, Miss M., grocer 

11 Roy, Peter, baker 

... Brown, William, fitter 

... Meek, David, slater 

... Reid, Thomas, upholsterer 

13 Spalding, George 

... M'Kinney, Charles, painter 

... Boyack, James, clerk 

... Ross, David, baker 

... Boer, Arthur, storekeeper 

... Ross, Mrs Elizabeth, fruiterer 

15 Sanderson, Alexander, labourer 
. . . Fenton, Andrew, coal merchant 
... Innes, Mrs Mary 
17 Black, Peter, whl'sale stationer 

Charles lane 
14 Fenton, Andrew, coal mercht. 

8 Guthel, D. & A., joiners 
13 Zion Full Gospel Hall 

9 Graham's Cooperage 

19 Cox, Charles, grocer 
21 Di Duca, P. 
... Roberts, Charles, coachpainter 

25 Martin, Thomas, baker 
27 Anderson, Alexander, foreman 

33 Cuthbert, W. R., & Co., foot 

wear manufacturers 
Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd. 
Dunlop Sports Co., Ltd. 
Idvies street here 
38 Robertson, John, mason 
36 Batchelor, Wm. , calenderwrkr. 

34 Hay, Mrs Hector 
32 Buist, Mrs 

... Stevenson, Mrs 
... Coldstream, Mrs 

26 Jackson, Harry, grocer 
24 Watson, Annabella 

... Conway, Thomas, railwayman 

20 Lanre, G. , & Sons, restaurateurs 

16 Todd, David, coaldealer 



10 Mackie, James, & Co., Ltd., 
merchants 

8 Fairweather, Alex. , y arnbndler . 
... Costello, Mrs Mary 
... Flett, Mrs John 

2AMitchell, Wm.,& Sons, plumrs. 

CHERRYFIELD LANE. 

BLACKNESS ROAD. 

7 Evans, Mrs 

18 Rae, Lizzie, grocer 

16 Rosemount — 

Alex. Davidson, plumber 

14 Ferguson, D. L. , boot repairer 

8 Angus, Mrs George 

CHRISTIAN ROAD. 

DUNDEE ROAD. 

The Cottage— 
J. A. Tombazis, insur. director 

CHURCH STREET. 

MAIN STREET. 

1 Blyth, Robert M., grocer 
3 Donald, David, carter 
... Fyffe, John, mechanic 
5 Pope, James, confectioner 
7 Lindsay, Thomas, newsagent 

9 M'Gaw, Miss Jean, draper 

13 Bell, James, teacher of dancing 
... Chalmers, Arch., jute batcher 
... Cooper, James, traveller 

15 Forrest, Miss A., spiuner 

17 Bassam, Samuel, butcher 

19 Rae, Robert, boot repairer 
23 Couper, David, butcher 

... Cochrane, Harry, shipwright 
... Graham, Edw., milk salesman 
27 Knight, Mrs Betsy, confectnr. 
31 Mill, James, confectioner 
33 Lamond, Alexander, joiner 
39 Strachan, J., calenderworker 
... Rae, Robert, boot repairer 
41 Mackenzie, James 
43 Doctor, Robert, juteworker 
47 M'Leary, John, bootmaker 
49 Ireland, Dvd. F. , frenchpolisher 
51 Graham, Andrew, labourer 
53 M'Cormack, David, fireman 
... Weir, Alexander, butcher 
59 M'Culloch, George, milloverse'r 
... Matthew, James, machineman 
... Lorimer, Alexander, mechanic 
67 Robertson, George M., painter 
69 Dingwall, James, hamcurer 
71 M'llroy, Mrs Mary, confectnr. 
73 Hunt, Hector, dyer 
... Nash, George, electrician 



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Church street — continued 

75 Brodie, John M., spirit mercht. 

76 Grilli, Caeser, fish restaurant 
74 Thomson, John, milloverseer 

. . . Rodger, William, teleg. 1 ines mn. 
72|Butchart, Mrs, general dealer 
72 M'Kane, Thomas, mechanic 
70 Malloch, Charles, fireman 
... Forrester, Alexander, mechanic 
... Walker, Hobert, clerk 
68 Warden, Sinclair, photograph'r 
56 M'Leod, Mrs Mary, confect'ner 
52 M'Kenzie, Charles, grocer 
50 M'Mahon, Mrs Margaret 
.. Doctor, William, machineman 
42 Sturrock, William, machineman 

40 Pennycook, John, slater 
... Reid, Miss Jennie 

... Smart, A., overseer 

... M'Artney, William H., clerk 

28 Cox, William, caulker 
22 Milne Bros., motorhirers 
18 Preston, Miss Mary 

... Kidd, John, plasterer 
14 Todd, William, baker 
8 Stenson, Roderick, plasterer 

6 Garvie, James, patrol 

... Wright, Jas., calenderworker 
... M'Farlane, Miss A., dressmkr. 
... M'Farlane, David S., com- 
mission agent 
... Ford, John, motor engineer 

4 Lindsay, Peter, postman 

CHURCH STREET. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

5 Bruce, William, gardener 

7 Morris, Frederick C, clerk 
King street here 

29 Laburn, James, & Son, slaters 
31 Macdonald & Low, painters 
33 Kinnison, Mrs M. 

35 Smart, Miss Mabel, hairdresser 
39 Paton, Miss Charlotte, outfitter 

41 London, Mrs Euphemia 
45 The Anchorage — 

Charles M. Smart, clerk 

Long lane here 

West Church Hall 

Brook street here 
59 Black, Wm. , furrier's assistant 
65 Milne. Miss Margaret 

Grant, Alexander, labourer 

Elder, George W. F., engineer 

Reid, Mrs Elizabeth 

Small, Mrs 

Gellatly, William, marine engr. 
69 Lawson, James, garage proptr. 



69 Edward, George C, draper 

71 Carr, Alexander 

... Knight, Alex. M., motordriver 
... Leheny, William 
... Key, Miss Elizabeth 
79 Longair, Mrs Georgina 
... Fairley, William, clerk 
... Duff, Robert, mason 
... Collins, Mrs R. 
... Watt, Walter D. 
Queen street here 
93 Dunn, James, licensed grocer 
95 Volunteer Hall 

103 Collins, Mrs Christine, confctr. 
105 Henderson, James, plumber 

107 Mill, Alex. G., motordriver 
109 Henderson, Jas., jun., plumber 

Grove Academy — 

James Taylor, rector 
Auldhame — ■ 

Misses Auldjo 
Queen street here 
118 Stewart, Duncan 

108 M'Kee, Thomas, secretary 
Brook street here 

104 Pringle, Miss 

102 Beats, William, plumber 
78 Carver, James, chauffeur 

72 Milne, David, chauffeur 

70 Mill, Alexander, fireman 
Long lane here 

60 Patnllo, Mrs James 
54 Eastfield— 

James B. Archer, builder 
52 Smith & Beats, plumbers 
50 Moig, Miss Lizzie, laundress 
... Colville, James, gardener 

King street here 
16 Brown, George, slater 
... Thomson, George, plumber 
... Nome, John, joiner 
... Ritchie, Wm. W., upholsterer 
... Spiers, William, joiner 
14 Robertson, Thomas, blacksmith 
... Campbell, Mrs William R. 
... Smith, Charles, gardener 
... Ross, Allan, slater 
12 Cochrane, Duncan, foreman 
10 Miller, Miss 

8 Saul, Percival, lithographer 
. . . Petrie, Mrs A. 
... Stirling, Mrs Isabella 
... Gillies, T. P., coppersmith 
... Dorward, Fred. R., gardener 

6 Kydd, Alexander, blacksmith 
... Brewin, Mrs C. 
... Wilkie, Robert, upholsterer 
... Poison, William, baker 



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4 Gray, James L. , gasfitter 
... Young, Alexander, baker 
... Parker, James, chauffeur 
... Gordon, Miss Elizabeth 

... Cushnie, William, manager 

2 Ferguson, Mrs A. M. 

... Lilburn, Peter, vanman 
... Duncanson, George, grocer 
... Meikle, John, cardriver 

CITY ROAD. 

MILNBANK. 

1 Keddie, Miss 
... M'Kenzie, Thos., machinewkr 
... Malcolm, Roger, tailor 
... Bell, Alexander, sawmiller 
... Donnet, Alexander, secretary 

3 Soutter, Miss F. K., draper 
Blyth street, here 

5 Butchart, Win. E., lie. grocer 
Blyth place 

2 Graham, DavidS., park-keeper 

3 Cooney, Michael, mechanic 

4 Donaldson, JohnL., bricklayer 

5 Robertson, David J., mechanic 

6 Buik, David C, newsagent 

8 Patrick, William S. 

9 Falconer, J. , rtd. police constb 
10 Meek, David, joiner 

12 Whitecross, Mrs Mary 

13 M'Lagan,Dav. A., telegraphist 

14 Donaldson, Mrs George 
7 Campbell, Dr Cora C. 

... Allan, Miss Jessie 
9 Stewart, Wm. S., butcher 
11 Henderson, Miss N. S., baker 

Baxter street here 
15 Duncan, George, confectioner 
17 M'Guire, Patrick, foreman 

Cleghom street here 
19 Nicoll, Jean, licensed grocer 
21 Pullar, Mrs David S. 
23 Young, George, shoemaker 
25 Scott, David, confectioner 

Pit four street here 
31 Will, John, calenderer 
... Will, Miss M. S., confectioner 
Tullideph road here 
Rosebery street here 
131 Brown, George, ex-police sergt. 
133 Allan, Thomas, hairdresser 
135 Bell, Andrew, & Son, joiners 
162 Burgess, Rev. Albert B. 
160 Wanless, Alexander T. 
158 Stewart, Miss Annie, grocer 
156 Ivybank — 

Miss Hill Rennie, hairdresser 
154 Allison, Dr William 
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152 Henderson, Daniel 

150 Lamont, Rev. James 

148 Walker, Mrs Mary 

146 Ashton, James, joiner 

144 Graham, J. M. 

142 Kinnear, Peter M. , millmanager 

140 Lister, David Fraser 

138 Milne, James T. 

136 M'Leau, Mrs George 

134 Lindsay, James, grocer 

132 Forbes, Mrs Peter 

130 Stewart, David, restaurateur 

128 Burke, William, coaldealer 

126 Procter, Mrs M. 

Tullideph road here 
54 Fimister, John, coal merchant 
48 Scott, Andrew, dairyman 
42 Fimister, John, heating engnr. 
40 lannetta, Angelo, fish restrant. 
3S Laing, John, spirit merchant 

Scott street here 
18 Patrick, Alex. D., ironturner 
... Nicoll, Thomas, machinist 
. . . Valentine, Thos. , enginedriver 
... Ray, David W., printer 
16 Fleming, Alexander, painter 
... Reid, Henry 
14 Dundee Pasteurised Milk Co., 

Ltd. 
10 Milne, Thomas, confectioner 

6 Visocchi, Mrs Angela, fish 

restaurant 

2 MacDonald, David 

... Ross, Alfred, bootmaker 

CITY SQUARE. 

HIGH STREET. 

1 Burton, Montague, Ld., tailors 

3 Cafe Val d'Or, luncheon and tea 

rooms 
5 City Square Billiard Saloon 
... Inland Revenue Offices 

CLAYPOTS ROAD. 

WEST FERRY. 

7 Duneaves — 

Mrs John Forrester 
Broughty Bowling Green 
Albert road here 
Victoria road here 
Duntrune terrace here 
Claypobts — 
Alexander Batchelor 
29 Bennet, Andrew, dairykeeper 
Arbroath road here 
Broughty Ferry Steam Laundry 
Co., Ltd. ; Miss Ballantyne, 
manageress 



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Claypots road — continued 

31 Scott, James 

... Croll, David, insurance agent 
33 Orrock, Mrs Annie 
35 Wilson, Charles, gardener 
37 Ritchie, John W. , gardener 

Claypots Skating Pond 
54 Wood, Alexander, joiner 
52 Rodger, Alexander, chauffeur 
50 Maclnnes, John, gardener 
44 Simpson, James, farm labourer 

32 Gallacher, Charles, chauffeur 

30 Balgillo house — 

J. C. Buist, manufacturer 
Oswald Dawson, gardener 
28 Smith, William, gardener 

26 Watson, Miss K. H. 
Davidson street here 

22 Seafield House PreparatorySch. 

Oswald P. Arton, principal 
20 Neate, Cyril F. C. , traveller 
Camperdown street here 

12 Anderson, Alexander 

8 Barnes, Henry C. , clerk 

6 Scott, David N., spirit mercht. 
... Scott, Mrs Percy J., fine artdlr. 
... Farfor, Miss C. M. 

CLEGHORN STREET. 

CITY ROAD. 

3 George, Richard A., porter 

7 Beattie, James, policeman 

9 Chapman, Mrs David 

... Scott, Win., milloverseer 

13 Ralph, William, hammerman 
. . . Rattray, James, fitter 

... Slidders, David, mechanic 
17 Clark, James, mechanic 
... Sheret, William, fireman 
... Bell, John, manager 
... Bruce, John, windowcleaner 
... Mitchell, Fred F. , compositor 
2L Adams & Lithgow, bakers 
Rosebery street here 

23 Stiven, Mrs J. H., grocer 
25 Parker, William, shoemaker 
. . . Rodger, David T. , engineer 
... Whyte, Miss 

... Reid, John B., glazier 

... Hadden, Peter, confectioner 

25ALowden, Miss Mary, draper 

27 Sturrock, Miss 

... Ramsay, George, driver 

... Tilleray, Andrew, fitter 

29 Gilbert, Robt. H., cabinetmaker 

... Glen, John R. , mechanic 

... Bruce, William, reedmaker 

31 Smart, Mrs John, ironer 



31 Morrison, John, joiner 
... Ritchie, Mrs Margaret 
... Mill, John, conductor 
33 Martin, Miss, fish merchant 
... Malcolm, James, grinder 
... Ritchie, William 
... Ramsden, Edgar, joiner 
... Loutit, Joseph, tailor 
... Scott, James, cabinetmaker 
... Moonie, John, police inspector 
Benvie road here 

39 Ramsay, William C. , pharmacist 

41 Sparks, Mrs Alex. , stationer 

43 Campbell, Miss J., tobacconist 
... Miller, John, clerk 

. . . Farquhar, Kenneth , spirit men 
... Murray, Mrs A. 

45 Sturrock, Mrs George T. 

... Moffat, Robert, stereotyper 

... Johnstone, Wm.,insur. agent 

... Munro, Angus, bottle merchant 

... Will, David W., blacksmith 

... Robertson, James, fireman 

... Hendry, Robert, clerk 

49ASoave, A., confectioner 

51 Ramsay, Miss Mary, fish merch. 

53 Malone, Thomas, boot repairer 

55 Curr, Mrs Jessie, confectioner 

57 Fyffe, Robert, ironturner 

... Simpson, Jas., police constable 

... Wallace, Jas., police constable 

... Grant, Peter 

... Sinclair, Miss Ann 

... Chambers, Mary 

... Hutton, Thos., warehouseman 

... Spalding, Robert, machineman 

... Ritchie, Mrs David, tobacconist 

48 Doig, Alfred, organist 

... Sawers, Mrs 

... Sawers, Alex. M., prod, mercht. 

... Barclaj', Alexander, policeman 

... Duncan, George, postman 

... Miller, William, storekeeper 

46 Ramsay, C. M., fitter 
... Scott, Mrs John S. 

... Robertson, John, grocer 

44 Gillies, Helen 

... Gillies, Murdoch, confectioner 
... Cairns, William H., grocer 
. . . Bruce, Robert 

42 Crowe, Norman, motordriver 
... Ramsay, Mrs James 

... Shearer, Alex., motordriver 
... Davidson, William, plumber 
... M'Cann, James, motorhirer 

40 Conacher, Fred., surgn. dentist 
... Beedie, David, printer 

... Conacher, John, plumber 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



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40 Wilson, Robert, warehouseman 
36 Johnston's Stores, Ltd. , grocers 
Benvie road here 

28 Ewing, Robert, baker 
... Massie, William, printer 
... Boothroyde, Frank, joiner 

Rosebery street here 

22 Lindsay, James, grocer 

20 Ogilvie, Jas. , retired traveller 
... Marshall, Miss 

18 Moyes, Peter, butcher 

16 Fleming, Mrs James 
... Marr, Mrs Eliz., hairdresser 
... Robertson, James, blacksmith 
... Anderson, Arthur, manager 

14 Simpson, Martin, ironmonger 
... Kobertson, Charles H., joiner 
... Dewar, Miss 
... Linley, Mrs Jessie 
... M'Robb, Alexander, fireman 
... Keddie, Eliza 

12 Wallace, Peter G. , compositor 
... Tait, John T., clerk 
... Glenday, Alfred, gardener 

10 Low, Miss Agnes 
... Whyte, David 

8 Moffat, J. W. 

... Will, Alexander, blacksmith 
... Peters, Mrs John 
... Graham, Mrs 
... Fimister, Mrs G. 

6 Martins, John, tram conductor 
... Gonnella, Louis E., electrician 
. . . Paterson, Joseph, brassmoulder 
... Doig, Mrs 

4 Donaldson, Dav. H. ,calndrwkr 
... Gonnella, Frank, modeller 
... Gellatly, Thomas, carr. lamp 

specialist 
... Hadden, Miss 

CLEPINGTON ROAD. 
1 Nairn, John,newspapr. manager 
3 Carr, John, teller 

5 M'Gill, Alexander P., clerk 

9 Adams, Alex., ret. civil servant 

11 Scott, William R., retd. banker 

13 Lamb, Jas. C. , motor engineer 

15 Nicoll, Misses A. and J. 

17 Andrew, William, draper 

19 Croll, Mrs George B. 
Macnabb street here 

21 Cooper, D. S., millfurnisher 

23 Suttie, Alexander, merchant 
25 Hutton, John, engineer 
27 Herbert, Mrs George 

29 Ballantine, Mrs M., wine mer. 
31 Crabbe, Geo. B., shipping agent 



33 Nicol, Mrs Annie 
Nairn street here 
35 Dall, George M., engineer 
35AFalconer, VVm. R. , winemercht. 
37 Hamilton, George S., manufac- 
turing chemist 
39 Reid, Mrs Annie K. 
.. Watson, Mrs Margaret W. 
45 Rankine, Dr George 

Milner street here 
47 Bryson, David S. , oil merchant 
49 Mudie, David, engineer 
53 Muircote — 

Mrs Daniel M 'Master 
Martin street here 
55 Scott, David, depute city 

chamberlain 
57 Smith, W. P., engineer 
59 Craighorn — David T. D. Bruce 
Forfar road here 
Erskine terrace 
61 Couttie, Mrs James 
63 Larg, Robert J., musicseller 
65 Mackie, John, merchant 
67 Thomson, John, grocer 
69 Dunn, George B. 
71 Curr, Mrs Robert 
73 Bisset, David, manag. director 

Castle terrace here 
75 Fairlie, Rev. John 
77 David, Mrs John 
79 Gibson, Robert J . 
81 Ramsay, John F., merchant 
83 Forster, Wm., retd. manager 
85 Bain, Miss Gertrude 
87 Kinnear, Mrs Isabella, grocer 
S9 Kinnear, Miss B. 
91 Russell, Thomas A., engineer 
93 Cunnynghame, Rev. H. C. R. 

Mains loan here 
95 Maryfield Station- 
George N. Neale, goods agent 
Taylor Brothers, coal merchts. 
Smith, Hood, & Co. , Ltd. , coal 

merchants 
Gray & Dorward, coal merchts. 
J. R. Allan & Son, coal mers. 
James Watson & Son, coal 

merchants 
Dundee Co-op. Coal Soc, Ltd. 
105 M'Laren, Miss Annie, dairykpr. 
... Wilson, Mrs Isabella 
... Jack, John, carter 
... Middleton, Wm., coal mer- 
chant 
... Scott, William, grocer 
... Davidson, Mrs Cath., grocer 
107 Smith, Mrs Christina 



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Clepington road — continued 

107 Smith, Richard D., commission 
agent 
... Kerr, Robert, buscleaner 
... Stewart, Thomas, cardriver 

109 Adam, Mrs George 

111 Gall, James, manager 

119 East, F.,&Co., Ld., chair mfrs. 

129 Bruce, A, & Son, joiners 

131 Rodger, David, postman 
... Smith, CarnegieG., confectioner 
... Davidson, George S., teacher 
... Cargill, Robert, constable 

133 Steven, Mrs Jessie 
... Irons, Robert, hairdresser 
... Prain, David, dispatcher 
... Watt, Thomas 

135 West, JohnG., mechanic 
... Philip, Alexander, tobacconist 
... Burnett, William, tenter 
... Strachan, James, motordriver 

137 Ramsay, Alexander, butcher 
... M'Diarmid, Mrs Jessie 
... Tevendale, Graham, blacksmith 

139 Low, William, sawmiller 
... Adie, Miss N. 
... Duncan, Frederick, butcher 
. . . Brimner, Geo. , police constable 

141 Brand, Robert, wine merchant 
... Brown, Mrs Margaret 
... Campbell, Joseph D., clerk 
... Cundall, Robert, blockcutter 

143 Yule, Mrs William G. 
... Craig, John, clerk 
... Matthew, Robert, busdriver 
... Murray, James B., electrician 

145 Maitland, Adam, dist. manager 
... Denholm, George, compositor 
... Sellars, John, plumber 
. . . Henderson, John, pastry baker 
... Millar, Robert, cardriver 
... Leitch, Mrs Joan 

147 Christie, Alex., fishmonger 
... Walker, David, painter 
... Pennycook, David, manager 
... Whamond, Mrs Margaret 

149 Ogilvie, James, cashier 
... Chalmers, R. B., foreman mech 
... Dand, Thomas, plasterer 
... Findlay, James, engineer 

151 Iannet'ta, G. E. & M., confectrs 
Gray Bros., motor engineers 
Gray, Charles, builder 
Graham street here 

183 Paton, William J., clerk 
... Duff, Thomas M., traveller 

185 Christie, James, police sergnt. 
... Thomson, David, baker 



185 Fraser, David clerk 

... Laird, Mrs John, baker 
187 Roberts, James 
... Warrender, John, mechanic 
... Taylor, Alexander G., foreman 
... Tyndall, A. R. , coppersmith 
189 Christie, Charles S., joiner 
... Braid, Mrs A. 
... Anderson, A., carrier 
... Jackson, Miss Annie, tailoress 
... Ramsay, Alexander, fireman 
... Lowe, David C. , mason 
191 Ritchie, John, retired beamer 
... Fletcher, Stewart, manager 
... Winter, Norman, joiner 
... Findlay, John R. , motorhirer 
193 Beattie, William F., baker 
201 Buttars, John 

... Orr, William, housepainter 
211 Douglas, William, broker 

... Douglas, Miss A. M., hairdres'r 
213 Lamb, Mrs Annie, dairy keeper 
215 Simmie, Robert, attend, officer 
221 Thain, David 
225 Forrester, David G. , electrician 
227 Robertson, Andrew, tailor 

... Robertson, Misses, teachers 
229 Duncan, John, constable 
Balgray place 
Nicoll, Charles, contractor 
Victoria Foundry ; Charles 
Parker, Sons, & Co., Ltd., 
engineers 
Dundee Carpet Works ; Mar- 
shall & Brush, manufacturers 
Balgray street here 
245 Hutchison, Mrs David 

... Gordon, Austin, machineman 
255 Cairncross, James, confectioner 
257 Rattray, Henry, bagpipemaker 

... Main, Mrs Mary, ironmonger 
259 Viewbank cottage — 

W. H. Phillip, registrar 
Recreation Ground 
263 Lesslie, Miss Lily I. 
265 Patterson, David K., teacher 

of music 
267 Reid, Mrs William 

... Reid, Allan M., tobacconist 
269 Reid, Robert 

Old Glamis road here 
271 Rosslyn house — 

William Thomson Hoy 
295 Dewar, D. T., engineer 
297 M'Lean, Mrs James S. 
299 Lawson, Dr Joseph 
301 Leslie, James C, engineer 
... Dalziel, Mrs William 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



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325 



327 



331 



333 



335 
337 



Nicoll, W. S., grocer 

Keill, Mrs L, potato merchant 

Nicoll, Albert V., grocer 

Ferguson, John H., chemist 

Richardson, A. M. S., lecturer 

Winter, Mrs William 

Cowper, Mrs 

Lawson, Peter, moulder 

Scott, Thomas T. 

Clark, James, ironmoulder 

Girardau, Charles, motorhirer 

Drever, Wm. , education officer 

Archer, William, engineer 

Begbie, Mrs John 

Reid, Alexander 

Fraser, Jessie, milliner 

Pollock, David, joiner 

Drever, Samuel 

Morgan, John, clerk 

Law, Stuart, engineer 

Thomson, Geo., assist, manager 

Alexander, David P., baker 

Fairmuir street here 

Herald, R. J., clerk 

M'Ewan, Mrs Ann 

Cameron. Geo. M., chairmaker 

Bryce, James, telegraphist 

Burns, Miss B. 

Shoolbraid, T. R., pianotuner 

Wallace, Miss, dressmaker 

Kirk, George, engineer 

Dunn, Alexander, spirit mer. 

M'Lean, William, joiner 

Brown, Mrs Helen 

Bain, Henry S., plumber 

Thom, James, compositor 

Patterson. William B.U., clerk 

Smith, John N., fitter 

Falconer, Miss M. 

Watson, And . W. , motor engnr. 

Robertson, John C, fitter 

Gray, Charles S., coal merchant 

Fairmuir Church 

Brown, Alexander, grocer 

Ellis, David T. 

Clark, Mrs, dressmaker 

Assenti, Peter 

M'Call, John, painter 

Wallace, Robert 

Duncan, Robert, grocer 

Findlay, Mrs, shop assistant 

Boath, David, overseer 

Barnett, John, tenter 

Hosie, Alexander, manager 

Moonie, Mrs Margaret 

Bennett, Geo., motor engineer 

Thomson, Dr James 

Harris, Edward G., traveller 



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339 



341 



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347 



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351 



353 
355 



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369 

375 
377 
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389 
391 
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\Cathro, Geo. M., licensed grocer 
Milne, Charles, coal merchant 
Milne, John, cinema proprietor 
Young, James L. , seedsman 
Smith, George, manager 
Shearer, Mrs Annie 
Purves, John A., stereotyper 
Alcock, Ben., retired gardener 
Cutler, Henry J. , pianotuner 
Constable, Mary, teacher 
Adams, Thomas, traveller 
Cooper, David F., traveller 
Bassam, Samuel, butcher 
Storrar, Charles, engineer 
Kirkland, Miss, draper 
Cathro, Thomas, overseer 
Harris, Alexander, clerk 
Stewart, D. K. , clerk 
Kirkland, Miss, bookseller, and 

Sub-Post Office 
Smith street here 
Clark. Andrew, slater 
Strachan, William, manager 
Peattie, Thomas, traveller 
Carr, James F. , journalist 
M'Farlane, John M., traveller 
Hodge, Jessie 

M'Farlane, Peter, bank clerk 
Kinnear, David 
Adamson, James, police sergt. 
Campbell, Mrs Jessie 
Ogilvie, Mrs John 
Mortimer, Mrs Peter W. 
Miller, Robert, journalist 
Reid, Robert P., hairdresser 
Gray, David W. , mang. director 
Strathmartine road here 
Will, George, coal merchant 
Hood, Jas. S., & Co., coal mers. 
Redline-Glico, Ltd., motor 

spirit dealers 
Soutar street here 
Lamond, Mrs Jas., lied, grocer 
Soutar, David, railwayman 
M'Donald, David, pipelayer 
Lee, David R., lithographer 
Rohallion — 

A. D. R. Fettes, solicitor 
Lintrathen gardens here 
Pringle, Thomas B., traveller 
Duncan, Mrs Margaret 
Reid, William 
Daniel, John 

Rennie, Peter H., plumber 
Wills, James, manager 
Dundee Eastern Co-op. Bakery 
Kingsway house — 
Harold J. Evans, manager 



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Clepington road — continued 
455 Wisbech Produce Canners, Ltd 
463 Pearson, David, patternmaker 
Kingsway , West, here 
Smallpox Hospital — 
Arthur Fairweather, engineer 
North British Linoleum Co. Ld 
Johnston avenue here 
314 Robb, George T., detective 
312 Smith Joseph , joiner 
310 Petrie, George, licensed grocer 
308 Scott, David, clerk 
306 Whyte, Thomas, clerk 
304 Murray, George, grocer 
302 Morrice, John, fish merchant 
300 Bowie, George, chemist 
298 Langlands, Alfred, grocer 
296 Masterton, John, clerk 
294 Wallace, James U. , engineer 
292 Caseby, David, joiner 
290 Fraser, James, retired mason 
288 Black, Wm., timber merchant 

Glenmoy avenue here 
280 Balharrie, Alex. B. , coal mercht. 
278 Robertson, James, ironmonger 
270 Kingscross Hospital— 

Dr W. L. Burgess, medical 

officer of health 
Miss Clark, matron 
David Millar, engineer 
Robert Laing, disinfector 
Daniel Gabriel, coachman 
Samuel M'Gregor, vanman 
Hospital street here 
266 Black, Wm., timber merchant 
262 Iannetta, C. , fish restaurant 

Strathrnartine road here 
254 Brown, Robert, grocer 
250 Mottashaw, Jessie L. , grocer 
248 Govan, James S., bricklayer 
... Young, James C, tailor's cutter 
... Greig, James, builder 
... Martin, William 
246 Milne, James C. , tailor 
244 Barrett, James, engineer 
... Mill, William, plasterer 
... Smith, William S., clerk 
... Lennox, William, confectioner 
242 Leslie, John, traveller 
... M'Lagan, Davidson, overseer 
. . . Strachan, P. A. F. , traveller 
... Dobson, Patrick, book-keeper 
... Cochran, MissCatherine, grocer 
240 Ferguson, Geo. S. B. 

Eastern Co-op. Society, Ltd 
Gaird avenue here 
172 Henderson, Mrs Jane 
... Adams, Adam, mechanic 



172 Low, Alexander, mechanic 
... Webster, MrsMargt., midwife 
... Mitchell, Wm. D., mechanic 
... Webster, James, chauffeur 
... Drever, John, grocer 
... Ewen, Joseph 
... Ewen, James, home produce 
Provost road here 

166 Piggott, John, bootmaker 

164ASellars, Georgina, draper 

164 Hutchison, David, joiner 

162 Murray, Alfred E., butcher 

126 Davidson, William, pipecoverer 
... Cumming, Peter, labourer 

124 Rutherford, Charles, contractor 
... Whyte, Matthew, labourer 

122 M'Gregor, John, millforeman 
... Tosh, William, calenderworker 

120 M 'Vicar, John 
... M'Elroy, Alexander, labourer 

118 Craig, James, riveter 
... Morton, Mrs Agnes, cleaner 

116 Reilly, Francis D., labourer 
... Fender, Robert, mill worker 

114 Donegan, Thomas, blacksmith 
... Shirkey, John, labourer 

112 M'Avan, Peter, labourer 
... Conacher, John, labourer 
Hindmarsh avenue here 

110 Dolan, Henry, millworker 
... Chalmers, William, labourer 

108 Stewart, James, millworker 
... Gardiner, James, millworker 

106b Johnston, Philip, machineman 
... Ogg, Mrs Helen 

106 Grimmond, Mrs Nettie, fruitr. 

104 Kidd, Andrew G., Ltd., bakers 

102 Gow, Jas. C. , licensed grocer 

100 Ogilvie, Alexander, butcher 
98 Webb, R. S., fishmonger 
96 Innes, Bessie, home produce 
94 Fraser, David, newsagent 
92 Gibson, James, chemist 
78 Paton, Miss Agnes 
... Shepherd, William, milk sales- 
man 
... Marr, Marion, dressmaker 
... Scott, John L, eardriver 
... Donald, Mrs Margaret 
76 Boath, Richmond, woodturner 
... Strachan, Peter 
... Edward, John B., retired tra- 
veller 
... Laurence, William J., printer 
. . . M 'In'tyre, George D. , chief clerk 
74 Wilson, William B., clerk 
... Fernie, James, brassfinisher 
... Crow, William K., electrician 



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Murray, James D. , foreman 
Baxter, Alexander, caretaker 
Shepherd, Mrs Ann 
Reid, George, salesman 
Britnell, George, chairmaker 
Thornton, James, police lieut. 
Ritchie, David, stationer 
Page, Mrs Margaret 
Malloch, John VV., mason 
Murray, Thomas, grocer 
Arklay street here 
Hunter, Samuel A., gasworker 
Lynch, Francis, boilermaker 
Carmichael, Wm., engineer 
Home, George, electrician 
Ashplant, Gladys M., cashier 
Yule, Miss J. S., dressmaker 
Henderson, Arch. , motor engnr. 
Foster, Mrs 

Houston, James, ironmonger 
Smith, John, manager 
Clark, Martin, haulage contr. 
Bowman, Wm., enginedriver 
Robertson, John W., clerk 
Galloway, D. W. , f r enchpolisher 
Smith, William, mechanic 
Mechan, Mrs Mary 
Anderson, Alex. R. D.,journ'ist 
Scrimger,Wm. G. , lithographer 
Ireland, Mrs Jane, spinner 
Crawford, Thos., spirit mercht. 
Campbell, James, woodturner 
Merchant, George, motordriver 
Moffat, John, boot repairer 
Hyne, William S., engineer 
M'Gregor, John, shop assistant 
Munro, Mrs Mary 
Rodger, James A., cycle agent 
Thomson, Mrs Christina 
M'Kenzie, George, tyre fitter 
Ricketts,Thos. W. , police sergt. 
North Court street here 
Gardiner, Denis, engineer 
Campbell, John, carpet packer 
Mudie, Alexander, millf oreman 
Millar, David, clerk 
Byars, David 

Mitchell, Charles, engineer 
Crainmond, Mrs James C. 
Lobban, George, joiner 
M' Donald, Stewart, clerk 
Williamson, Robert P., clerk 
Kydd, David, police constable 
Thorburn, Lauchlin, clerk 
Thorburn, Agnes, teacher 
Mains loan here 
Clive street here 
Nicoll, Mrs H. R. 



14 Smith, Rev. David D. 

12 Robertson, George 

10 Gow, James C. , grocer 
8 Angus, Miss Mary Ann 

Duff street here 
Forfar road here 
Stobsmuir road here 

CLEPINGTON STREET. 

DUNDONALD STKEET. 

7 Nairn, Andrew, printer 

... Lawson, John W., railwayman 

11 Anderson, Wm., carpetweaver 
... Elder, John, compositor 

... M'Crimmon,H., calenderwkr. 

13 Ellis, James, mason 

... Go wans, Alexander, labourer 
... Coull, Charles, shipwright 
... Ellis, John L., confectioner 

15 Bae, William, clockmaker 
... Buick, John, dock labourer 
... Batchelor, Alfred, labourer 
17 Batchelor, William, mechanic 
... Ferguson, William, foreman 
19 Forbes, Mrs Robert 

... Batchelor, Peter, bootmaker 
21 Paterson, Norman, confectnr. 
23 Clark, David, labourer 
25 M'Lellan, John, late policeman 
27 Galbraith, David, calenderwkr. 
... Sheppard, William, cardriver 

Tannadice street here 
29 Duncan, George, caretaker 
31 Rodger, Jas. A., garagekeeper 

10 M'Kenzie, John, plumber 
... Donaldson, Mrs Mary 

... Marshall, Robert, confectioner 
... Clark, John, iron turner 

8 Guthrie, Hugh, postman 
... Maxwell, David, engineer 

. . . Marshall, Dav. , police constable 

6 Fairweather, Wm.,warehsman. 
... Patterson, Archibald, tailor 

... M'Gregor, William, foreman 

4 M'Mahon, Wm., machineman 
,.. Milne, Stewart, motordriver 

CLIVE ROAD. 

KINGSWAY. 

1 Isles, John, manager 
3 Beattie, Mrs Mary 

5 Scott, Mrs George E. 

7 Allen, Kenneth S. , cashier 

9 Pendrich, Miss Grace, draper 

11 Taylor, Wilfred E. L., manager 
Bruce road here 

13 Wilson, John M., drysalter 
15 Bell, John M., salesman 



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CLIVE STREET. 

CLEPINGTON ROAD. 

1 Mill, Miss Jessie 

3 Ross, Finlay F., secretary 

5 Spankie, Christian C, mercht 

5 Wright, John, hacklemaker 

6 Campsie, William A., teacher 

4 Ross, Rev. Hugh G. 

2 Godfrey, David, merchant 

CLOAN ROAD. 

DOWNFIELD. 

7 Preston, D. Y., jun., engineer 

Frederick street here 

2 Abbot, J. Mackie, clerk 

... Groves, Mrs R., P.O. tele, ex 

COBDEN STREET. 

LOCHEE ROAD. 

3 Mitchell, Mrs Jane, grocer 

5 Edward, John, stationer, and 

Sub-Post Office 
15 M 'Lean, Alex., chimney sweeper 
17 Smith, James A. , baker 
21 Costello, Peter, fish restaurant 

Campbell street here 
23 Shields, James W., grocer 
25 Cameron, William, engineer 
35 Slidders, David, vehicle builder 
37 Battes, James, jun., licensed 

grocer 

41 Duthie, James S., labourer 

43 Braid, Mrs Alice, confectioner 
47 Macintosh, Mrs E., newsagent 
51 Wilkie, Elizabeth 

... Saggar, Dr D. R. 
55 Easton, Mrs Helen 
57 Battes' Stores, grocers 

Kilberry street here 
75 Low, James, mechanic 
77 Braid, Robert, linoleum worker 
81 M'Leish Brothers, dairymen 
SlBLamb, Charles, mason 
83 Gardiner, George 
83iBurton. William, ironturner 
... Mitchell, Harry, mechanic 
... Glen, Alexander, mechanic 
87 Scott, Alex., patternmaker 
89 Paton, Thos. , ret. police const. 
91 Lillie, William, gravedigger 
93 Hackney, David, lorrydriver 
... Hackney, J. A., electrician 

44 Nicoll, Miss Jean, grocer 

42 M'Kay, Miss A. S. 

... Allan, David, retired engineer 

... Greig, George 

... Fraser, Mrs Elizabeth 

. . . Smart, Miss Margaret T. 



40 Dalziel, Mrs M. 

38 Stewart, Thomas M. , joiner 

22 Levie, George 

20 Smith, George, dairyman 
Oordon street here 

18 Dundee & Dist. Rescue Home 
Miss M. Allan, matron 

16BPollock, James, ironturner 

16AMitchell, Mrs Mary 

12 Low, Alexander, retired guard 
.. Henderson, Miss, apartments 
.. Small, Stewart, painter 
.. Knight, John A., tea salesman 
.. Dorward, William, motor engr. 
.. Smith, George, machineman 
.. Bell, John, joiner 

10 Turner, Miss Mary, grocer 
6 Flockhart, Alexander W . , house 

proprietor 
2 Lochee Road Church Hall 



COCHRANE STREET. 

DUDHOPE CRESCENT. 

7ASpeed, George 

9 Gellatly, William, labourer 
13 Cowie, John, hammerman 
... Stark, Mrs W. 
17 All Saints Mission Hall 

2 Hayes, James, overseer 
... M 'Donald, William, welder 
... Ogilvie, Charles, calenderwrkr. 
. . . Page, Patrick, card board cutter 
. . . Hendry, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Moncur, David, machineman 



COLDSIDE ROAD. 

STRATHMORE AVENUE. 

Standard Mineral WaterWorks 



COLLINGWOOD STREET. 

DALHOUSIE ROAD. 
COLLINGWOOD TERRACE 

1 Stephen Alexander, engineer 

2 Brown, John, gunny broker 

3 Kinnoull — 

E. M. Coutts, newsagent 

4 Deas, Edwin H., civil enginr. 

5 Nicoll, James, shipping agent 

6 Niven, David, marine engineer 
Barnhill Bowling Club 
Clarke, A. J., banker 

Eden lodge — 
Mrs Ethel B. Baxter 
12 Edward & Sutherland, joiners 
... Sutherland, John, joiner 



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COLLINGWOOD CRESCENT 

lAFeathers, Mrs 
Tayvalloch — 
Adam W. Ramsay 
David C. Ramsay, shipmaster 
Alexander, Miss Eliza 

COMMERCIAL STREET. 

1 Ritchie, James S. , insur. broker 

. . . Mercantile Marine ServiceAsso- 

ciation; J. S. Ritchie, hon. agt. 

. . . Hearts of Oak Assur. Co. , Ld. ; 

Samuel Devine, district agent 

... Anderson, J. A., & Co., mer 

chants 
... Bates & Plant, produce agents 
... Thompson, O. P. 
... Robson, Robert, engraver 
5 Commercial court 

Mitchell & Smith, Ltd., pro- 
duce brokers 
Laskie, W., & Sons, wholesale 
grocers 
7 Dow, John. &Co.,Ld.,ironmers 
9 Carswell, D. ,& Sons, wh. grocers 
... Gregory, F. J., & Co., produce 
brokers 
. Easson, Miss M., tobacconist 
. Chambers, James 
. Fenwick, Jas. I., chart, accnt 
. M'Leod, Mrs Margaret 
. Smith, John, enginedriver 
21 Pickles, H.,& Co., wareh 'semen 
23 Dickie, D., & Sons, ironmongers 
23^Brough, James, & Son, fruit 

merchants 
25 Sibbald, J. G . , & Son, housef ctrs. 
27 Ross, James, merchant 
29 M'Intyre & Rae, accountants 
... Lawson, W., & Co. , whisky mer. 
31 Lindsay's Snapshot Works 
33 Nairn, B. L., & Co., shipbrkrs. 
. . . Nairn,B. L. , consul for Belgium ; 
vice-consul for Denmark, Nor- 
way. Latvia, and Esthonia 
. . . Employers' Liability Assurance 
Corp. , Ltd. ; C. B. M. Abbott, 
district manager 
... Clerical, Medical, and General 

Life Assurance Society 
... Morris, Herbert, Ltd., lifting 
machinerymanufacturers ; B. 
J. Scott, manager 
. Ross, Miss G., wine merchant 
. Roads, Miss S. S. 
. Ogilvie, Mary, music teacher 
. Robertson, David 
. Abbot, Robert, fruiterer 
13a 



33 Scott, Christopher, shipplater 

... Laird, Mrs 

... Fairweather, Mrs Harriet 

... Coyne, Geo. L. , jute salesman 

35 MalcolmsLtd., house furnishers 

45 Refuge Assurance Co., Ltd. ; 
Edward C. Millar, superintdt. 

... Smith, Edwin W. , houseagent 

... Wesleyan& General Insur. Soc; 
Chas. Marland, super'tendent 

... Smith, Mrs Christina 

... M'Kenna, George A., solicitor 

... Grant, Eugene E., com. agent 

... Gowans, David, & Son, solicitors 

... Car and General Insurance Cor- 
poration, Ltd.; R. Watson 
Kerr, resident secretary 

... Malcolm, Alexander T. 

... Jackson, Mrs 

... Powell, Percival G., photo- 
g rapher 

... Rae, Colin, painter 

... Soutar, Mrs Jessie 
Seagate here 

51 Bodega Co., Ltd., wine mers. 

55 Trades Hotel ; John Smith, pro- 
prietor 

57 M'Lean, Peter, Ltd., tobac- 
conists 

61 Ogilvie, J. Fyfe, teadealer 

63 Croll, D. & W., Ltd., seedsmen 
Murraygate here 

73 The Corner— 

G. L. Wilson, draper 

83 Friends' Provident & Century 
Life Office ; George Knowles, 
local manager 

85 Commercial Bank of Scotland, 
Ltd. ; John S. Brown, agent 

87 Johnstone,Simpson,&Thomson, 
solicitors 

. . . Glasgow Guardian Society, Ld. ; 
J. R. Rutherfoi'd, secretary ; 
J. Clifford Todd, dist. mangr. 

. . . Milne, George, bank messenger 

... Ross, John O, spirit merchant 

89 City Collector's Office; J. B. 
Thomson, city collector 

... Local Taxation Office; J. B. 
Thomson, L.T.O. 

91 City Engineer's Office ; David 
B. M'Lay, city engineer 

... Band, Henry, architect 

... Morrison, James A. F., city 
quantity surveyor 

.. Macfarlane, Robert, caretaker 

9 1 ^Imperial Typewriter Office ; T. 
M. Sparks & Son 



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Commercial street— continued 

93 Water Engineer 's Office; George 

Baxter, water engineer 
. . . Cemeteries Office ; Alexander 

Macrae, superintendent 
... Phillip, W. H., registrar 
... Chapman, Captain W. 
... Chapman, C. W., cashier 
... Boddington, W. H. 
95 City Assessor's Office ; Sydney 

E. F. Reid, assessor 

97 Royal Insurance Co., Ltd.; 

Thomas G. A. Miller, local 

manager 
Albert square here 
110 Northern Assurance Co.; Robt. 

Butter, secretary 
... London and Scottish Assurance 

Corporation, Ltd. ; Scottish 

Metropolitan Assurance Co. , 

Ltd. ; Robert Butter, branch 

manager 
108 Buist, R., & Sons, upholsterers 
104 Lowe, James, & Co., civil engrs. 
Mann, A., & Co., stockbrokers 
Maiden, Mary C. 
Nicol, James U., shipbroker 
Buist, Geo. , & Co. , jutemerchts. 
Exchange Telegraph Co., Ltd. 
Duncan, Miss Bella, blousem'kr 
Cooper, Fredk., warehouseman 
Gove, John, butcher 
M'Robbie, Alexander 

98 London Assurance ; T. W. 

Robertson, district manager 
... Guildhall Insurance Co., Ltd. 

94 Air, David, & Co., export mers. 
. . . Davie, John Henderson, solict'r 
... Nicoll, Miss 

. . . Easson, Miss 

... Scott, Alex. G. 

. . . Stewart, Jas. K. , electrical agt. 

... Mustard, Mrs 

... Burns, James, ironturner 

... Clark, James, harbour porter 

92 Norwell & Co., painters 

90 Robertson & Bruce, Ltd., fine 

art dealers 
88 Canadian Pacific Railway Co. 
86 Murdoch & Paterson, stationers 
84 Petrie, A. Burns, & Allan, 

solicitors 
... Underwood, Elliott-Fisher, Ld. 
. . . Morison, Pollexf en, & Blair , Ld. , 

shipagts ; G. B. Crabbe, agent 
... Crabbe, George B., shipping 

agent 
... Isles & Son, merchants 



84 Kirkpatrick & Lauder, Ltd., 
chemical manufacturers 
. Bowie, Robert S., draper 
. Bowring, Mrs Edward 
. Watson, James, teacher 
. Allan, James F., draper 
. Ogilvie, Mrs Allan 
. Harrison, Mrs Mary 
. Sturrock, E. D., teacher 
80 Dundee Supply Company, Ltd. ; 

William t>. Gold, manager 
78 Morton, Jas. , & Son, clothiers 
74 Legal Insurance Co., Ltd. ; 
Legal and General Assurance 
Society, Ltd. ; R. M. Noble, 
local director 
. Millar, James M., joiner 
. Peebles, Mrs Florence, apartmts 
. Cruickshank, John, newsagent 
. M'Gill, Miss A. 
. Scott, James, chauffeur 
. Young, Miss Agnes 
. Fraser, Mrs Catherine A. 
70 Anderson, Jas. (Chemist), Ltd. 
... Robertson, Alexander, optician 

High street here 
54 Walker & Hall, Ltd., gold- 
smiths ; C. H. Allan, manager 
... Liverpool Vict. Friendly Soe. ; 

G. E. Bryant, manager 
... Bell, Archibald, solicitor 
... Carlisle, Alfred W., solicitor 
52 Josephine, Madame, gown 
specialist 
High street here 
40 Dow, George L., hairdresser 
38 Deas, James, & Son, clothiers 
36 Gollan, H.,& Son, Ld., jewellers 
34 Hazell, William, & Son, licensed 

grocers 
32 Operative Painters' Associa- 
tion; JohnKenneth, secretary 
30 Sloan, Alexander, & Co., Ltd., 

warehousemen 
26 Gauldie, Hardie, & Sharpe, 

architects 
... Robertson, Mrs James 
... Turpie, Miss 
18 M 'Grady, C. A., solicitor 
... Kinnear, W., & Co., Ltd., 

shipping agents 
... Eenderson, J. & W. , Ltd., 

builders' merchants 
... Slidders, BessieH.,musictchr. 
... M'Laren, James, painter 
... Matthew, M., & Son, clothiers 
16 Mill, Mrs A. B. , spirit merchant 
Exchange street here 



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6 Drever & Co. , solicitors 

4 India Tyre Services(D'dee) Ltd. 
... Brown, A. S., vulcanist 
2AMilne, Charles R., hairdresser 
2 Coast Lines, Ltd., steamship 
owners 

CONSTABLE LANE. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

7 Watson, William B., collector 
9 Hall, James, painter 

11 Kinnear, John 

13 Beats, Mrs 

15 Langlands, Misses 

4 Porter, Miss B. B. 

CONSTABLE STREET. 

EAST END OF COWGATE. 

15 Macdonald, D. J., Ltd., engin'rs 
... Tay Oil & Paint Co. (Dundee), 
Ltd 
Dens street here 

17 Beatson, Wm., spirit merchant 
35 Jamieson, David M., spiritdlr. 
51 Cochrane, J. & P., coal mchts. 
80 Cochrane, Joseph, coal mercht. 
76 M'Crindle, Hugh, grocer 

72 Hamilton, James, & Son, manu- 
facturing chemists 
70 Bell Rock Mftg. Co., shirtmkrs. 
62 Rutherford, Charles, broker 

Middle street here 
58ASoutar, Mrs 
54 Moffat, John, bootmaker 
46 Sinclair, Margaret, confectnr. 
44 M'Bain, Alexander 

22 Constable Street Baths and 

Wash-houses 

20 Jones, .lames, cabinetmaker 

18 Grant, George L., clerk 
10 Boyle, J. R. , fruiterer 

2 Lower Dens Mills; Baxter Bros. 

& Co. , Ltd. , manufacturers 

CONSTITUTION ROAD. 
General Post Office; Lt.-Col. 
J. W. Lincoln, postmaster 

3 Lowden, John W., optician 
... Kidd, Miss 

... Parquhar, Wm., bank messgr. 
... Bond, Thos. A., wine mercht. 
... Lamb, Miss 

5 Star Boot Co., Ltd. 
Bell street here 

17 M'Fawns, David, caretaker 
Bell Street lane here 

21 Lucibell, Norrie, confectioner 

23 Helen's, hairdresser 

25 Duncan, Marjory, fruiterer 



27 Chapelshade Church 
.. Maxwell, William, postman 
. . Sturrock, Geo. , commissionaire 
.. Hutchison, Mrs 
.. Smith, Miss Louisa 
., Alexander, Miss Grace 
29 Robertson, Mrs Isa, wine mer. 
31 Reid, Miss Margaret 
... Scott, David, waiter 
... Mills, Mrs George 
33 Hodge, John T., stationer 
35 Kay, Miss Jessie 
. Shaw, Miss Jessie 
. Monce, George, surfaceman 
. Forrester, James 
. Lindsay, David, plumber 
. Roberts, John, porter 
37 Bread albane Arms — Mrs Angus 

M'Leod, spiritdealer 
41 Dewar, Tom M. , plumber 
4lAGray, William R., bootmaker 
43 Scott, James, gardener 
... Smith, Miss Catherine, aprtmts. 
... Scott, Charles, cardriver 
... Rollo, Alexander, butcher 
45 Christie, Mrs M., grocer 
47 Duncan, James, butcher 
49 Munro, Charles R., baker 

Mid street here 
53 Williamson Unitarian Mem- 
orial Church 
... Stewart, James, church-officer 
55 Public Health Institute( Dundee 

Town Council) 
59 Salem street 

Ogilvie, Alex. ,& Son, plasterers 
Ogilvie, Robert, plasterer 
Salem Chapel 
Walker, James F., artist 
Bruce, Mrs Mary 
Lees, John H. , concrete worker 
61 Laburn, James, & Son, slaters 
63 M'Alister. Mrs W., draper 
. M'Lay, Mrs James 
. Johnston, Wm. S., baker 
. Crawford, Miss J. H. 
. Macrae, Mrs Mary 
. Ferguson, Miss Mary 
65 Dundee EasternCo-op. Soc.,Ld. 
69 Stuart, David, signalman 
... Cruicks, Misses B. & M., 

costumiers 
... Buchanan, Robert, clerk 
. . . Davidson, Jos. S. , tailor's cutter 
Dudhope street here 
Laurdbank here 
Prospect place here 
77 Oak lodge— Dr Robert Miller 



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Constitution road — continued 

77 Pringle, John, chartered accnt. 
... Alexander & Purves, advertis- 
ing agents 
Union terrace here 
Constitution terrace here 
Bleaching Green 
24 Laburn, Norman W. , slater 
Laburn, Margaret G. 
Mitchell, Mrs Jessie 
Lambert, Michael, baker 
.. Phin, Misses, teachers 

Forbes, Graham, grocer 
.. Brand, George, clerk 

22 Clyde, Gordon, journalist 
Catholic Apostolic Church 
Dudhofie Crescent road here 
Constitution Rd. Bury'gGround 

West Bell street here 

10 Y.M.C.A. Rooms— 

W. L. Nicoll, caretaker 
Ward Chapel 

CONSTITUTION STREET. 

CONSTITUTION ROAD. 

lASalvatiou Army Hall 

Rosebank street here 
1 Skelly, Wm. , boot repairer 
3AM'Fee, George A., builder 
7 Ford, Joseph, grocer 

Ogilvie's road here 
9 Adams, David B. , grocer 

11 Shaw, Harry, baker 

13 Cameron, William, glazier 
15 Dougall, James, boot repairer 
17 Sime, Charles, dentist 
... Wood, Joseph 
. . . Bayne, Miss Nellie J. 
... Bayne, C. Grahame 
. . . Ritchie, Charles S. , tenter 
Lawson place here 

23 Martin, Miss Amy, confectioner 
27 M'Gregor, Robert, blacksmith 
... Sreenan, Daniel, railloverseer 
29 Dougall, James, boot repairer 

Lawrence, James 
... Boothroyd, John, wareh'seman 
... Craig, Henry, engraver 
... M'Kenzie, Kenneth, watchman 
31 Dundee Linen Works ; W. G. 
Grant & Co. , Ltd. , manufrs. 
37 Andrew, W. G. , restaurateur 
39 Miln, Mrs Alexander M. 
41 Fleming, Jas. A., warehseman. 
43 Murray, Dr T. J. 
45 Dungarth — Mrs Templeman 
76 Dundee Central Mission ; Miss 
Johnston, evangelist 



Rose lane here 

Rosebank Church 
56 Farquharson, Jas. S. C., draper 
... Farquharson, David 

Dons road here 
50 Vettraino, Jack, confectioner 
48 Gray, Thomas F., 
... Gray, James, hairdresser 
... Bruce, James, joiner 
... Burnett, Mrs 
... Wishart, Robert, moulder 
... Smith, Thomas, engineer 
46 Humphreys, William 
... Paton, Mrs Annie 
... Duncan, James, compositor 
... Burke, John, milloverseer 
42 Connell,Mrs Helen, confectnr. 
40 Tolmie, Mrs Helen 
... Pearl Steam Laundry ; Mrs 

Andrew Munro, proprietrix 
36 Drysdale, William, butcher 
34 Gow, Miss W., confectioner 
32 Gordon, Mrs E. 
... Cameron, George, storekeeper 
... Hughes, Miss Allison, grocer 
30 Fortuna, Giovanni, restaurateur 

Rosebank street here 
28 Cook, Annie, confectioner 
24 Hare, J. K., brush manufactr. 
... Proctor, William, joiner 
... Moir, William D., taxidriver 
... Milne, Miss 
... Duncan, James, butcher 
... Wallace, Harry 
22 Mason, Geo., ret'd police sergt. 
... Scott, Mrs Eliza, confectioner 
... Carrick, William G., joiner 
... Kidd, David B., baker 
... Farrell, James C, clerk 
... Myles, James, baker 
20 Kirkwood, John, hairdresser 
... Fleming, William, mason 
... Kane, James, electrician 
... Creighton, Mrs 
18 Strachan, Mrs 
... Michie, David, calender er 
2 Gray, David B., licen. grocer 
... High, David, shipworker 

CONSTITUTION STREET— Upper. 

ROSEMOUNT TERRACE 

1 Ferguson, Mrs Eleanor 

2 Valentine, Archibald, traveller 
... Reid, Peter P. 

3 Neish, Misses 

.. Neish, Miss E. R., draper 

4 Mair, Miss M. I., teacher 

7 Mitchell, Norman R., traveller 



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9 Blyth, George, provision merch. 

11 Anderson, James J. 

13 Gault, Scott, clerk 
Hacaulay street here 

8 Rheinbach, Mrs 

6 Chalmers, Robt., spirit merch. 

CONSTITUTION TERRACE. 

CONSTITUTION ROAD. 

2 Fleming, Edw. W. , warehsemn. 

4 Chalmers, Harry 

6 Stewart, Misses 

8 Milne, David D., joiner 

10 Johnston, Miss E., evangelist 

12 Hunter, Dr J. H. 

14 Allan, William, architect 

16 Young Women's Hostel ; Miss 
MacDonald, matron 

CORSO STREET. 

PEDDIE STREET. 

1 Wood, James, joiner 
... Walker, William 
... Young, Robert 
... Kennedy, Roger B. , restaurtr. 

3 Davidson, George, tenter 

... Baunerman, Thomas, busdriver 
... Forrest, John E., compositor 
... Brown, Adam, compositor 

5 Buchau, Mrs Agnes 

. . . Steven, George, meter inspectr. 
. . . Methven, Miss Margaret, nurse 
... Deuchars, Peter, clerk 
. . . Stewart, James, windowcleaner 

7 Ouchterlonie, William, draper 
... Gillies, Graham 

... Aitken, Mrs Margaret 

... Robertson, Mrs A. 

... Steward, Robert J., policeman 

... Mason, George M., hairdresser 

9 Flood, Edward, factory worker 
... Donaldson. Alex., carpetweav'r 
... Strachan, Hugh, compositor 
... Gunn, Mrs George, midwife 
... Sturrock, Mrs, contractor 

11 Lynch, John, motordriver 
... Melville, William F. 
... Clark, William 
... Binny, Mrs James 
... Brown, Alexander, joiner 

13 Tindal, Joseph, mechanic 
... Barrie, William, chauffeur 
... Mackie, Charles, van salesman 
... Doig, Mrs Mary 
... Ferguson, Robert, enginedriver 

15 Young, William, traveller 
... Stewart, Harry, fireman 
... Stewart, David, joiner 



15 Stewart, Alfred, motor engineer 

17 Annan, Alexander, turner 
... M' Walter, George, overseer 
... Gordon, John M., insur. agent 
... Hutchison, John P., clerk 

... Stewart, Ernest, grocer's mangr. 

19 Strachan, George, enginedriver 
... Donald, Charles, electroplater 
... Wynd, Mrs E. 

... Lowden, Rich., police constable 
... Macfarlane, John, newsagent 
... Kennedy, Miss Violet, dress 

specialist 
24 Gillespie, John, printer 
... Cowper, Mrs Catherine 
... Keith, Charles H., motordriver 
... Munro, Miss, shop assistant 
22 Cowieson, John, fireman 
... Mackenzie, Miss Mary 
... Nicoll, Robert, baker 
... Steel, Norman, asst. registrar 

20 Balfour, Robert, chauffeur 
... Edwards, David, foreman 

... Tulloch, Mrs Mackenzie, certi- 
fied midwife 
... M'Farlane, Mrs Jane 
... Martin, William, hairdresser 

18 Gibson, Patrick C. , ironturner 
... Nicol, William L. , clothier 

... Davidson, Mrs John, grocer 
... Bobbins, Patrick, car inspector 
... Culross, Robert, chauffeur 
... Urquhart, Geo., tramdriver 

16 Kinnes, William, chauffeur 
... Saunders, Mrs Isabella 

... Smith, William B. 

... Leslie, Samuel H. , telegraphist 

... Y'oung, Frank B. , clerk 

... Farquh arson, Alex. , electrician 

14 Sturrock, Paton, joiner 

... Devine, Charles, millworker 

... Keenan, John, plasterer 

. . . Davidson, John K. , machinem'n 

... Selbie, John, compositor 

... M 'Hardy, C, ironmonger 

Tait's lane here 
4 Chalmers, John, engineer 
2 Inglis, William, moulder 

COTTON ROAD. 

VICTORIA ROAD. 

19 Kerr, Miss Elizabeth 

21 Peat, James, hacklemaker 
... Keith, John, factoryworker 
... M'Glashan, Mrs Margaret 

29 Melville & Co., aer. water mfrs. 

31 Melville, D. G. 

39 Nicoll, James, grocer 



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Cotton road — continued 
45 Scott, David F. , tenter 
... Skelly, William, boot repairer 
55 Foster, Charles, grocer 
Laing street 
Laing Street Works ; W. G. 
Grant & Co. , manufacturers 
57 Hillbank Hall 
59 Ogilvie, James, plumber 

54 Ann Street Public School; 

William H. Reid, headmaster 
52 Hillbank Day Nurseries ; Miss 

F. D. Clarkson, matron 
40 Anderson, Mrs Mary 
34 Sime, Miss Jessie, confectnr. 
26 Davidson, David, calenderwkr. 

24 Houston, Barbara 

... Dale, Alexander, fitter 
... Warden, Thomas, ironturner 
22 Smith, James, grocer 
18AMartin, Wm. T., ironmonger 

12 Kennedy, H., grocer 

8 French, James, salesman 

4 Mordente, Goffredo, restaurant 

COUPAR STREET. 

LOCHEE. 

1 Harrow, George, grocer 

5 Low, Mrs W. 

7 Bell, Andrew, cabinetmaker 

13 Williamson & Co., engineers 
... Forrester, Ernest, traveller 

15 M'Intosh, Mrs Agnes 

... Rennie, William Y., teacher 

... Mackenzie, John 

25 Penny, James, warehouseman 
31 King, William, dyer 

39 Carver, James, warehouseman 

Gordon street here 
43ACockburn, Samuel J. 
. . . Cockburn, Mrs Agnes, draper 
47 Brown, W. R., clerk 

55 Wooler, Peter, janitor 

88 Baxter, Mrs Agnes, grocer 
76 Hepburn, Thomas 
Gordon street here 
30 Murray, Elliot L. , porter 
... Malloy, Miss Annie, confectnr 
24 Ross, Duncan M., millworker 

16 Reilly, Edward, bootmaker 

... Mitchell, Wm. licensed grocer 

14 Melville, Miss Mina 

COUPAR ANGUS ROAD. 

LOCHEE. 

3 Williamson, Rev. H. Angus 

5 Clement park — 

Salva'n Army Maternity Home 
Wm. Yeaman, police constable 



9 M'Dougall Wm., fruit mercht. 
... M'Dougall, Mrs John 
... Stewart, James, gardener 
. . . Lindsay, Randolph,motordrivr. 

11 Dry burgh house — 

William Scott, manufacturer 

Thomas Fawns, chauffeur 
46 Leslie, James, grieve 
44 Dryburgh — T. P. Douglas 
Murray, factor 

John Smith, gardener 
40 Homefield — 

Alfred Stevenson, mauufactr. 

Ewart Stevenson, manufactr. 
38 Spalding, Miss Ethel H. 
36 Wilkie, Mrs John R. 
34 Davidson, T. H., brassfounder 
... Palmer, Mrs George 
20 Shirlaw, Rev. Hugh 
18 Thomson, John H., chemist 
16 Bodin, Rev. William 
14 Mitchell, Misses 

12 M'Lellan, David M., cashier 

10 Abercromby — 

Alexander Tweedie, solicitor 

8 Laverock, J. W., solicitor 
... Laverock, Thomas, solicitor 

6 Husband, Andrew, draper 

4 Ramsay, John, wine merchant 

COURT STREET. 

CLEPINGTON. 

lACalder, Alexander, manager 
1 Pullar, Mrs Jane, confectioner 
3 Spence, Mrs Jeannie 
. . . Christie, Wm. , warehouseman 
... Pearson, Geo., calenderworker 
... Thomson, Andrew, tailor 

5 Mathieson, Wm. D., ironturner 
... Fearns, George, clerk 

... Murie, Mrs Jemima 

... Walker, John, ironturner 

... Webster, John, plumber 

7 Kennedy, John, enginedriver 
.. Ford, William L., grocer 

... Sharp, John, organbuilder 
... Chalmers, Miss Margaret 
... Robertson, John, cardriver 
... Johnstone, David, fireman 
... Gray, Alex., police constable 

9 Smith, Mrs Robert 

... Stewart, George, baker 

... Miller, James 

... Boyd, Alexander, enginefitter 

... Beattie, John, motorman 

11 Mitchell, James, mechanic 
... Phin, Mrs 

... Milne, David, mason 



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11 Nicoll, W. L. , caretaker 

... Boyd, Alexander, brakesman 

.. Fair, Alex. R., woodcarver 

... Byres, David, grocer 

13 Home, William 

15 Thomson, George, raily. porter 

... Patterson, Maxwell, engineer 

... Ross, Miss, spirella corsetiere 

... Ogilvie, Mrs Andrew 

... Marshall, Thomas, plumber 

... M'Inroy, George, postman 

17 Mitchell, Jas., calender worker 

... Borrie, William, moulder 

... Hampton, David, labourer 

... Morrison, David, tilelayer 

19 Simpson. Alexander, overseer 
... Heron, John, shop assistant 
... Milne, David, jute stower 

21 Black, Alfred, mechanic 
... Hay, James, mason 
... Sandeman, John, hairdresser 
23 Fraser, William, foreman 
... Boath, Charles, jute porter 
. . . Alexander, David, van salesmn. 
48 Shaw, Harry, baker 
46 Torano, Mario, restaurateur 
44 Mill, James, confectioner 
... Dingsdale, Albert, mechanic 
... Cuthbert, Peter, woodturner 
... Hill, James, engineer 
... Todd, Wm., harbour porter 
... Mill, David, moulder 
42 Spence,Alex. H., tramdriver 
... Cumming, Mrs Jane 
... Constable, Mrs Ellen 
... Ritchie, James, traveller 
... Chalmers, Peter, chauffeur 
... Clark, James, foreman 
40 Gordon, William, plumber 
... Hay, David, mechanic 
... Brown, James H., joiner 
... Nairn, James, iron turner 
... Mathew, John, collector 
38 Scrimgeour, John, joiner 
... Anderson, Daniel, spirit mer- 
chant 
... Cranmer, William, painter 
... Young, John D. , foreman 
... Robertson, Geo. , coppersmith 
30 Mudie, William, grocer 

20 Wallace, William M., gardener 

12 Brodie, Mrs Peter, draper 
10 Rose, Mrs H., grocer 

8 Kydd, Mrs Jessie, grocer 
4 Costello, W. & P., slaters 
2 Monaghan, John, moulder 
... Whitton, David, railway fore- 



COURT STREET— North. 

CLEPINGTON ROAD. 

25 Robb, Alexander 

... Hynd, Andrew, ironmoulder 

... Leonard Alex. , lamplighter 

... Scott, Albert, grocer 

... Allan, Joseph, shipwright 

... M'Hardy, Mrs Isabella 

27 Keith, David, motordriver 

... Louden, John, chauffeur 

... Jack, George, brassfinisher 

... Cormack, Alex., ironmoulder 

... Conning, James, fireman 

29 Edwards, John A. , ship's officer 

... Hendry, James, traveller 

... Oswald, Mrs Agnes 

... Simpson, James, milksalesman 

... Whitton, James, engineer 

31 Walker, George L., foreman 

... Law, Neil, labourer 

... Kerr, William, police constable 

... Bonnar, John, railway guard 

... Walker, William, clerk 

... Joiner, George, blacksmith 

Arklay terrace here 
33 M'Nab, Donald, cleaner 

M 'Crow, John, engineer 

Milne, George W., hairdresser 

Hogg, Mrs William 

Coupar, William M., book-kpr. 

Coupar, Miss Jean, conf ectnr. 

Crighton, Mrs A. 
35 Murray, Donald, ironmoulder 

Keegan, Joseph, tele, linesman 

Sydie, Peter, boilermaker 

Matthew, Alexander, fireman 

Brown, John, porter 

Grange, William, traveller 
37 Broadley,Chas.,tramwy.insptr. 

Wilson, Alexander, clerk 

Waters, Albert, raily. fireman 

Williams, Mrs A. 
39 Hogg, William, engineer 

Middleton, John, fitter 

M'Laren, Misses 

Ray, George, butcher 

Gray, Ralph, plumber 
70 Bennett, John, tailor 

M'Kenzie, Robert, gasworker 

Brown, Alexander 

Allerdyce, Alex., cablejointer 

Brown, John B., frenchpolisher 

Francis, Forbes, grocer 
68 Cook, Wm., insurance agent 

Valentine, D., clothier's ass'nt 

Low, Alexander, riveter 

Burry, Mrs M. 

Carmichael, Charles, mechanic 



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Court street, North — continued 
66 Abernethy, James, postman 
... Petrie, James B., baker 
... Glenday, David, tenter 
... Proctor, James, plasterer 
... Imlay, George, enginedriver 
64 Gow, Richard, electrician 
... Smith, Henry A., mason 
... Hutchesou, .Malcolm, motor- 
driver 
... Allan, Stewart, joiner 
... Batchelor, Robert, engineer 

Arklay terrace here 
62 Neilson, Andrew, upholsterer 
... Urquhart,Wm.,policeconst'ble 
... Anderson, Jas., coachbuilder 
... Cameron, Alex., mechanic 
... Smith, James, stableman 
... Cumming, James, plumber 
60 Begbie, William F., fitter 
... Smith, Henry, grocer 
... Fenton, Alex., cabinetmaker 
... Smeaton, James, engineer 
. . . Lornie, Mrs A. 
... Gibson, William, watchmaker 
58 Stark, William M., traveller 
... Todd, Mrs James 
... Howe, Alexander, electrician 
... Bennie, Robert, tenter 
... Paris, James, brassmoulder 
... Horribine, Joseph, wareh'seman 
56 M Allister, Wm., labourer 
... Paris, Frederick, caulker 
... Ferguson, Wm., confectioner 
... Petrie, James, warehouseman 
... Thomson, Miss Eliza 
... Scott, Mrs Margaret 

COWGATE. 

5 Association of Jute Spinners 
and Manufacturers ; Frank 
S. Cathro, secretary 

... Inland Revenue Valuation De 
partment, Customs & Excise 

... LIVERPOOL AND LONDON 
AND GLOBE INSURANCE 
CO., Ltd. ; W. R. M'Niven 
local manager 

... Central Insurance Co., Ltd.; 
W. R. M'Niven, local mngr 

... Dargie, Mrs 

7 Maconachie, Wm., confectioner 
9 Washington Soda Fountain Co. 

11 Grant, Jas., & Co. , house furnish 

15 Husband, P. F. & J., solicitors 

... North of Scotland Reversionary 
Co., Ltd.; P. F.& J. Husband, 
secretaries 



15 Provident Clothing Supply Co., 

Ltd. 
17 Garland, Alex., tobacconist 
19 Hal Radio Co. , radio specialists 
21 King's Billiard Rooms ; J. W. 

Gordon, proprietor 
23 Millett's Stores (1928), Ltd., 

Government contractors 
27 King's Theatre ; Provincial 
Cinematograph Theatres, 
Ltd., proprietors; J. P. 
Matthews, manager 
29 Benson's, costumiers 

&>t Andrew's street here 
31 Bruce & Copestick, ticket writ. 
33 M'Gavin, R. E., & Co., mers. 
... Sutherland, J. S.,& Co., merchs. 
33^ Crabb, David N. , electrical engr. 
35 Law, George, slater 
... M'Lachlan, Duncan, tailor 
... Brighthope, George, fur cutter 
... Lundie, The R. H., Co., whole- 
sale stationers 
37 Miller, John R., warehouseman 
39 Anderson, W., & Co., jute mers. 
41 M'Connell, Mrs A., dressmkr. 
43 Shaw, Mrs Elizabeth, confectr. 
45 Mudie & Irvine, elect, engineers 
. . . Marshall, James, underclothing 

manufacturer 
51 M'Kinnon, D.,& Sons, egg mer- 
chants 
Sugarhouse wynd here 
55 Sives, W. J. , wholesale draper 
... Ralston & M'Kell, wholesale 

warehousemen 
57 Davidson, Alex., scavenger 
... Pearson, John, baker 
59 Duff, W. Murray, engineer 
61 Dundee Calendering Co., Ltd.; 

James 0. Adams, manager 
... Gibb, John B. , sailmaker 
63 Behrens, E., & Co., merchants 
67 Hoskins, George, grocer 
.. Taylor, Mrs 

73 Howe & Brother (Dundee), 
Ltd., jute merchants 
Queen street here 
87 Fleming, Alex. M., art dealer 
89 Sturrook, Thos., & Co., merchs. 
91 O'Rourke, George 
93 Courcha, Mrs, confectioner 
105 Crighton, J., & Sons, plumbers 
109 Anderson, Wm., & Co., motor 

accessory specialists 
111 Shepherd, Inglis (Dundee), 
Ltd., joiners 
... Sinclair, W. B., boot repairer 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



241 



111 Symers & Co. , paper merchants 
... Johnston, Alex., & Co., whole- 
sale merchants 
113 M'Millan, Mrs Mary, confectr. 

115 Simpson, Henry, tel. linesman 
... M'Lean, Peter, shipyard workr. 
... Beatt, Thomas, slater 

... Kidd, Alexander, carpet weaver 
117 Stratton, J. M. , advert, contr. 
123a" Daily Express" Office 
123BGray, D. J. T. , & Co. , merchants 

... Imperial Sack Sewing Co. 
125 Gorrie, Mrs, general dealer 
Constable street here 
St Boque's lane here 

116 Smith, Peter, spirit merchant 
110 King, John, egg merchant 
106 White, J. B., Ltd., publishers 
100 East Port Works Co., calendrs 

80 Low, John N., millfurnisher 
76 Duncan, John K., pawnbroker 
74 Kahan, Mrs Sophia, draper 
68 Brebner, James, overseer 
64 Aimer, James, coffee merchant 
Cowgate Public School; Andrew 

Allan, headmaster ; James 

Johnston, caretaker 
50 Cowgate Calender ; William 

Cowley & Sons 
38 Car Economies, motor agents 
34 Crichton, Wm. M., elect, engr 
32 Cargill, John, merchant 
28 Irving, W. G., & Co., merchts 
... Benson, A. L., textile engineer 

King street here 
24 Wallace & Weir, Ltd. (Glas 

gow), clothiers 
... M'Aslan, Alex., & Co., boot 

manufacturers 
22 Ponsford's, radio engineers 
20 Milne, Charles, plumber 
... Mackay, Mrs 
... Crighton, John 
... Manson, James, plumber 
18AEdwards, Mrs, fruiterer 
18 Ritchie, George, church-officer 
... Bremer, John, tram conductor 
18BRennie's Furniture Saloon 
16 National Bankof Scotland, Ld.; 

J. G. Lindsay, agent 
14a Whitfield & Sturrock, tailors 
14 Esplin& Clark, property agents 
... MacBain, A. B., houseagent 
12 Paterson, Sons, & Co., Ltd., 

musicsellers 
10 Gibson Bros., fish merchants 
8 Forte, Dominic, confectioner 
2 Sutton, N. L., mantle manufr. 



COX STREET. 



73 
75 
77 
79 
81 
83 
85 
S7 

89 

91 

93 

95 

97 

99 

101 

103 

105 

107 

109 

111 



DOWNFIELD. 

Edwards, Geo. A., spirit mer- 
chant 

Baxter, Helen E. 

Glen, Mrs 

Scott, Isabel 

Thomson, George 

Lawrence, William, assistant 
superintendent 

Gibson, David, jun.,motorhirer 

Hay, Gilbert E., & Co., mers. 

Honeyman, Samuel, painter 

CRAIG STREET. 

WEST DOCK STREET. 

Bathie, Mrs John M., spirit mer- 
chant 
Rock, Peter, lodginghse-keepr. 
Brady, Mrs Beatrice, caretaker 
Mutter, Howey, & Co., Ltd., 

contractors 
M'Quattie, Mrs 
Stibbles, John, seaman 
Beaton, Frank, seaman 
Barlow, Joseph, shipowner 
Taylor, Robert, & Sons, Ltd., 
coal depot 

CRAIGIE AVENUE. 

FERRY ROAD. 

Drysdale, Mrs H., National 

Health supervisor 
M"Kay, Bert, manager 
Band, John C, manager 
Carlochie place here 
Greendykes road here 
Kae, Sydenham W., weigh clerk 
Walker, John S. , book-keeper 
Eagleton, Miss R. 
Low, David, painter 
Wilson, Walter, detective 
Adamson, Harry 
Robbie, Mrs Jane C. 
Cameron, A., clerk 
Noran avenue here 
Gillespie, Mrs Jessie 
Lloyd, Ernest, draughtsman 
Dempster, John, clerk 
Cairns, James, police constable 
Buchanan, A., motor salesman 
Forsyth, Wm., lino, operator 
Mackenzie, Norman N. , travllr. 
Liddle, John A., draughtsman 
Strachan, J. H. , outfitter 
Wilson, Wm. M'G., shipwright 
Anderson, Mrs Isabella 
Duncan, William, engineer 



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Craigie avenue— continued 

113 Dignan, Frank, shipplater 

115 Rennie, Charles, sheriff-officer 

117 Marshall, Peter, boots 

119 Jennings, William G. , manager 

121 M'Kinnon, James, draper 

123 Geldard, Wm. H., bandmaster 

125 Fullerton, Mrs J. 

127 M'Hardy, Mrs Helen 

110 Thomson, H. G., painter 

108 Mascall, Thomas H., engineer 

106 Reoch, Harry, teacher 

104 Jamieson, George, hairdresser 

Dean avenue here 
100 Wallace, Mrs J. C. 
98 Forbes, David M., inspector 

Lochlee terrace here 
96 Stirling, F. J., shipmaster 
94 Dair, William, fireman 
92 Gloak, Mrs Jemima 
90 Todd, William, millmanager 
86 Eldrad, Eustace, engineer 

Noran avenue here 
84 Dixon, William, warehouseman 
82 Fawcett, Maurice, nav. architect 
80 Donaldson, Albert, telegraphist 
78 Smith, John S. , electrician 
Carlochie place here 
Greendykes road here 
70 Murray, Alexander R., clerk 
68 Craig, Robt.E., retired postman 
66 Berney, George B., traveller 
64 Valentine, John, grocer 
62 Geddes, Chas., advert, inspctr. 
60 Lowdon, Mrs Margaret 

Balgavies avenue here 
58 Lamond, Mrs W. B. 
56 Blain, William, journalist 
54 Forsyth, George W., teller 
48 Flucker, James, engineer 
46 Young, John R. W., clerk 
44 M'Killop, James, caterer 
42 Don, William G., traveller 
40 Kennedy, James, milk salesman 
Kinnordy terrace here 
Strips of Craigie road here 
Craigie House Nursing Home 

Miss Brodie, principal 
Westerton of Craigie — 

C. R. Cleghorn, manufacturer 
The Wyck— 

Fred. Batchelor, farmer 
Craigiebarn road here 
Whiteburn — 

Andrew Inglis Shepherd 
Belsize — 

James Robertson, merchant 
Redholm — Mrs Norman Baxter 



17 



CRAIGIE STREET. 

ALBERT STREET. 

O'Neill, Miss Margaret 
Gibb, Alex., calenderworker 
Smith, Mrs 

Ewing, James, labourer 
Hutchison, Mrs Robert 
Moncur, Alex., factory worker 
Geddes, William, fisherman 
Scrimgeour. Lawrence, porter 
Meechan, Stephen, millforeman 
Cheyne, Andrew, watchmaker 
Millar, Peter, bowling-green 

keeper 
Sheret, Thomas, carter 
Reid, Harry, plumber 
M'Donald, Donald, dairy keeper 
Buntin, Robert, mechanic 
Jeffrey, James 

Henderson, L. , calenderworker 
Guthrie, Andrew, docker 
Robertson, Mrs D. 
Stuart, Robert, grocer 
Scott, Andrew, grocer 
Wallace, George, busdriver 
... Reid, Gavin, baker 
8 Cartmill,Robt., calenderworker 
6 Manson, James, plumber 
... Smith, William, turner 
4 Mann, Mrs 

2 Edwards, Margaret, grocer 
. . . Edwards, Miss B. , confectioner 
... Bruce, Alfred, tinsmith 
... Bruce, Miss Louisa, newsagent 

CRAIGIEBARNS ROAD. 

CRAIGIE AVENUE. 

Craigiebarns — 

Archibald S. Briggs 
Netherton of Craigie — 

George R. Grant 
Stirling house — 

Alan Eraser, auctioneer 
The Ridge— 

J. R. L. Halley, manufacturer 

CRESCENT LANE. 

PRINCES STREET. 

1 King, Johnston, boot repairer 
... Donald, David, ironplaner 
... Petrie, Joseph, coachpainter 
... Dick, John, waiter 
25 Mitchell, James, confectioner 

Ferguson street here 
57 Campbell, Mrs F. 
... Mitchell, George, shipwright 
61 Knight, Thomas, seaman 
65 East District Police Station 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



243 



58 Thomson, Robert, stableman 
... Clark, Arthur G., confectioner 
... Kelly, John, car conductor 

50 Hill, James, coal merchant 
48 Bennet,Mrs William 

... Clark, William, enginedriver 

Ferguson street here 
28 Payne, Robert, labourer 
26 Stocks, Thomas C, & Sous, 

builders 
16 Graham, Frank, labourer 
... M'Govern, Mrs Elizabeth, 

general dealer 

8 Birrell, James, painter 

6 Ashton, James, & Son, joiners 
2 Ritchie, Robert, painter 

... Kennedy, James, fireman 

... Lamb, Mrs Catherine 

CRESCENT STREET. 

PRINCES STREET. 

9 Birnie, Mrs Thos. , confectioner 
Wallacetown Public School ; 

Robert Nicol, headmaster; 

David Ramsay, janitor 
23 Small, William, irondriller 
25 Hunter,JohnK., warehouseman 
31 Duncan, Prank, shoemaker 
... Soutter, James, upholsterer 
... Wingham, Mrs 
33 Stewart, Mrs, grocer 
35 Coull, Win. C, shipmaster 
39 M'Lean, William, irondriller 

51 Binnie, Alexander, collector 
... Greenhill, Thomas 

... Wiikie, Margt. C, dressmaker 
... M'Dougall, James, carpenter 
... Young, James, porter 
55 Brown, Charles, turner 

Feryuson street here 
63 Fawns, Peter, coppersmith 
... Blyth, Alice, grocer 
... Batchelor, William 
67 Urquhart, William, mason 
69 Taylor, John, ironturuer 
... Fowlis, David, waggon exam'r 

Wallacetown Church 

Wallacetown Public School; 
Robert .Nicol, headmaster 

Brown Constable street here 

Dens Works Factory ; Baxter 
Brothers & Co., Ltd., manu- 
facturers 

CRICHTON STREET. 

HIGH STREET. 

3AWaddell, R. D., Ltd., pork 

butchers 
5 Stephen, John, tobacconist 



7 Browning, Samuel, hotelkeeper 
9 Ross, JohnC, spirit merchant 
11 Stewart, George, watchmaker 
... Mitchell, William B., jeweller 
... Millar, James, tailor 
13 Clydesdale Supply Co., radio 

dealers 
15 Maclean, Mrs Jessie, tearooms 
17 Larg & Sons, musicsellers 
.. Cadenhead, James, confectr. 
19 Quade, Robert, restaurateur 
21 Low's Gramophone Saloon 
23 Robertson, Miss L. , tobacconist 
25 All- Food Store 
27 Duncan, Mrs E. 
... Walker, James, secretary 
... Christie, J., & Co., warehsmen 
... Eros ( Dundee), Ltd., wholesale 

radio dealers 
... Petrie, Alex., warehouseman 
... Miller. Sydney, sailmaker 
29 Croal, James F., grocer 
31 Smith, John, fruit merchant 
City Arcade market. 

7 Russell, Frank, bookseller 

17 Preston, Thomas, secondhand 

bookseller 
23 Puckel, J., hardware merch. 
27 Simpson's Arcade bookstall 
33 The National Overall Coy. 

37 Dundee Automatic Co., The — 

C. W. Hynd, proprietor 
43 Stevenson, Mrs John, egg mer. 

45 Chalmers, Thos. , egg mercht. 
47 Cantrell's, fishmongers 

46 M'Donald, Wm., naturalist 

38 Preston, Thomas, jun., printer 
30 Berry Bros., linoleum mers. 
22 Forbes, James, confectioner 
16 Preston, Thomas, bookstall 
14 Pattie, David, florist 

12 Redpath, John, florist 

10 Milne, Miss J. ,babylinenwhse. 

8 Imrie, John, florist 

4 Lowson, Thomas, florist 
c Mitchell, Mrs G., poulterer 
E Zamick,0.,& Son, fancy goods 
G Rosen, Maurice, fancy goods 
h Hunt & Thyne, Ltd., florists 
J Rosen, Dora, fancy goodsdealr. 
K Preston, Thomas, bookstall 
M Puckel, J., hardware mercht. 
City chambers 
Town Clerk's office — 
W. H. Blyth Martin, town 
clerk 
John R. Cameron, director of 
education 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



Crichton street — continued 

8 Lowson, Thomas, caretaker 

6 Iannetta, B., confectioner 

4 Thomson, MissMargt.,confectr, 

CROMBIE TERRACE. 

CRAIGIE AVENUE. 

1 Nicholson, Mrs Annie, confnr. 
Dean avenue here 

5 M' Donald, Alexander 

7 Beattie, John, grocer 

9 Wood, Charles H., teacher 

11 Neish, Wm., railway servant 

13 Cleminson, H., window dresser 

15 Gardner, James, civil servant 

17 Hutchison, John, manager 

19 Ballautyne, Hugh, operator 
21 Meldrum, Robert, assist, mangr. 

23 Budge, J as. W., electrical engr. 
... Corbet, George, paper-ruler 
25 Havard, Harold, clerk 

27 Durrent, George, clerk 

29 Gosman, E. M., mono, operator 

33 Main, Daniel, clerk 

35 Farrer, Joseph P., traveller 

24 Batchelor, F. , customs officer 

20 Davies,EdwardG.,elec. enginr. 

18 Lyall, William, civil engineer 
Lochlee terrace here 

16 Sherriffs, Alex., electrical engr. 

14 M'Nab, Charles, mechanic 

12 Bradford, George, carpenter 
Dean avenue here 

8 Adamson,Thos. K., clerk of wks. 

6 Smith, David G., journalist 

2 Husband, Miss C. 

CUNNINGHAM STREET. 

LYON STREET. 

1 M'Kechnie, Alex. , lamplighter 
... Bowman, John, printer 
... Davidson, Andrew, joiner 
... Savidge, Miss Margaret 
... Martin, Miss Robina 

3 Brown, Mrs 

... Smith, James, pastrybaker 

... Glen, Mrs Mary 

... Cluuie, James, carter 

... Mills, George, coachpainter 

... Kirkaldy, Mrs Betsy 

... Tindal, David 
5 Paris, John, plumber 

... Findlay, David C, grocer 

... Brymer, George A., ironturner 

... Watson, Isaac, milloverseer 

... Thomson, Mrs W. A. 

... Coupar, John, ironturner 



5 Campbell, Joseph, clerk 

6 Dens Joinery Works ; Frank 

Livingstone, proprietor 
4 Taylor, Archibald 
.. Gracie, John W., warehouseman 
.. Angus, Miss 
.. M'Intosh, John, overseer 
.. Nairn, James, joiner 
.. Fyffe, Robert, newsagent 
.. Reoch, Mrs Jessie 

2 Guthrie, James 

.. Robertson, Jas.W.,patternmkr. 
.. Rogers, Thomas, musician 
.. Phin, Mrs W. 
.. Pennycook, Matthew, cinema 

operator 
.. Gaudie, Charles, fitter 
.. Taylor, George, enginefitter 
.. Kidd, MissL. M. 

DALGLEISH ROAD. 

FERRY ROAD. 

1 The Firs— 

Wm. M'Farlane, fish salesman 
9 Main, Henry, shipyard manager 
Woodburne street here 

43 M'Farlane, Wm. D., fish mer. 

44 Robertson & Moncur, sculptors 
... Moncur, Hugh B., sculptor 

40 Gracie, William Davidson, 
chartered accountant 

38 M'Lean, Alex., market gardnr. 

36 Ferguson, A. J., butcher 

... Moir, W. C. , small ware merch. 

34 Bowman, Alexander B., meat 
salesman 

30 Anderson, George, manufactr. 

16 Sturrock, Kerr B. , joiner 

14 Orr, Alexander, shipping agent 

12 Dow, Mrs Anna, tobacconist 

10 Crerar, D. G. M., stevedore 
Murray street here 

6 Cooper, Alexander, engineer 

4 Lamb, Alexander J. 

DALHOUSIE ROAD. 

BARNHILL. 

3 Nimmo, John, chauffeur 

5 Grieve, John R., gardener 
Downie, William, nurseryman 

7 Sherriff, Mrs 

9 Hamilton, Misses 

1 1 Jones, Mrs Charles A. 

13 Forwell, William 

15 Croll, Mrs John 
Westbarn road here 

A bercromby street here 

17 Barnhill Church Hall 



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2 



Guthrie terrace here 
Clark, Mrs Magdalena 
Birnie, Eleanor 
Stafford, Mrs Arch. ,pawnbrokr. 
Crawford, Mrs 
Ferine, Robert, organist 
Brown, Miss N. 
Sheppard, Arthur, representa- 
tive 
Anderson, Frank, clerk 
The Grove — 

George R. Parker, engineer 
Henderson, Misses B. and J. 
Kerrington crescent here 
Boberts, Miss, dressmaker 
Craigievar — 

David Easson, manufacturer 
Annandale — B. J. Scott, mngr. 
Cairine — John Macdonald, 

chief constable 
Balmossie street here 
Taylor, Alex. G. M., joiner 
Fraser, George, inspector 
Tolmie, Mrs Alexander 
Gahau, G. Wilkie, artist 
Cuthbert, Miss Mina 
Fowle, Ernest G. , ship surveyor 
Mitchell, Alexander, stevedore 
Fraser, Miss R. N. 
Seott, Rev. John 
Pattullo, Mrs P. W. 
Lindsay, Mrs Mary Anne 
Braidwood, Mrs J. S. 
Ogilvie, Mrs E. 
Maekay, Mrs Louis 
Willocks, James, insur. agent 
Halcro, Mrs, grocer and sub 

postmistress 
Corr, Miss 
Brook, Mrs Helen 
Lowson, Miss Margaret 
Moir, George, grocer 
Gove, David W., clerk 
Hunt, John, nurseryman 
Young, Mrs Victoria 
Goodfellow, S. D. 
Thomson, John 
Charles, Mrs Jane 
Bridge street here 
Chalmers, Harry M., clerk 
Ferguson, Wm., garage propr. 
Ferguson, David T., joiner 
Railway bridge here 
Brown, William, gardener 
Cambustay — - 

William B. Dickie, solicitor 

Archibald P. Dickie, solicitor 
Abertay — Norman A. Pattullo 



DALKEITH ROAD. 



FERRY ROAD. 

St Ronan's Epis. Church Home 
1 Chapman, James, shipmaster 
3 M'Laren, JohnG., P.O. insptr. 
5 Hamilton, Jas., manuf. chemist 
7 Buist, Mrs Elizabeth 
9 Foggie, William, draughtsman 
11 Mackie, James L., architect 
13 Bisset, James T., manager 
15 Galloway, David L., stevedore 
17 Craig, Mrs James 
19 Carruthers, W. G., hairdresser 
21 Ruxton, James, clerk 
23 Paton, David C, ironmonger 
25 Watt, Alfred P., clerk 
27 Falconer, NoraM., licen. groc. 
29 Petrie, Frank M. , traveller 
31 Craig, Wm. Y., draughtsman 

Waverley terrace here 
33 Law, James F. 
35 Anderson, David, engineer 
37 Green, William, harb'ur porter 
39 Anderson, William, jute mer. 
41 Baxter, David K., chemist 
43 Mackenzie, Donald, teacher 
45 Wyllie, Mrs James 
47 Turner, William, clerk 

Arbroath road here 
53 Martin, Miss H. S. G. 

Craigie Bowling Club Grounds 

Craigielea Tennis Club Grounds 
59 Enfield— 

Walter Walker, warehouseman 
61 Archer, James W., engineer 

Nesbitt street here 
63 Wilkie, William S. 
65 Ho wie, Archibald, marine engnr. 

Bingham terrace here 
69 The Manse of Dundee- 
Rev. Dr A. W. Fergusson 

Craigie Quarry 

Dennison road here 

Loraine road here 

89 Steel, E., printer 

91 Gloag, Robert M., tailor 

93 Watson, James 

... Watson, Jas., jun. ,coalmercht. 

95 Killacky, Hugh, stationer 

97 Murray, Alex. S., factory mngr. 
100 M'Laren, Charles R. 

96 Buchan, Andrew, butcher 

94 M'Laren, Mrs Kate 

92 Roberts, P. T., painter 

90 Robbie, Miss 

88 Walker, David, butcher 

86 Bruce, David O, secretary 

... Spillett, Mrs J. W., masseuse 



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Dalkeith road — continued 
84 Duff, Alexander C. , clerk 
82 Crerar & Son, pianotuners 

Wortley place here 
70 Stewart, Andw. , managing dir. 
68 Shepherd, J. Leslie, property 

agent 
... Kingsley- Williams, W., elect- 
rical appliance specialist 
Bingham, terrace here 
64 Kidd, Andrew G., baker 
62 Stewart, Mrs 
. . . Stewart, Miss Isobel B. , teacher 

of elocution 
60 M 'Donald, Hugh 
58 Kidney, William J. B., clerk 
... Kidney, Misses 
56 Millar, Miss Florence K. 
54 Christie, Alex., shipbroker 
52 Murray, John, butcher 
50 Dott, James S., assist, manager 
48 Hogg, Andrew E., tobacconist 
46 Lawson, Mrs Margaret 
44 Craig, Wm. S., chief officer 
42 Watt, Alex. R. , photographer 
40 Melville, Robert S., surgeon 
... Melville, Robert, com. agent 
36 Scott, Mrs Christian 
... Scott, Miss, milliner 

Arbroath road here 
16 Smith, Da vidM., provision mer. 
14 M'Dougall, Colin, skin classifier 
12 Horsburgh, Alexander W., sul- 

phurmaker 
10 Don, Alexander, valveman 

8 Christie, Douglas M.,fish mer. 

6 Scott, William R., gasworker 

DALLFIELD TERRACE. 

DUDHOPE STREET. 

1 Dunlop, Thomas, confectioner 
... Lamb, Thomas, baker 
... Butler, J. F. 

3 Grubb, Mrs Arnot, grocer 
... Barnett, Boot., insur. inspctr. 
... Connolly, Bernard, grocer 

5 Mitchell, Mrs Marjorie 
... Robertson, James, cooper 
... Gellatly, Christopher 
... M'Intosh, Mrs William 

Grant, David, potato salesman 
... M'Manus, Wm., linoleum wrkr. 
... Mackie, Mrs B. 
... M'Lauchlan, Mrs 
... M'Millan, Mrs William 

7 Gallanders, John, engineman 
... Gilruth, James, dairykeeper 

9 Paul, George, jun., postman 



9 M'Cash, Alexander, horseshoer 
... Henderson, William, grocer 
... High, J., coal merchant 
... Storrier, David, ironturner 
... Will, George, labourer 
... Nairn, Robert, shipyard worker 
20 Connelly, Andrew, insur. agent 

16 Park house — 

Ronald M. Gordon, dentist 
12 Anderson, Miss M. 
... Hilton, Andrew 
... Webster, George 
6 Hoskins, Harry, lorryman 
... Fyfe, Alexander, storekeeper 

4 Swinton, Wm. C, wine mer. 
2ABrown, George M., timber mer. 

DALLFIELD WALK. 

DUDHOPE STREET. 

3 Bruce, Henry 

5 Graham, Agnes, grocer 
15 Scott, Alexander, grocer 

17 Lowden, David, labourer 

23 St Anthony's Football Club 
25 Fyfe, Robert, plumber 

29 Shearer, Miss Mary, confectnr. 
41 Duff, James, grocer 

53 Watson. Allan, organbuilder 
M' Donald street here 

56 Forsyth, Miss Kate, confectnr. 

54 Forsyth, Thomas 
46 Taylor, Miss Jane 

40 Wilson, Robert, plasterer 
38 Sime, David 
34 Chalmers, Thomas, painter 
... M'Donagh,Hugh, calenderwkr. 

24 Hunter, (.jeorge, joiner 

20 Gibson. Mrs David, confectr. 

18 Hastings, Wm. M., grocer 
8 Brown, Mrs Mary 

6 Docherty, Mrs, confectioner 

DANIEL STREET. 

BROOK STREET. 

4 Ewart, Alex. T., pawnbroker 
8 Clink, Daniel, millworker 

10 Ferguson, Catherine, confctnr. 

12 Mackay, H. C. , tea merchant 
St Joseph's R.C. Boys' School; 

Marist Brothers, teachers 

DAVIDSON STREET. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

11 Luhrs, Mrs Ella 

13 Leresche, Mrs Jane 

1 5 Jamieson, L'has. , retired banker 
17 Dingwall, Miss Christian 



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19 Watson, Thomas F. 

... Watson, Miss Jane W. 
16 Hay, Mrs William 

DEAN AVENUE. 

CRAIGIE AVENUE. 

1 Nicoll, David, licensed grocer 

3 Fleming, David H. P., jute mer. 

5 Willison, John, oil merchant 

7 Moody, H.,tra'way traffic supt. 
... Galloway, Miss, corsetiere 

9 Neil, Mrs C. 

11 Robertson, Thomas, tailor 

13 Wallace, Andrew, blacksmith 

15 Smith, D. A., traveller 
Crombie terrace here 

25 Ramsay, Mrs Catherine 
Nor an avenue here 

58 Rae, James, teacher 

56 Ogilvie, John, newspaper repre. 

54 Henry, John, baker 

52 Macleod, William, traveller 

50 Anderson, Alexander, manager 

48 Reid, Hector, jun., butcher 

46 Sim, George, grocer 

44 Reid, Mrs David 

... Reid, David, butcher 

40 Stewart, Jas. , assurance insptr 

38 Fraser, Mrs Annie 

36 Buik, David, bookbinder 

34 Pethrick, T., clerk 

32 M'Cann, Jas. L., civil servant 

28 Newton, Mrs Davina, fruiterer 

26 Carmichael, Daniel, baker 
24 Craig, Wm. , foreman joiner 

Crombie terrace here 
22 Leith, James, hairdresser 

20 Petrie, Alexander, grocer 
18 Adam, George, civil servant 

16 Dick, Matthew, jun., bricklayer 

14 Mullally, John, manager 

12 M' Donald, Roderick, traveller 
10 Pellow,ArthurH.,P.O.overseer 

8 Tait, Mrs M, 

... Tait, Andrew W., motor mech. 

6 Leishman, Andrew 

4 Reid, William R. , traveller 

2 Robertson, David, baker 

DENS ROAD. 

VICTORIA ROAD. 

1 Lilburn, John A., shoemaker 

3 Sutherland, Alex., compositor 
... Cargill, Alexander, postman 
... Murray, John, tailor 

... Baxter, David 

... Imrie, Mrs A. C. 

... Kane, Miss Margaret 



47 



49 



51 



53 



Boak, Miss A. 

Laird, Thos. M. , funeral director 
Craik, Charles 
Small, Alexander, traveller 
Quirk, Harry, hairdresser 
Whyte, Mrs Margaret 
Reilly, George, millforeman 
Shaw, Mrs A. 
Ferguson, Mrs Annie 
Arthurstone terrace here 
Dundee Canister Co., Ltd. 
Cowan street here 
Dura street here 
Rashiewell Jute Works ; John 
N. Kyd&Co., Ltd., spinners 
Arklay street here 
Taylor, Alexander N., chemist 
Kennedy, Miss Jessie, confectr. 
Mitchell, James D. , chemist 
M'Lellau, James, overseer 
Bannon, Annie 

Thomson, Miss M. D. , costumier 
Neilson, Charles, milloverseer 
Robertson, Chas., milloverseer 
M'Gregor, William, clerk 
Hay, Frank, shipwright 
Bryson, John, cleik 
Marnoch, Miss Elsie 
Kennedy, Miss Jessie, confectr. 
Jack, Alexander, clerk 
Smillie, Miss Margt., confectr. 
Forbes, William, attendant 
Chalmers, Mrs Helen 
Morrison, Mrs 
Ritchie, H. H. 
Ward, Mrs John 
Clark, Mrs Mary 
Barrie, Mrs Mary 
Heggie, Thomas, foreman 
Mack, Charles, joiner 
Third, James B., clerk 
Latto, James, watchmaker 
Muir, William 
Taylor, William, joiner 
Ogilvie, Mrs 

Kenny, And. R., hairdresser 
Hill, Mrs Mary 
Matthew, William 
Gove, Spencer M. , grocer 
Simpson, Wm., warehouseman 
Winton, Miss Jean 
Crabbe, David 
Robertson, Geo., compositor 
Gorrie. Walter, spirit merchant 
Dair, John, storekeeper 
Paton, David, cooper 
Yeaman, Alexander, postman 
Lindsay, Bessie, music teacher 



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Dens road — continued 
53 Lennox, Mrs W. 
55 Anderson, William, joiner 

Hay, George, clerk 

Dodds, Robert, leathercutter 

Batcheson, David W. , clerk 

Jolly, William 

Slimming, Alexander, factory 
overseer 

Williamson, Miss Jessie 

Sheppard, Jno. , police constable 
57 Japp, Joseph, tramwaydriver 

Caithness, Miss 

Roxburgh, John, mechanic 

Kerr, Robert 

Dougal, Mrs Isabella 
59 Sprunt, George, confectioner 

Sibbald street here 
61 M'Farlane, Jas., matmaker 
63 Kidney, John, machineman 

Baxter, James, mechanic 

Jamieson, William, postman 

Beats, Mrs C. 

Swankie, David G., inspector 
65 Pandrich, Arthur J., traveller 

Duff, James M., car conductor 

Robertson, Miss Jessie 

Prain, Mrs J. 

M' Ritchie, William, postman 

M'Gregor, William, waiter 

Malcolm, James, joiner 

Millar, Alexander, butcher 
67 Gibb, Alexander, jun. , clerk 

Watson, Miss L. 

Brown, Alex., engineer 

Barnett, R. , manager 

Salmond, Mrs D. 

Butchart, Joseph, clerk 

Spalding, Wm. , goods guard 
69 Robertson, David, tailor 

Macdonald, Alex. P., postman 

Wallace, Mrs 

Smith, Walter, glass merchant 

Brady, James, spirit merchant 

Kemlo, Mrs 

Clark, Andrew, electrician 
71 Bain, James, dairykeeper 

Baxter, Mrs Lily, grocer 

Farrow, Thomas, marine engnr. 

Ballingall, David, traveller 

Chapman, George 

Barclay, Miss Jane, weaver 

Kennedy, Mrs Grace 

Smith, Mrs Christina, dress- 
maker 
73 Duff, Mrs Helen 
75 Rice, Arthur, labourer 
77 Hutton, David, baker 



79 Lloyd, Richard, insurance agt. 
81 Boath John, scavenger 
83 Laird, Charles, baker 
85 Morgan , Mrs Christina 

Dens Road School ; W. E. Reid, 
headmaster ; Robert M. 
Douglas, caretaker 

Isla street here 

Dens Park ; Dundee Football 
Club, Ltd. 

Provost road here 

Isla street here 
102 Smith, Patrick, confectioner 
100 Valentine, Alfred W., grocer 
98 Wilson, Mrs 
... Hynd, David, church-officer 
... Chisholm, George 
... Henderson, John, packer 
... Hanley, William H., porter 
96 Winks, John, tramdriver 
... Sheret, Mrs Margaret 
... Black, Robert, frenehpolisher 
94 Morgan, Robert, general dealer 
... Cameron, Wm., milk salesman 
92 Grieve, Mrs Peter 
... Matthew, John 
... Hughes, Bessie 
. . . Bowman, William, motordriver 
90 Blyth, James, harbour porter 
... Crichton, Mrs Jane 
88 Mansi, Mrs Gladys, confectr. 

Main street here 

Hillbank road here 

Alexander street here 
46 Scott's Welfare Club 
34 Ballantine, Mrs, spirit mercht. 

Lamg street here 
32 Knuck, H., & Co., waste mers. 
30 Stewart, William R., & Sons, 
hacklemakers 
2 Cusick, Thos., scrap metal dlr. 

DERBY STREET. 

HILL STREET. 

lAClark, William, joiner 
1 Mitchell, Thomas, confectioner 
Russell street here 
63 Wallace, John, confectioner 
67 S. Martin's Episcopal School ; 
Miss B. L. Leah, headmistrs. 
Harcourt street here 
40 Irving, Mrs Jane 
38 Tait, Alexander, foreman 
36 Vannet, James, contractor 
34 Tait, George, engineer 
32 Clark, Andrew, auctioneer 
30 Sidey, John T., joiner 
... Sidey, Ed. M., insur. agent 



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26 Murray, Thomas, grocer 
24 Strong, E., musical director 
22 Brown, William, clerk 
20 Winbow, Ivor, instructor 
18 Allan, James, telegraphist 

Reid street here 
6 Wallace, Mrs Jane 
4 Pullar, Joseph, pavior 

2 Butchart, Alexander, butcher 

DOCK STREET. 
1 MacLean,MrsB.G.,spiritdealer 

3 Van den Berghs & Jurgens 

(Sales) Ltd. , margarine man- 
ufacturers 

4 Webster, George, grocer 
... Cree, James A., instructor 

... MacLean,MrsB.G.,spiritdealer 
... Matheson, Kenneth, painter 
... Jeffrey, Miss Isabella 

6 WestDockStreetDiningRooms; 

Joseph Potts, manager 

7 Gestetner, L)., Ltd., duplicator 

manufacturers 
9 Coxon, Robert E. , specialty 

salesman 
... Automatic Scale Co., Ltd. ; 

Robt. E. Coxon, representve 
10 Harrison & Reeve, Ltd. , whole 

sale fruit merchants 

14 Cowan, James, &Sons, saltmer- 

chants 

15 Kennedy, John, wine merchant 
Shore terrace here 

16 Mudie, John N., wine merch 

17 Michelin Tyre Co., Ltd. 

18 Nicol, D. & J., shipbrokers 
... Butter, Mrs 

... M'Intosh, Miss, tchr. of sewing 

19 Greig, George A., wholesale 

tobacconist 

20 " Daily Record " and " Sunday 

Mail" Office; K. C. David- 
son, journalist 

21 Murdoch, Chas. M., ins. broker 
... Dundee and Dist. Mutual Glass 

Insurance Association, Ltd. ; 

Dundee Sand and Lighterage 

Co., Ltd.; C. M. Murdoch, 

manager 
. . . Nat. Employers'MutualGeneral 

Insurance Association, Ltd.; 

J. D. Stewart, representative 
... Ministry of Pensions 
... Gibson, David, foreman 

22 Rylands & Son, Ltd.; A. G 

Bain, representative 

23 Falconer,C.M.,&Co.,manufrs 



28 Customs Bond, No. 1 ; George 
Morton, Ltd., proprietors 

32 Stewart, David, restaurateur 

33 Shipping Federation, Ltd. ; J. 

L. Kidd, secretary ; James 
Langlands, registrar 
. . . Hyslop, Thomas, railway guard 
... Alexander, D., & Son, Ltd., 
shipping agents 

34 Reid, Arch. G., wine merchant 
37 India Super Tyres (East Scot- 
land), Ltd. 

39 Kinnes,Robt.,&Sons,shipbkrs. 

... Dow, John Ewan, & Co., mer- 
chants 

... Maxwell, D. C, & Co., Ltd., 
merchants 

... YOUNGER, WILLIAM, & 

CO., LTD., brewers 
.. Galloway, James 

... Crook, fi. J., manager 

... Thomson, Peter, tugmaster 

... Graham, Arch., produce mer. 

... Brand, Alexander, engineer 
Commercial street here 

41 Cruickshank, Alex., spirit mer. 

43 Beattie, Robert, confectioner 
43ALyall, C, fish merchant 

44 Strong, W. & S., Ltd., spirit 

merchants 
47 Allison, J as., & Sons, ropemkrs. 
... Swinton, A. L. , & Co., merchs. 

49 Robbie, George, carting con- 

tractor 
49AHassim, Mrs Helen, confectnr. 

50 Styles, J ohnR., spirit merchant 
Gellatly street here 

54 Employment Exchange ; W. 
Duns, manager 

56 Valvoline Oil Co. ; D. Smith, 

agent 

57 Ewen, Lewis M., spirit mer- 

chant 

59 Kidd, J. L., shipbroker, and 

vice-consul for Portugal 

... Stewart, Charles, vice-consul 
for Sweden 

... Leitch, Andrew, & Co., ship- 
brokers 

... Watson, JohnN. , contractor 

... Donnachie, Mrs 

... Donnachie, Miss C, confectnr. 

60 Gray, Andrew, shipchandler 
62 Sailors' Home and Hostel ; 

Richard O. S. Linn, super- 
intendent 
... Salvatorie, Captain, examiner 
of masters and mates 



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Dock street — continued 
63 Taylor, James (Trongate), Ltd. , 
wholesale chemists 
Candle lane here 
65 Eagle buildings 

Currie & Co., Ltd., building 

trade merchants 
Trades lane here 
Sailors' Reading-Room 
Harbour Police Office ; Murdoch 

Urquhart, detective sergt. 
Customhouse buildings 
ShoreDuesOffice; J . D. Pan ton, 

harbour treasurer 
Harbour chambers — 
John Hannay Thompson, 

harbour engineer 
J. R. Douglass, civil engineer 
Geo. G. Ritchie, harb'r clerk 
John Camming, surveyor of 

cargoes 
Alexander Low, messenger 
Captain W. F. Gregory, 

harbourmaster 
Mrs Elizabeth Anderson 
Customhouse — 
J. D. Johnston, collector of 

customs and excise 
C. L. Hopps, assistant col- 
lector 
David L. Reid, measurer 
James A. Rioch, officer 
John Begbie, officer 
James H. Fargie 
Lyall Johnston 
W. F. Lane 
Joseph L. Whyte 
John MacLean, housekeeper 
Old Age Pension Office — 
Margaret Kidney, pension 

officer 
Rhoda E. Harrison, pension 
officer 
Tay Sand Co. , sand merchants 
Keill, 1. O, potato merchant 

DOCK STREET— East. 
2 Andrew, W. G. , restaurateur 
4 Peggie, James, restaurateur 
8 Adamson, David, hairdresser 
10 Tripless Boot and Shoe Co. 
14 Herald, Miss A., confectioner 
16 Pitkethly, H. S , engineer 
18 Dow, Mrs Robert, tobacconist 
20 Ferguson, Robert, plumber 
Mary Ann lane 
Tay Motor Lorry Co., Ltd. 
Ramsay. G. & D., potato mers. 



26 Maritime buildings 

Dundee, Perth, and London 

Shipping Co., Ltd.; Ralph C. 

Cowper, manager 

Fleming&Haxton, tourist agts. 

Lloyd's Register of Shipping ; 

W. H. Copeman and J. S. 

Thomson, surveyors 

Scot. Agricultural Industries, 

Ltd., manure merchants 
Cunningham, J. & J., Ltd., 

manure merchants 
Pattullo, William, & Co. , Ltd. , 
manure merchants 
Angus Agricultural Assoctn. ; 

John M. Fah'lie, secretary 
Anderson, Robert Hart, Ltd.. 
manure merchants 
28 Cleansing Department ; W. H. 
Sagar, superintendent 
Allan street here 
Tay Works ; Lindsay & Low, 
Ltd., bread & biscuit bakers 
32 Barrie, David, Ltd. , contractors 
... Universal Transport Co. (Scot- 
land), Ld., haulage con tractrs. 
36 Boswell, David, Limited, brass- 
founders; John B. Alexander, 
managing director 
40 Kellie, Robert, & Son, Ltd., 

engineers 
42 Kellie's Garage & Motor Works 
44 Dundee and Arbroath Joint 

Railway Mineral Yard 
... Paton, G. & J., builders' mer- 
chants 
... Gray, Charles, coal merchant 
... Middleton, William, coal mer- 
chant 
... Currie & Co., Ltd., building 
trade merchants 
Peep-o'-Da,y lane here 
50 Dundee Corporation Gas Works 

Melville lane here 
56 Cunningham, J. & J., Ltd., 

manure merchants 
58 Mutter, Howey,& Co., Ltd., con- 
tractors ; T. Grubb, foreman 
Market street here 
60 Public slaughterhouses 
Anderson, John D, supt. 
Ferrier, Hugh, veterinary insp. 
Stevens, John M., clerk 
M'lntyre, John, meat salesman 
Chalmers, W. M. , meatsalesm'n 
Robertson, D. T., & Co., meat 
salesmen 
Coxon Bros., meat salesmen 



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251 



Elder, Magnus, Ltd., meat 

salesmen 
Dundee Meat Market Co., Ltd 
Swift & Co. , meat salesmen 
Murray, W. , & Son, hide mers, 
Dundee Hide, Skin, & Tallow 
Brokers' Co. ; Mungo & 
M 'Queen, proprietors 
Universal Casings Co., Ltd., 
gut manufacturers ; James 
Swan, manager 
64 M'Ara, Alex., coppersmith 
68 Paisley, Elliot, iron merchant 
72 White, John F., Ltd. 

Flourmill house — Wm. Howie 
Camperdown crossing 

1 Irvine&M'Kay,gen.coopers 
D.& A. Joint Railway Station 
Mutter, Howey. & Co., Ltd., 
contractors 
Wordie & Co. , carting agents 
Bookstall ; J. Menzies& Co.Ld 

DOCK STREET— West. 

9 Clark & Sinclair, Ltd., fruit 
merchants 

10 Anderson, Miss A., weaver 
... Cameron, David, foreman 

13 Ness, Robert, enginedriver 
. Turner, John D. , insur. agent 
. Aird, George, tailor 
. Duncan, Robert L. , printer 
. Banks, James, sand merchant 
. Craig, Charles, timekeeper 

14 Lees, Harry, electrical engineer 

15 Forrest, JohnD., egg merchant 

16 Gardiner, James, potato mer. 

17 Walker & Thomson, oil merchts. 
... Farquharson, Joseph G., vice- 
consul for Netherlands 

19 Spence, A., & Co., Ltd., grain 

merchants 
23 Hutton, David, grocer 
29 Bathie, Mrs John M. , spirit mer. 
34 Cordiner, Keith M., saltmerch. 
Pattullo, Higgs, & Co., potato 

merchants 
Craig harbour 
Batchelor, Robert, potato mer. 
H.M.S. Unicorn- 
Headquarters R. N. V. R. 
Dundee Public Baths ; Barry 
Cuthill, engineer 

DON'S ROAD. 

ROSEBANK STREET. 

11 Burnett, Alexauder, gardener 
Stoddart, Andrew, overseer 
Jack, Mrs Catherine 



11 Cramb, Miss Bella 
... M'Nicoll, Mrs James 
... Henderson, Mrs 
... Davidson, Miss I. 

DONALD STREET. 

LOCHEE. 

15 Lochee Sawmills ; Charles 

Brand, wood merchant 
17 Husband, Geo. H. , sorting clerk 
19 Sorley, David, tenter 
21 Kay, Miss Emily 
23 Crerar, William J. 

DOUGLAS STREET. 

9 Tott, William, army instructr. 
11 Dudhope Drill Hall —Head- 
quarters 76th Brig. R.A. ; 
303/304 (City of Dundee) 
Batteries, R.A. 
21 Aerated Water Manfrs'. Bottle 
Exchange: David Ross, secy. 
Bower Mill ; John Sharp & 

Sons, Limited 
Blinshall street here 
99 Park Mill— J. F. Robertson & 
Co., Ltd., jute manufactrs. 
Milne's East wynd here 
10 Dorward, William, motor engr. 
2 Dudhope Works ; William Fer- 
gusson & Sons, Ltd., manufrs. 

DOUGLAS TERRACE. 

WEST OF PANMIJRE TERRACE. 

1 Scott, Clement M., solicitor 

2 Halley, Misses I. M. and A. H. 

3 Ardarroch — Lady Don 

Alfred J. Don, manufacturer 

4 Taylor, Rev. T. S. 

5 Howat, Rev. John 

6 Inverlaw — 

Geo. H. Halley, hacklemaker 

DOUGLAS TERRACE. 

WEST FERRY. 

1 M 'Grady, Henr}' James 

2 Scott, Mrs Jessie M. 

3 Lamb, Geo. S., manufacturer 

4 Peterkin, Alexander, rector 

5 Smith, R. Henderson, solicitor 

6 Stewart, Lady 

7 Donald, Frank J., manufactr. 

8 Reid, William, bank agent 

9 Kirkland, Misses 

10 Thompson, Bruce, assist. mangr. 

11 Thomson, Mrs Margaret 

12 Cleghorn, George M. 

13 Brown, Miller H. 



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Douglas terrace, W. Ferry — contd. 

Home street here 

14 Brown, W. Halley, brewer 

15 Bissett, Robt.,insur. superindt. 

16 M'Clelland, Professor William 

17 Cooper, Norman R. , engineer 

18 Tayside — Misses Fergusson 

19 Hynd, Mrs David 

20 Pitcaithly, Andrew, porter 

22 Mitchell, David, clerk 

23 Robertson, Islay B., railway 

inspector 
... Hall, George, clerk 



DRUMMOND STREET. 

CONSTITUTION ROAD. 

3 Spence, John, grain merchant 
5 Ore, JohnM., solicitor 



DUDHOPE CRESCENT ROAD. 

DUDHOPE CRESCENT. 

2 Spink, James, slater 
... Thomson, James, joiner 

2^Forrester, Mrs Margt., confr. 

6 Small, Mrs Isabella 

8 David, Mrs, confectioner 
10 Dow, William, fruit merchant 
12 Riddoch, Peter, grocer 

John street here 
14 Zaccarini, L., fish restaurant 
16 Greener, Robert, coal merchant 
18 M'Cormack, David L., grocer 
22 Rye, George, butcher 

24 Potts, Frank 

26 Forbes, Graham, grocer 
Parker street here 

25 Johnston, William, grocer 

30 D'dee Pasteurised MilkCo.,Ld 
32 Kidd, Alexander 
.-• M'Lean, William, grocer 
■ •• Anderson, Peter 
... Hayes, Hector, herbalist 
36 Kidd, Alexander, variety store 
40 Chapelshade Halls 
42 Anderson, Isaac, postman 
44 Muir, Mrs Jane 
46 Gillies, Miss Martha 
... Yule, William H., printer 
48 Howarth, Arthur, boot repairer 
50 Sayers, Robert, stationer 
LABURN street 
4 Gauld & Laburn, slate mers 
• •■ Laburn, Robert G., slater 
54 Catholic Apostolic Church 

Central Electricity Station — 
D. H. Bishop, cityelectrl.engr 



DUDHOPE STREET. 
constitution road. 
Rustic place 
1 Rigg, Mrs Agnes 

Cordiner, John A., butcher 

Cordiner, Miss Nain,mus.tchr. 

Gow, Mrs Robina A. 
... Duncan, Mrs 
... Borland, Rev. D. S. 
... Hemming, Rev. D. M. W. 
... Andrew, Rev. Theodore 

Kermath, Miss, dressmaker 
... Sinclair, George, millmanager 
... Allan, Mrs E. 
... Young, David E., clerk 

Petrie, Alex., warehouseman 
... Hutcheson, David G., collector 
... Allan, William, gardener 
. . . Allan, C. F. , solicitor 
... Allan, Mrs Helen, confectioner 
3 Cruickshank, Mrs C. 
... Fisher, Mrs Malcolm 

Low, James, retired teacher 
... Kirkpatrick, Misses 
5 Sandeman, Mrs George 
... Conway, Miss Helen 
... Smith, J. Calder, artist 
... Revel, Miss A. J., music tchr. 
... Steele, Mrs James 
... Little, Mrs William 
... Ruxton, Mrs C. 

Livingstone, .James, overseer 
Paradise road here 
11 Thorns, David, hacklegrinder 
... Robertson, Misses E. and H. 
... Bryce, John, book-keeper 
... Hales, Misses J. &E.,confectrs. 
... Nicoll, Robert 
... Keiller, Euphemia 
... Gahan, James, painter 
13 Dow, Thomas, engineer 
... Rodger, John, glazier 
... Stormont, Mrs Jean 
... Robb, Peter W., sawyer 
... Whyte, John 
15 Johnston, D. K., grocer 
19 Ross, Mrs Elizabeth, confectnr. 
19AGauld, Stewart, china mercht. 
21 Mottashaw, N.C., boot repairer 
23 Aimer, Alexander, secretary 
31 Davie, Margaret, confectioner 
35 Smith, Mrs David, winemer. 
45 Dudhope Free Church 
49 Mearns, John K., & Co., Ltd., 

wholesale warehousemen 
53 Craig, John, stoker 
98 Cadenhead, James, confectioner 
94 Reid, Hector, butcher 



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92 Zaccarini, Augustino, restaurtr. 

90 Hoskins, George, grocer 

86 Crabb & Doig, printers 

84 MacNamara, John, hairdresser 

70 Dorward, Win., spiritdealer 

60 High, J. & A., coal merchants 

58 Wilson, William, newsagent 

56 Foreman, Mrs 

... Hood, Benjamin, grocer 

... White, Stanley, caretaker 

... Murray, Alexander, engineman 

54 Colville, Robert, joiner 

... Boyd, Allan 

52 Melville, James, labourer 

... Ramsay, David, rivetheater 

... Hastie, David, plater 

50 Bain, David, grocer 

Dallfield walk here 
42 Zaccarini, Joseph, restauratr. 
40 Lindsay, George, hairdresser 
38 Nicoll, Mrs, confectioner 
36 Drummond, William, butcher 
34 Davie, Margaret, confectioner 
32 Paton, George, calenderworker 
... Brown, And. W., wareh'seman 
... Watson, MrsM. 
... M' Keith, James, dyer 
30 Elder, Alexander, baker 
28 Cooper Bros. , furniture dealers 

Dallfield terrace here 
18 Gowans, C. S. , whlsle. stationer 
14 Hales, Misses J. &E.,confectnrs. 
12 Gyle, Dr John B. 
10 Craigbank — 

James Anderson, druggist 

8 Nelson, Rev. Dr William 

6 Urquhart, Dr May F. 
... Urquhart, Mrs James 

4 Wenyou, Dr Edwin James 
... Wenyon, Dr E. J. M. 

2 Society for Prevention of 
Cruelty to Children ; David 
Donald, officer 



DUDHOPE TERRACE. 

CONSTITUTION ROAD. 

4 Gibson, Dr Henry J. C. , medi- 

cal superintendent 

5 Nurses' Training School 

7 Ritchie, Arthur G, wholesale 

grocer 

8 Lindsay, Rev. James 

9 Ballingall, William, brewer 

10 Stevenson, Mrs Francis 

11 Henderson, John R. 

12 Thomson, Arch., waste mer. 

1 3 Weatherhead, Very Rev. James 



14 Hazelwood — 

Mrs James M. Bradford 

16 Maclean, W. G. 

School for Deaf; Mary F. 
Turnbull, headmistress 

DUFF STREET. 

EAST END OF CLEPINGTON ROAD. 

3 Robertson, Charles, manufactr. 

5 Ferguson, Wm., licensed grocer 

7 Peters, Alex. W. , teacher 
9 Walker, John R., clerk 

11 Sinclair, James, bank agent 
13 Webster, Mrs William 
... Muirden, Mrs M. C. L. 

15 Bigwood, Rev. William C. 

17 Fairweather, W. P., merchant 
... Duncan, George, reed manuf. 

8 Matthew, Alex., butcher 

6 Watterston, Mrs 

... Watterston, Margaret M.,tchr. 
... Watterston, Janet R. W., asst. 
secretary 

4 Gray, John Y. 

2 Brown, Mrs Isabella 

DUNDEE ROAD. 

STANNERGATE. 

7 Hensol— 

Jas. Robertson, iron merchant 

9 Morris, Donald H., elect. engnr. 
11 Menzies, John A., draper 

13 S to well, William H, musician 

Christian road here 
19 Graham, Mrs J., draper 
21 Loney, Miss 
23 Nicoll, William, merchant 
25 Vinebank — 

Alex. Stewart, representative 
27 M'Farlane, Harry, manager 
29 French, Miss Annie, dressmkr. 
31 Dunard — 

Robert W. Kellie, engineer 
41 Guild, Thomas, dairyman 

Margaret crescent 

1 Young, John, gardener 

43 Dickson, James, gas engineer 
Ralston road 
Beachtower — 
R. N. Band, secretary 

2 Sutherland, John, gardener 
69 Fernhall— Miss Sharp 

Thomas Buchanan, gardener 
75 Kerr, Peter, gardener 

Fairfield road here 
81 Ash wood — 

Mrs James Nicoll Smith 

Thomas L. Smith 

William Richardson, gardener 



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Dundee road — continued 

85 Robberds, Most Rev. W. J. F. 

89 Bryans— Mrs John M. Hendry 

91 Johnston, David 

95 Craig Lee — W. Eoss Smith 
Ellieslea road here 
Balmyle road here 

101 Leabank — 

D. L. Barrie, traveller 
103 Scott, Mrs Elizabeth M. 

Grove road here 
107 Gloack, Miss Edith 

Victoria road here 
113 Airlie Park- 
Sir Chas. C. Barrie, shipowner 
Mrs James Fairweather 
115 Graham, Mrs Margaret 
... Watson, James, gardener 
West Queen street here 
119 Crofts, Geo. M. , warehouseman 
... Crofts, Miss, teacher of music 
123 Paton, Mrs Robert P. 
125 Sturrock, Miss 
127 Wilson, James, draper 
129 Western Public School; A. N 
Bryce, headmaster 
We&lfield road here 

96 St Stephen's Church 
94 Ramsay, Misses 

92 Clark, W. Lawson 

90 Parkman, James, teller 

88 Duncan. John K. , pawnbroker 

86 Duff, Mrs R. P. 
84 Jamieson, Mrs 
82 Henderson, James Lindsay, 

leather merchant 
80 Green, B. E., engineer 
78 Barrie, James 
72 Johnston, James, confectioner 
Home street here 
West Ferry Station ; Andrew 

Pitcaithly, porter 
64 Blair, Mrs Jane 
62 Denny, Mrs Helen 
. . . Lawrence, Leslie F. W. , excise 

officer 
60 Hynd, Christopher, printer 
... Milne, George, gardener 
... Cunningham, John 
... Anderson, William, chauffeur 
... Lornie, David 
... Cunningham, John, jr., signlnm. 
... Robertson, Alex., chauffeur 
... Mathers. John, gardener 
58 Young, William B., cashier 
56 West Ferry Post Office ; Wm. 

Gibson, sub-postmaster 
... Gibson, Mrs Wm., confectioner 



52 Gillanders, C. M., grocer 
50 Peters, Robert S., newsagent 

Constable lane here 

Beach lane here 

Grove lane 

Bay house — 
A. S. Cameron, housefactor 
36 Davidson, Miss F. E. 

34 Leslie, Mrs William 

32 Nicoll, John, bank agent 

30 Taypark Hotel; Miss J. R. 

Cooper, proprietrix 
Ogilvie road here 

26 Harecraig — 

Charles G. Soutar, architect 

22 London, George S., gardener 

20 Taycliff— Peter R. Johnston 
18 Tosh, Miss L. J. 

14 Thomson, Thomas, chauffeur 

12 Ravenscraig — 
Mrs A. C. Scott 
T. W. Scott, jutespinner 
James Deuchars, gardener 
6 Walker, William, attend, officer 

DUNDONALD STREET. 

CLEPINGTON. 

Mission Hall 

21 Henry, Andrew, contractor 

... Sharp, James, & Co., oilmchts. 

23 Cowie, Miss Annie, confection'r 
25 Stewart, Thomas, baker 

... Siller, Robert 

.. Stewart, Mrs John 

... Anderson, William, labourer 

... Gourlay, John, van salesman 

27 Buchan, Andrew, butcher 
29 Dickson, Miss 

... Harley, Andrew, butcher 

... Mathew, Arthur, butcher 

... Martin, Mrs Jane 

31 Petrie, James, tailor 

... Anderson, Alex. G., plumber 

... Welch, Charles, baker 

... Cargill, William, engineer 

... Leslie, Ralph, engineer 

... Ogilvie, William, painter 
SlJDow, Miss H., confectioner 

33 Lindsay, Mrs H. 

... .M'Leod, James, tramwaymah 
... Clark, Mrs Eliza 
... Cockburn, Mrs Georgina 
33ABurnett, Robert, baker 

35 Smith, John S., mechanic 
... Leighton, Alexander 

... Drummond, Gordon, manager 

... Millar, Mrs Margaret 

37 Forbes, James, motordriver 



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1 



37 Pollock, Mrs E. 

... Malloy, John, lamplighter 

39 Youngson, William, butcher 
... Barrie, James, painter 

41 Stewart, Peter, motordriver 

... Thomson, Wm. , brassmouldei 

... Lowden, John, collector 

43 Nicoll, James, baker 

... Coupar, Charles, ironturner 

... Robertson, James, porter 

... Middleton, Miss Jessie, draper 

45 Kinmond, Mrs Alex. N., draper 

47 Vettraino, G. , confectioner 

49 Inch, William, patternmaker 

... MacKenzie, James, tenter 

... Beatson, Wm., spirit merchant 

... Irons, Charles, manager 

Ogilvie street here 

Manhattan Works; F. S. Sande- 
man&Sons,Ltd. , manufactrs. 

Court street here 

40 Macdonald, Allan H.,lic. grocer 
36 Hedley, James, carter 

... M'Donald, Mrs Jessie 

... Arnot, Miss Jean, midwife 

... Colquhoun, Mrs Catherine 

... M'lMab, Mrs Agnes 

34 Souter, Miss J. F.. outfitter 

32 Graham, Mrs Margaret, confctr 

30 Williamson, Isaac, fireman 

... Tyrie, William, millworker 

28 Brown, Peter, grocer, Sub-P.O 

Wolseley street here 
26 Watson, John, stationer 
24 Craig, William A., dairykeeper 
22 Crowe, Mrs Jessie, baker 
20 Paladini, A. & R., fish restrnt 
18 Orr, Mrs Janet, confectioner 
16 Gallacher, Miss Jane, stationer 

12 Gray, Alexander, stevedore 
... Ballantyne, Wm.,shuttlemaker 
... Vettraino, Jack, confectioner 

10 Thomson, David, wine mercht. 

DUNTRUNE TERRACE. 

WEST FERRY. 

1 Murray, James, retd. registrar 
3 Acharn — Geo. Fraser, dentist 
5 Hutcheson, Mrs William T. L. 
7 Chalmers, James A. 
9 Strachan, Mrs A. M. 

11 Lamb, C. C, secretary 

13 M'Kenzie, Alex., professor of 

chemistry 
15 Wright, James, prov. merchant 

Claypots road here 
28 Berg, R. J. 
... Rhodes, James 



26 Soutar, Mrs J. G. 

24 Fullerton, J. M., merchant 
22 Langlands, Jas. B., architect 
20 Scott, Walter, manufacturer 
18 Muir, John B., coal merchant 
14 Bald, James C. 

12 Mackay, Geo., retired captain 

10 Martin, Miss M. L., nurse 
... Martin, Miss I. EL, nurse 

8 Belhaven — Misses Kinmond 
6 Kinmond, John G. 

4 Morton, George C, architect 

DURA STREET. 

DENS ROAD. 

1 Dura Works ; James Scott &, 
Sons, Ltd., manufacturers 
Broicn Constable street here 
Erskine street here 

9 Buist, Bertie, prov. mercht. 

11 Gourlay, Mrs Ann, newsagent 

13 Anderson, David, saddler 
... Lamond, Miss 

... Binnie, David, tilelayer 
... Robertson, John, caretaker 
... Allison, Mrs G. 
... M'Lean, John, cashier 
Maitland street here 

27 Miller, Mrs Jessie, coal mercht. 
29 Robertson, T. & J., coal mers. 
... Boyle, Poland J., contractor 
... Ogilvie, John, potato merchant 
... Cusick, Thomas, general dealer 
29f Steven, Mrs Grace, laundry kpr. 
31 Edgerton, Mrs William 

33 Morton, Mrs Annie, grocer 
39 Watson, James, fish restaurant 

Langlands street here 
45 Simpson, David, manual teacher 
. . . Lesslie, Eliz. , tailor's machinist 
... Wilson, James, brassfinisher 
... Scott, James, criminal officer 
... Simpson, Misses E. &K., dairy 

produce dealers 
47 Phillips, Jas. N., spirit mercht. 

Balm ore street here 
49 Rose, Mrs H., grocer 
51 Cowley, Mrs John 
... Waddell, Mrs J., confectioner 
... M'lntyre, Bernard, milloversr. 
... Matthew, David, mechanic 
... Watson, Miss Ellen 
... Pattison, John, joiner 
. . . Baxter, Mrs Elizabeth 
53 Fleming, Alfred, railway guard 
... Clark, Alexander, busdriver 
... M'Farlane, Jos., book-keeper 
... Nicoll, Arthur, bar manager 



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Dura street — continued 

53 Geekie, Stewart, gasworker 
... Davidson, Walter, joiner 

... M'Kay, Alex., furniture dealer 

55 Sime, John, shipmaster 
... Jeffrey, John, fitter 

... Ramsay, David, euginedriver 
... Norrie, Wm. , motordriver 
... Moncur, Joseph, fireman 
,.. Chalmers, David 

57 Tarbet, Miss 

... Stephen, Miss Isabella 

... Bathie, Andrew, baker 

... Thomson, Wm. W., traveller 

... Scrimgeour, James, pipefitter 

59 Small, A. R., laboratory atndnt. 
... Smith, James, billiard room 

attendant 
... Paton, Mrs 
... Eggie, Alexander, carter 
... M'Laren, James, tenter 

61 Forte, P., fish restaurant 
Eliza street here 

108 Laing, Andrew, spirit mercht. 
106 Duff, David, confectioner 
104 Fyffe, Miss W. T., tobacconist 
102 Kinnear, Alex. M., saddler 
96 Beattie, W. F. , pastrybaker 
94 Robertson, T. D. , grocer 
92 Manners, George, blacksmith 
. . . Allan, J. R. , &. Son, coal mrchts. 
... Williamson, Joseph, chemist 
... Anderson, George, blacksmith 
90 Findlay, Mrs A., fruiterer 
88 Jack, William, butcher 
86 Donald, Margaret V., draper 
84 Pike, Harry, confectioner 
78 Wallace, J. M., & Sons, bakers 

Eliza street here 
76 Lamond, Mrs J as., lied, grocer 
72 Gourlay, Mrs Ann, newsagent 
70 Robertson, Mary, confectioner 
66 Gilmour, Robert, bootmaker 
64 Simpkin, Samuel, shoemaker 
... Morrison, William, fireman 
... Smeaton, Mrs Isabella 

62 Smith, J. & G. , grocers 

60 Ireland, C. &A., butchers 

58 Ross, James, hairdresser 
56ARobertson, Alex., newsagent 

56 Robertson, Miss Letitia 

54 Marshall, Miss Jessie, draper 
44 D'dee Pasteurised Milk Co., Ld. 
42 Bain, David, cabinetmaker 

Harriet street- here 
40 Shaw, Peter, storekeeper 
32 Cowley, Mrs H. A., stationer 
30 Morrison, Miss Mary, confectr. 



Stobswell road here 
28£Stobswell Works ; Buist Spin- 
ning Co., Ltd., jutespinners 
North Ershine street here 
28 Leighton, James, blacksmith 
. Phillips, Thos. , marine enginer. 
. Barclay, Francis, sen. ,harb. ptr. 
. Ross, George M., ironmoulder 
. Ross, Robert, ironmoulder 
. Kiddie, Robert, motordriver 
26aLow, Robert A., painter 
22 Wilkie, Alexander, plumber 
20 Franchi, V., confectioner 

6 Rutherford, Misses M. & E., 

confectioners 
Ogilvie street here 
2 Constable Works ; Malcolm, 
Ogilvie, & Co., Ltd., spinners 

EADIE'S ROAD. 

VICTORIA ROAD. 

8 Kidd, J. & J., joiners 
Forebank house — 
Marist Brothers, teacher 

EARL STREET. 

LOCHEE. 

1 Reoch, William, plumber 

... Reoch, Wm., jun. , electrician 

4 M'Intosh, Chas. .frenchpolisher 
... Marnie, Mrs William 

... Smith, Mrs Helen 

... Watson, John, water inspector 

... Leslie, Miss Helen R. , grocer 

2 Stevenson, Robert 
... Ritchie, David 

... Reoch, Alex. F., plumber 

EASSON'S ANGLE. 

MILNBANK ROAD. 

1 Connelly, Mary, confectioner 
... Smith, David, calenderer 

... M'Farlane, Alexander, joiner 
... M'Farlane, Wm., tobacconist 
lAReid, Thomas, tailor 
.. Williamson, David, painter 
... Bowie, Frank G. , plumber 

3 Imrie, William W. 

... Imrie, Mrs Wm., confectioner 

5 Miller, Thomas, coal merchant 

7 Kinnear, Joseph 

... Lumsden, John, shipwright 
... MacDonald, Duncan, woodcrvr. 
... Nicoll, Alexander, mechanic 

4 Whittet, Jas., calenderworker 
... Clark, Philip, draper 

2AMorrice, Walter, blacksmith 

2 Lindsay, George, hairdresser 



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EDEN STREET. 

ARBROATH ROAD. 

1 Wighton, Frank, salesman 

.. Gavine, Mrs E. J. 

.. Lindsay, Robert, plumber 

.. Milne, William, carpenter 

. . Milne, Miss Jennie, draper 

.. Bennet, David, coal merchant 

.. Cooper, Mrs Mary 

.. Niven, Miss Elizabeth 

.. Easton, James, blacksmith 

3 Anderson, Jas. F., draughtsman 
.. Peters, James 

.. Brown, Alex. S., grocer 

.. Proctor, Albert, confectioner 

.. Proctor, William 

.. Thomson, William, traveller 

. . Johnston, Nathaniel, overseer 

.. Henderson, And., shore porter 

.. M'Glashan, David, shipwright 

5 Bruce, Miss Annie 

.. Leslie, James, tramdriver 

.. Winter, Wilson, boilermaker 

.. Cuthbert, Jas., meat salesman 

.. Short, John D., paper-ruler 

7 Summers, Harry, storekeeper 
.. Walker, M'Gregor, police con. 
.. Ross, Mrs M. A. 

.. Christie, John D., overseer 

.. Ramsay, James, weighman 

. . Robertson, Alexander, foreman 

.. Harper, William, chauffeur 

9 Duncan, Robert D., gasfitter 

.. Mitchell, Mrs Jean D. 

.. Graham, George, plumber 

. . Bleachley, Jas. , dredger worker 

. . Reid, William, watchman 

8 Anderson, Win. S. , vehicle bldr. 
. . Clark, Peter, blacksmith 

.. Leys, Mrs Alexander 

.. Simpson. John, cabinetmaker 

.. Miller, Alexander, baker 

. . Brown, Joseph, joiner 

. . Low, David A., joiner 

. . Meakin, Samuel, irondriller 

6 Butchart, Miss Mary, dressmkr. 
. . Mathers, Albert P. , engineer 
.. Beckett, Thomas, joiner 

.. Keddie, Alexander, engineer 

.. Mill, George, gasfitter 

.. Gardiner, Jn. H., patternmaker 

4 Brown, Miss Elizabeth 

.. Cargill, David, harbour porter 
. . Clark, James, engineer 
.. Hobson, Edmund S., butcher 
. . Lowden, Mrs J. D. 
. Cameron, Donald, painter 
2 Butt, Alfred Mitchell, dentist 
14 



EDWARD STREET. 



BROOK STREET. 

Edward Street Mill; John 
Sharp &Sons, Ltd. ,jutespinrs. 
Forest Park place here 
7 Davidson, William F., hardware 
merchant 
Larch street here 
33 Mawhinney, Wm., & Son, coal 

merchants 
35 Lorimer, John, mason 
... Jackson, Harry, grocer 
. . . Home, Mrs Mary, restaurateur 
... Craik, Mrs 

... Brown, John, cabinetmaker 
... Wood, Robert, foreman 

ELGIN STREET. 

DOWNFIELD. 

1 Robb, Charles, manag. director 

3 M'Gill, James, warehouseman 

5 Mudie, James, secretary 

7 Galloway, James, plumber 
9 Galloway, Edward, clerk 

11 Wilkie, Mrs Jane, winemerch. 
13 Kenilworth — 

James Knight, resident secy. 
10 Dall, William, clerk 

8 Steele, Stewart, joiner 

6 Hutchison, David M., overseer 

4 Hoi way, RaymondL., analytical 

chemist 

2 M'Lean, Alexander, joiner 

ELIZA STREET. 

ALBERT STREET. 

3 Millar, John, fitter 

. . . Caf olla, Mrs L. , fish restaurate'r 
... Watt, John, railwayman 
Molison street here 
StobswellCentralPublicSchool; 
James Watson, headmaster; 
William Ducat, caretaker 
Catherine street here 
6 Malloch, John, overseer 
. . . Joss, John, foreman irondresser 
Dura street here 

4 Forte, Philip, fish restaurateur 
... Shepherd, Mrs J. 

... Burnett, Alex., jutestower 
... Glenday, Alexander, tailor 
... Reid, James S. 
... Smith, Isabella 

2 Gallon, Robert, grocer 
... Sclater, John, joiner 
... Anderson, Alexander, painter 
... Adamson, Alex., goods checker 

. . Doig, Mrs Margaret 



258 

ELIZABETH STREET. 

MAXWELLTOWN. 

7 Irish National Foresters 
23 Hird, James, fireman 

... Sullivan, Archibald, overseer 

... Tocher, Sydney, grocer 

... Carroll, Thos. , insurance agent 

... Greig, Mrs Annie 

... Stewart, Harry, fruiterer 

... Fernie, Melville, labourer 

25 Gribbin, Mrs Charlotte, grocer 

Alexander street here 
45 Tay Confectionery Co. 
61 Fisher, Gillis, & Co. , cabntmkrs. 
36 Sullivan, Patrick, general dlr. 

Alexander street here 
20 Greig, Mrs Annie, dairykeeper 
16 Duirs, James, hairdresser 
... Watt, Mrs Margaret 
. . . Gilchrist, Miss Agnes, confectr. 

8 M'Gillivray, Alexander 

... Jack, John C, blacksmith 

6 Carnegie, Wm., waste mercht. 
... Maxwell, George, coal merch. 
... Keillor. James, overseer 

4 Greig, Robert J., housefactor 

. . . Reid , Miss Jessie L. , dressmkr. 
... Grainger, James 

2 Wallace, Jas. C, pastry baker 
... Duncan, Mrs S., fruiterer 

... Duncan, Stewart, shipwright 

ELLEN STREET. 

ANN STREET. 

3 Swan, Robert, coal merchant 
... Taylor, Mrs James W. 

... Swan, James, plumber 

... Wallace, Frederick, insur. agt. 

5 Adamson, Thomas, iron turner 
... Ogilvie, David, joiner 

... Sutherland, William, sailmaker 
... Inglis. Henry, foreman 

7 Cruickshank, Adam, labourer 
... Barrie, Mrs John 

... Keir, John 
... Low, George, mechanic 
... M'Gregor, William 
... Warden, George 

9 Ballantyne, James, joiner 
... Anderson, James, engineer 
... Morris, William, dairykeeper 
... MTntosh, Mrs 

... Gallacher, Miss D. 

Ness street here 
13 Brady, Mrs Edward 
19 Forbes, Morris, painter 
27 Martin, James S., motor engnr 
... Smart, William, motordriver 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



Ann street here 

26 Jack, James, carter 
20 Wallace. Airs Bella 
18 Hovell, Thomas 

... Anderson, Walter, carcleaner 
8 Morris, William, dairykeeper 
6 Milne, Charles, coaldealer 
2 Boys' Home ; Francis Stark, 
superintendent 

ELLEN STREET— North. 

ANN STREET. 

23 M'Laren, Miss A., dairykeeper 
25 Cushnie, David, confectioner 

27 Prain, John, draper 

... Gauld, Stewart, hardware mer. 
33 Maokay, Miss C, fruiterer 

35 Thomson, Fred., jute worker 
40 Tay Oil & Paint Co., Dundee,Ld. 

36 Cooney, Mrs Annie 

. . . M 'Connachie, Jos. , calendrwkr. 
30 Gourlay, Mrs Ann 

24 Ritchie, Mrs Euphemia 

20 Reilly, Tom, music teacher 

A lexander street here 
16 Hill, Miss Jane 
14 Lamb, James, boxmaker 
... Devine, John, collector 
... Dall, James, bookbinder 
10 Martin, George, moulder 
... Fleming, James, butcher 
8 Cuthill, Alexander, foreman 
6 Hendry,Alex.,corporationwkr. 
4 Boyack, George, warehouseman 

ELLENGOWAN DRIVE. 

FEKRY ROAD. 

1 Wills, James, chef 

2 Murray, Wm. , lino, operator 

3 Barrie, Thomas, marine engnr. 

4 M'Kenzie, Duncan, bank clerk 

5 Greig, Miss 

6 Gavin, David A., civil servant 

7 Keiller, James, clerk 

8 Rush, Philip, chef 

9 Crystal, F., sheet-metal worker 

10 White, Samuel, labourer 

11 Morris, MrsMargt.,dairyke'per 

12 Wilcox, Percy, radiographer 

13 Kingsman, William, plumber 

14 Stewart, Sidney, shipwright 

15 Gray, James, gas worker 

16 Bayne, Robert, clerk 

17 Young, Charles, baker 

18 Forbes, Alex. W., tobacconist 

19 Dineley, Alfred, foreman 

20 Drury, Thomas, engineer 

21 Berwick, AVilliam, motordriver 



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259 



22 Owler, George L. , baker 

23 Scott, Miss Alexina 

24 Holmear, Albert, civil servant 

25 Stewart, Alexander, foreman 

26 Wright, George C.,motordriver 

28 Blacklaw, E. , shipsteward 

29 Deacons, Frank, grocer 

30 Macdonald, James , confectioner 

31 Hutcheon, Miss Ellen 

32 Russell, Lewis, engineer 

33 Nivison, David, grocer 

34 Burnett, George T. , baker 

35 Methven, Charles, manager 
... Meohven. Mrs C, confectioner 

36 Bruce, Mrs Isabella 

37 Begg, Wm. D., tobacconist 

38 Boardman, Ernest, mechanic 

39 Paterson, Andrew, clerk 

40 Spence, James, baker 

41 Shu ttle worth, Alfred E., weigh 

ing machine maker 

42 Burwood, Wm., motordriver 

43 Fyffe, Angus, grocer 

44 Burness, Mrs 

45 Reid, James, insurance agent 

46 Kinmond, Mrs W., dairy pro 

duce dealer 

47 Thomson, Morris, tailor's cutter 

48 Menzies, Norman J., printer 

49 Watt, John, busdriver 

50 Barker, Cyril, motordriver 

51 Lindsay, Mrs Alexander 

52 Hutchinson, Arthur, civil servt 

53 Spence, Edwd., photo engraver 

54 Walker, John, secretary 

55 Mudie, David, painter 

56 Ogilvie, James, milk salesman 
Ellengowan house — 

William R. Johnston, mercht 

William Lawson, foreman 

Geo. Ogilvie, preserve manufr 

Thornbank house — James Alex 

ander& Co., produce merchts. 

57 Beat, Andrew C. H., printer 

58 Watson, James 

59 M'AUister, Andrew, porter 

60 Macdonald, Donald, shipmaster 

61 Christie, William, gardener 
. . . Christie, Mrs W. , grocer 

62 Farquharson, W. B. , motordrvr 

63 Halkett, Miss 

64 Johnstone, James, inspector 

65 Macarthur, Alex., engineer 

66 Cameron, Malcolm, foreman 

67 M'Leish, J. F., marine enginr 

68 Angus, Mrs James 

69 Caswell, Frederick, manager 

70 Stewart, Mrs Margaret 



71 Swainston, Robt., wireless dlr. 

72 Fender, David, bootmaker 

74 Brown, Alexander, clerk 

75 Mitchell, Wm. D., com. agent 

76 Justice, William, plumber 

77 Coller, John, shoemaker 

78 Tait, William, fireman 

79 Higgins, Robert, mechanic 

80 Patterson, David, clerk 

81 Cameron, George P., traveller 

82 Whamond, George, compositor 

83 Longair, Mrs Janet, draper 

84 Salmond, Mrs James 

85 Erskine, William, traveller 

86 Scott, John, clerk 

87 Watt, Mrs Jean 

88 Searle, Arthur, manager 

89 Cowan, Fredk., motordriver 

90 Sturrock, David, motordriver 

91 Boa, Peter, printer 

92 Walker, Henry B., printer 

93 Gray, Alex., warehouseman 

94 Robb, Geo. S., press m'chineman 

95 Officer, Mrs Margaret 

96 Falconer, John G. , supervisor 

98 Knox, Duncan D., salesman 

99 Mackie, Alexander, boxmaker 

100 Stewart, James, watchman 
... Stewart, Phyllis F., fruiterer 

101 Woodcock, George, vanman 

102 Reid, Alexander 

104 Foster, Mrs Annie 

105 Mudie, Geo. A., jun., butcher 

106 Hill, Frederick W., engraver 

107 White, Charles, sawyer 

108 Lackie, James TV, stationer 

109 Battes, Robert, cashier 

110 Dickson, Frank, shoe repairer 

111 Mitchell, David, electrical engr. 

112 Coulter, William, traveller 

113 Wright, Harry, foreman 

114 Russell, Thomas W., reader 

115 Archer, Mrs 

116 Bruce, Harry, china merchant 

117 Urquhart, Charles, salesman 

118 Cramond, Mrs William 

119 Cowan, Mrs W. 

120 High, William, grocer 

... High, Alexander, coal mercht. 

121 M'Intosh, George, overseer 

122 Skilling, James R., flooring 

contractor 

123 Nicoll, James, caretaker 

124 Taylor, Mrs John 

125 Dargie, Wm. Young, clothier 

126 Sinclair, C. W., music teacher 

127 Thorns, Mrs Mary S. 

128 Morrison, Mrs 



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ELLIESLEA ROAD. 



WEST FERRY. 

3 Ellieslea— 

David A. Anderson, manufr 
7 Hazelwood — 

T. N. J. Bell, manufacturer 
A Ibany road here 
9 Homebank — Mrs James Tawse 

11 Grieve, William, gardener 

... Chambers, William, chauffeur 
Redroofs — T. L. Miller, manuf, 

12 Cargill, James, gardener 

10 Anderson, John A. 

6 Taychreggan — 

Colonel T. G. Luis 
Alexander Morgan, chauffeur 

2 Inveravon — 

D. C. Thomson, newspaper 
proprietor 

ELM STREET. 

BLACKNESS ROAl>. 

1 Gray, Mrs Margaret 

3 Pettigrew,Rod ,t'mp'ranceagt. 
5 May, George, traveller 

7 Young, George H. , buyer 
9 M 'Donald, Mrs 

11 Christie, John, motor mechanic 

13 Hunt, Miss Helena, teacher 
15 Forsyth, David, clerk 

17 Keith, John R., draper 

19 Paterson, John P., plumber 

21 Neilson, David G., clerk 

25 Haining, Mrs George 

27 Copestick, P. H., ticketwriter 

29 Ferguson, John, engineer 

31 Duguid, John M. , surveyor 

33 Keracher, Mrs Jessie 

35 Watson, Robert, spirit mercht. 

37 Mackenzie, Alexander, teacher 

39 Hogg, John, engineer 

Logie avenue here 
41 Clark, Thomas, insur. supt. 
43 Niramo, M., telephone mangr. 
45 Bell, George, baker 
47 Mackenzie, Hector 
49 Edwards, James 
... Edwards, David, bookbinder 
51 Kiddie, John A., teleph. engr. 
53 Morgan, Mrs 

55 Gauld, Robert L. .works mngr. 
57 Stewart, Thomas, railwayman 
59 Bonar. Charles, clerk 
61 Gay, John, police sergeant 

63 Lyall, William, traveller 
68 Hume, James A., clerk 
66 Craig, Mrs 

64 Law, Thomas P. , postman 



62 Lindsay, William V., licensed 

grocer 
60 Robertson, Alexander 
58 James, Robert C, joiner 
56 Huggins, Alfred, clerk 
54 Chessar, Robert, printer 
52 Ogilvie, Wm. S. , licensed grocer 
50 Matthew, George, marineofficer 
48 Kennedy, Alex., blacksmith 
46 Anderson, Walter, traveller 

Logie avenue here 
44 Mitchell, Wm.W. , motor engnr. 

40 Johnston, Miss Elizabeth, nurse 

38 Weir, George G. , clerk 

36 Burnett, Alex. D., physical inst. 

34 Reid, James, confectioner 

32 Scott, John M., clerk 

. . . Scott, W. M. ,pressphotographer 

30 Thiele, Frank, tailor 

28 Smith, John, calender foreman 

26 Gibson, Alfred, clerk 

24 Thomson, Alfred S., painter 

22 Kinnear, John M., traveller 

20 Morton, Thos. G., insur. inspr. 

18 Anderson, Jas. S., insur. clerk 

16 Chambers, B. S., tobacconist 
... Chambers, James 

14 Mackay, Mrs P. 
12 Coyle, Joseph F. , draper 
10 Wallace, Andrew M., butcher 
8 Ferguson, James F., spirit mer- 
chant 
6 M'Lean, James R., mason 
4 Sim, J. Herbert, grocer 
2 Brown, James, P.O. inspector 

ERSKINE STREET. 

VICTORIA STREET. 

1 Eastern Co-operative Soc. , Ltd. 

17 Robertson, James, confectioner 
Lyon street here 

Arthur stone terrace here 

39 Broadway Theatre ; George W. 

White, proprietor 

41 Simpson, John, storekeeper 
... Coupar. Walter, ironturner 
... Gray, William, butcher 

... Condie, William, busdriver 

... Ogilvie, Andrew, joiner 

... Ferguson, David fi., waiter 

... Cruickshank, Mrs I. 

43 Bruce, David P., vanman 

... Bruce, David P., jun., grocer 

... Chalmers, David, tramdriver 

... Hutcheson, William, porter 

... Chalmers, Mrs B. , newsagent 

... Anderson, John 

... Whitton, Mrs James 



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45 M'Donald, David, blacksmith 
... Clark, James, tailor 
... Silvie, David, joiner 
... M'Gre'gor, John, hatchman 
47 Small, Peter, painter 
... Gowaus, Win, P., goods checker 
... Ogg, James M., bootmaker 
... Low, William B., mechanic 
... Jackson, Mrs D. 
49 Scrimgeour, John, joiner 
... Fender, David C., compositor 
... Young, Thomas, clerk 
... Duncan, Miss Mary 
. . . M'Intosh, Chas. W. ,copersmth. 
... Walker, Mrs Margaret 
... Gibson, Allan, motordriver 
51 Findlay, James, joiner 
... Blyth, Alexander, electrician 
... Thomson, Miss Mary 
... Thomson, James, church officer 
... French, James, advtg. agent 
... Dunn, Mrs 
53 Clark, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Smart, Miss Mary C. 
... Merrilees, Daniel, baker 
... Low, John C, shoemaker 
... M'Vie, Floral. 
... Reid, Misses E. and L. 
Dura street here 
Arthurstone terrace here 
22 Mitchell, John, fireman 
... Gibson, Wm.C, motor engineer 
... Rodger, David, church-officer 
... Watson, George, baker 
... Fenwick, Andrew, fireman 
20 Mollison, Friend S. , grocer 

Lyon street here 
12 M'Farlane, James, plasterer 
... Hunter, Thomas, gasfitter 
2 Millar, Miss M., dairykeeper 
... Hoy, W. W., engineer 
... Gowans, Miss E., cert, midwife 
... Maxwell, Fred. , frenchpolisher 



ERSKINE STREET— Nortn. 

DURA STREET. 

14 Leonard, Francis, tenter 

... Runcie, Mrs M., profes. cook 

... Bell. J. D. , nurse 

16 Masterton, Mrs Wllhelmina 

18 Kerr, Robert, jobbing gardener 

20 Robertson, Mrs Margaret 

Malcolm street here 
22 Will, James M., factory over- 
seer 
24 Robertson, David, clerk 
... M'Rae, Alex., hairdresser 



ESPLANADE. 

UNION STREKT, SOUTH. 



1 Johnston, W.,Tay Ferries supt. 

3 M'Lean, Geo., motor engineer 

4 Corinthian Boating Club 
Taylor, Robert, & Sons, Ltd., 

coal merchants 
18 Murray, William, foreman 
Lubricants Producers, Ltd., oil 

refiners 
Brown, Wm. , coal merchant 
Scottish Oil and Shell Mex, 

Ltd., depot 
Station house — 
Alex. Anderson, rail, inspector 

ESPLANADE. 

BROUGHTY FERRV. 

Brook street here 

1 Chapman, Mrs John 

2 Bates, Alexander 

3 Greig, Mrs Jane 

4 Dawson, William 
... Dawson, John 

5 M'Laren, John A., merchant 

6 Miller, Stuart S. , houseagent 

7 Mackenzie, John D., solicitor 

8 Penney, Miss J. A. 

... Dunbar, MissJeanieM., teacher 

9 Cowan, Misses 

... Smart, Misses J. and A. 

10 Barrow, Miss E. M. 
... Hunter, John, teacher 

11 Todd, John Clifford, manager 
... Edward, Frank R., jeweller 

12 Sutherland, John, meatsalesmn. 
... Robertson, George, baker 

13 Dainty, Herbert 

... Robertson, Miss Agnes 

14 Gillies, Jas., jun., cabinetmaker 
... Smith, Mrs Helen G. 

15 Eggo, Mrs 

... Dixon, William, manager 

16 Millar, Douglas, chemist 
... Lamb, Alexander 

17 Scott, Walter L., anal, chemist 

18 Wylie, MissE. 

19 Black, Miss E. M. 
Panmure street here 

20 Balfour, W. G., spirit merchant 

21 Whitton, Mrs 

22 Ponsford, Mrs A. 

23 Taylor, Miss 

24 Williams, Mrs J. 
Rugby terrace 

6 Webster, William, painter 

7 Chambers, Mrs Florence, nurse 

8 Gillies, Mrs Jessie 



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Esplanade, Bro. Ferry — continued 
9 Dunn, A. G., traveller 

10 Crombie, G. G., grocer 

11 Westwood,Alexander,checker 

12 Reid, Miss Jessie 

13 Leuchars, Mrs W. 

14 Grieve, Miss C. 
Corporation Putting Course and 

Tennis Courts 
Eastcott — 
J. T. Stewart, insur. manager 

ETON STREET. 

OXFORD STREET. 

1 Mackay, Rev. J. C. 

3 Kennedy, William 
Roselea cottage — 

Alfred J. Talbot, shopfitter 

EUCLID CRESCENT. 
High School; Iau M. Bain 
rector ; Wm. Smith, janitor 
24 High School for Girls ; John 
M'Culloch, caretaker 

4 Original Secession Church 

2 M'Donald & Co., stockbrokers 

EUCLID STREET. 

1 G.RO. 

2 Dundee Savings Bank — 

Alexander L. Ross, actuary 

EXCHANGE STREET. 

CASTLE STREET. 

3 Drysdale, David, saddler 

5 Newsome, John S., newsagent 
7 Scott, Geo. C. M. , millf oreman 

... Cunningham, R. Y., stationer 
9 Wallace, David, butcher 
13 Barrie, D., Ltd., contractors; 

John N. Watson, manager 
15 Moncrieff, Sydney, garage at 

tendant 
... Livie, James M., doekgateman 
... Booth, William, tailor 
... Booth, Mrs Wm., apartments 
17 Paterson, John A., hairdresser 
29 Ogilvie, John, potato merchant 
31 Barclay, Alex., hairdresser 
... M'Lellan,D.C.,tchr. of dancing 
... Gellatly, Mrs 
... Duncan, James, painter 
... Charvill, Mrs, apartments 
33 Ritchie's Express Co., carriers 
37 M'Intyre, P., Ltd., auctioneers 
39 Milligan.DavidW. , lamplighter 
26 Whitton, David P., & Sons, 

fancy goods merchants 



22 Stephen, Geo., &Sons,ironmers. 

20 Coyle, M.,& Sons, whisky mers. 

16 Brown & Tawse, Ltd., ironmers. 
10 Clark, A. Earl, music teacher 
... Johns, Reuben, porter 

... Beaumont, Miss Violet 

2 Stewart, Alex., & Son, of 

Dundee (1924), distillers 

FAIRFIELD ROAD. 

STRATHMARTINE ROAD. 

1 M'Donald, David, foreman 

3 Boyd, Miss L., cashier 

5 Smeaton, James, dairyman 
9 Scott, Charles, carter 
13 Beattie, John, confectioner 

17 Bathie, Neil, milk salesman 

21 Wilson, Victor C, contractor 
Thain, Albert, joiner 

FAIRFIELD ROAD. 

WEST FERRY. 

1 How, David P. , merchant 

7 Craigmore — 

J. W. Scott, manufacturer 
James Cruden, gardener 

Albany road here 
15 Bed Court — Ernest Grant 
William Spence, gardener 

Strathem road here 

Craigmount — S. C. Thomson 
21 Wmyates — 

Alfred Smith, R.D., R.N.R. 

Selbie lodge- 
James L. Peter, merchant 

Strathem road here 

10 Macdonald, W. B. 
Albany road here 

8 Murray, Francis, gardener 

FAIRFIELD STREET. 

OLD GLAMIS ROAD. 

Graham, Jas.M., fruit merchant 

11 Thain, Albert, joiner 

10 M'Lean, W., & Sons, motor 

engineers 
... D'dee Pleasure Services, motor 

hirers 
8 Thistle cottage— Julio I. Villa, 
Spanish consular agent 
M'Lean, Alexander, engineer 

FAIRMUIR ROAD. 

OLD GLAMIS ROAD. 

12 M'Lean, David, & Sons, joiners 
8 M'Lean, James, joiner 

Public Tennis Courts 



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Fairfield Bowling Club 
Baxter, Robt. , & Co. , rope mfrs. 
Miln, Thos., Ltd., reedmakers 

FAIRMUIR STREET. 

CLEPINGTON ROAD. 

11 Galloway, Miss J. 

... Cathro, David M., tinsmith 

... Galloway, J., & Sons, plmbers. 

... Cameron, Geo. M. , upholsterer 

FARINGTON STREET. 

PERTH ROAD. 

1 Dunruadh — 

James L. Rettie, jutemanufr. 

21 Hill Rise- 
Albert East, furniture manuf. 

23 Tillyloss— R. R. Smith, mangr. 

50 Butch art, Alexander 

48 Colquhoun, Mrs W. Y. 

46 Dewar, William, auctioneer 

44 Guild, Thomas C, butcher 

42 Barry, Edward 

40 Arnot, Miss Anna M. 

30 Moraig— 

James A. Briggs, asphalt mfr. 
Arnhall gardens 
2 Newstead — 
David D. Reid, manufacturer 

28 Buttar, Mrs David 

4 Parker, Ed., belting manufac. 

2 Valentine, Ranald L. H., 

publisher 

FARINGTON TERRACE. 

PERTH ROAD 

3 Greymount — 

D. J. Tweedie, solicitor 

5 Christie, Miss A. 
Farington — 

W. B. Dickie, jun., solicitor 
8 Mitchell, George C. 

FERGUSON STREET. 

PRINCES STREET. 

1 Johnman, John H., ironturner 
... Johnman, Mrs Jessie, confectr. 
... Smith, George S., shippainter 

Crescent lane here 
11 Fox, Miss Alice, tchr. of dancg. 
10 Farmer, Alexander, barman 
8 Scott, John S., waste mercht. 

Crescent lave here 
6ASharkey, John, broker 

FERRY ROAD. 

57 M'Leod, David C, tailor 
... M'Leod, Richard, butcher 



57 Peddie, Stewart, railw'y shunter 
61 Chaplin, William, shore porter 
Market street here 
Cattle Market 
101 Macdonald, JohnL.,sackmanu- 
facturer 
Rood/yards road here 
103 Roodyards Burying Ground 
105 Kennedy, John, spirit mer. 
107 Saint Cloud- 
Miss E. M'Corquodale 
109 M'Millan, James B., manager 
111 Millar, Andrew, journalist 
113 St Mary's Rest; Miss Walker, 

matron 
127 Barton, Thomas A., manager 
129 Craigiecliff— Alex. M'Connach, 
cattledealer 
... Anderson, Wm., salesman 
133 Dundee Orphan Institution ; 
Thos. A. Leighton, governor 
135 Watson. Jas. , harbour porter 
137 Smith, Alfred, manufacturer 
1 37AFyf e, Scott, automobile engr. 
139 M'Kenzie, Ewen, gardener 

... Ogilvie, Robt., wood machinist 
141 Carmichael, Mrs Agnes, coufctr. 
143 Langlands, David, cashier 
330 Tay Oilcake Works- 
Northern Agricultur. Co. , Ld. 
Cargill & Bennet, coal merchts. 
328 Baxter, Mrs James 
326 Dryden, Peter, oil refiner 
324 Ross, John, pressman 
Craigie avenue here 
Strips of Craigie road here 
320 Morris, John, motor agent 
318 Baxter, James E., manager 
316 Forster, Wm. H., manager 
314 Cochrane, Charles W., teacher 
312 Roseville— 

Alex. R. Lemon, seedsman 
310 Ingleside— 

Wm. A. Clark, fruit mercht. 
308 Victoria villa — Mrs Jessie Imrie 

Ames L. Imrie, accountant 
306 Stewart, Charles, chartered 

accountant 
304 The Lea Rig- 
Thomas Cunningham 
302 Wilson, David D., teacher 
300 Blair, David, shipyard manager 
298 Darwent, Dr Claude Trevor 
296 Maclean, Robt. G., auctioneer 
294 Stott, Alexander J., journalist 
288 Laurie, Alexander 
286 Chaplain, David S. , manager 
276 M'Kirdy, William, foreman 



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Ferry road — continued 

274 Whyte, David, engineer 
272 Robertson, John, traveller 
.. Robertson, Mina, milliner 
270 Gairns, Robert, civil servant 
268 % Lornie, Miss Elizabeth 
266 Sorbie, Alexander C, instructor 
East Haddon road here 
Craigie terrace 
Robertson, David A., grocer 
Wilson, Miss Jessie 
Macarthur, N. B. 
Wilson, Wm. R. , jute mercht. 
Tulloch, Robert 
Nicholson, And. M., jeweller 
Singer, Mrs 
Wales, Miss Mary 
M'Pherson, Mrs J. D. 
M'Pherson, Ernest D. G., 

teacher 
M'Pherson, Frank W. , secy. 
Fergusbank — 
Miss J. C. Stocks 
William K. Stocks, valuator 
Stocks, Mrs Thomas C. 
M'Ara, Alex., coppersmith 
M'Donald, Robt., fish mercht. 
Duncan, Misses 
Dalgleish road here 
White, Miss Jemima 
Oudney, Alexander 
Stout, John M. , fishmonger 
Dargie, Andrew, city analyst 
Mathiesen, Mrs Christian V. 
Munro, Rev. C. R. 
Stewart. James, draper 
Alston, Mrs William 
Nicoll, Miss 
... Cuthbert, Miss 

Hynd, Miss Agnes J. 
Mai/field place here 
206 Mayfield Hostel for Women 
Students — 
Miss M. Malloch, warden 
Thomas Wilkie, gardener 
204 Smith, Charles 
202 Paisley, Elliot, iron merchant 
Kemlworth avenue here 
Dalkeith road here 
200BRaeburn, James, baker 
200ABrown, Andrew 
200 Bellfield— Findlay Lesslie 
Dr Nona S. Lesslie 
Margaret F. Lesslie, draper 
Ellengowan drive here 
Thornbanh terrace here 
192 Abbot, Miss Janet 
186 Gardiner Mrs John 



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258 

256 
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240 
238 
236 



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232 
230 

228 
226 

224 

222 
220 
218 
216 

214 
212 
210 

208 



184 M'Intosb, Reuben 

182 Lynch, C, confectioner 

S-pringhill here 
178 Balfour, W. G. F., spirit mer. 
176 Ross, Alfred, painter 
... Keenan, MrsCath. F., fruiterer 
... Swan, James 

... Greig, Andrew, dockgateman 
174 Milne, Mrs Alex., restaurateur 
166 Coutts, David, painter 
.. Stewart, John, compositor 
... Dunn, George, lodgekeeper 
.. Parker, James W., foreman 
162 Henderson, John, boot repairer 
160 Elder, Magnus, Ltd., butchers' 

outfitters 
158 Valenti, Antonio, confectioner 
156 Croll, John, boilermaker 
... Tares, William, hairdresser 
... Robertson, William, engineer 
154 Keenan, Mrs C. F., confectnr. 
152 Sime, Mrs C. , dairykeeper 
144 Brown, M. M'M., spiritdealer 
140 Crichton, David, slaughterman 
... Moncur, John, carpenter 
. . . Brownlee, George, sen. , butcher 
... Carson, Charles, engineer 
138 Smith, Adam, gatekeeper 

... Johnston, Adam 
136 Gibson, Wm. C, harbour porter 
... Beid, Murdoch, irondriller 
... Grieve, Charles, jute stower 
... Grubb, Alex., foreman carter 
... Reid, Geo. B., linotype operator 
134 Gatherum, David, upholsterer 

South Baffin street here 
98 Tares, William, hairdresser 
96 Stott, John, grocer 
94 Marshall, David, rly. sheeter 
92 Manners, Miss M., stationer, 

and Sub- Post Office 
90 Sime, Mrs C, dairykeeper 
... Law, Alexander, harbour porter 
88 Ingram, J. R. , baker 
86 Alexander, David E.,shipjoiner 
Nicoll, Mrs Robert, sick nurse 
Bain, David 

Munro, James R. , storekeeper 
Parkhurst, Mrs H. 
Scott, Mrs E. W. 
Baxter, Mrs Jane, dairykeeper 
84 Stark, Thomas, harbour porter 
Hutchison, Misses 
Cooper, William, joiner 
Robertson, Alex., shipjoiner 
Fowler, Archd., frenchpolisher 
82 Graham, Mrs J., draper 
80 Campbell, Wm. foreman plater 



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80 Johnston, Jas. H. , blacksmith 
... Campbell, C. & D., drapers 
... M'Gilvary, Alex., fruiterer 
... Kennedy, William D. 
78 St Matthew's Church 
76 Duify, Miss R., grocer 
74 Strachan, Alexander, tailor 
... Murray, John J., winemerchant 
72 Stout's Fish and Egg Mart 
70 Falconer, Norah M. , lied, grocer 

St Matthew street here 
64 Fair, Mrs Jane, wine merchant 
62 Robertson, Alexander, painter 
... Valentine, James, plumber 
60 Mitchell, Mrs M. B., butcher 
58 Raeburn, George, baker 
56 Christie, George 
... Nicholson, John, harbour porter 
54 Paladhie, R. , fish restaurant 
50 Patrick, John, carpenter 
... Anderson, Wm., brassfinisher 
48 Anderson, Thomas, hairdresser 
46 Gallazzi, A., confectioner 
42 Gordon, James, jun., confec- 
tioner 
40 Westfield Laundry, Ltd. 
38 Barclay, And. V., & Son, bakers 
36 Henderson, Geo., hairdresser 
... Hutchison, John, hairdresser 
34 Methven, Mrs Chas., fruiterer 
32 Nicol, Alex. B. B. , shoemaker 
30 Alexander, Mrs Geo., stationer 
28 Lyall, Mrs David 
... Scott, Adam S., contractor 
... Bastianelli, John, confectioner 
... Gallazzi, A., confectioner 
. . . Cochrane, J. & P. , coal merchts. 
26 M'Lean, John D., undertaker 
24 Walker, David, & Son, butchers 
20 Baxter, Mrs Jane, dairykeeper 
18 Stewart, Alexander, carter 
... Fawns, Mrs W. 
16 Ford, James, hairdresser 
14 Bell, Harry, butchers' outfitter 
12 Dry den, Albert, chemist 
10 Kennedy, Mrs Eliz., draper 

8 Scott, Thomas 
... Neish, C. B., traveller 
... Murray, John B., riveter 

6 Anton, Edwin G., spirit mer. 

2 Wallace Craigie Works ; Wm. 

Halley & Sons, Ltd. , spinners 

FINGASK STREET. 

LAW STREET. 

1 Bowden, Frederick, grocer 

3 Ross, John, manager 

5 Mitchell, Harry J., cashier 
14a 



7 Fleming, Robert L. , manager 
9 Raitt, John, metal merchant 
1 1 Wright, James, millmanager 
6 Whiteside, Wm.,prov. mercht. 

4 M'Gonigal, John C., accountant 
... M'Gonigal, Mrs J. 

FINTRY PLACE. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

3 Dobbin, John, gardener 

5 Johnston, Lyall, customs offer. 
Seafield road here 
Mackenzie, Anthony Traill 

15 Spence, Albert W. D., grain 
merchant 

17 Sinclair, Mrs Mary 
19 Dickson, Mrs J. 

21 Jack, Donald G., solicitor 
23 Mathieson, Rev. William M. 
25 Cunningham, Miss Catherine 
27 Geekie, David, market gardener 

6 Dobbin, William B., gardener 

FISHER STREET. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

1 Duncanson, George, grocer 

7 Watson, William, pilot 

... Lorimer,Alex.N.,churchofficr. 
... Masson, Douglas, cabinetmaker 

Dundas street here 
11 Sievewright, Mrs Jessie, grocer 
73 Gall, John B. , shipmaster 
87 Home, William C. 
Fort street here 
Lifeboat House 
109 Stalker, Mrs Margaret, grocer 
115 Bell, Margaret, dressmaker 
Jetty lane 
Duncan, David, coal mercht. 
121 Grant, Alexander, wine mer- 
chant 
143 Duncan, Mrs C. , confectioner 

18 Thomson, A. K., joiner 

FLEMING GARDENS— North. 

CLEPINGTON. 

1 Markie, James, jun., labourer 
. . . Banks, Patrick , calender-worker 

3 Roger, Alexander, slater 
. . . Harrison, Alexander, labourer 

5 M'Lean, Mrs 
. . . Hennessy , Mrs 

7 Bruntfield, John, labourer 
... Robertson, David, labourer 

9 Jack, W. Y., porter 
... Bisset, George, joiner 
14 Cavin, Miss Jessie 
... Cumming, William, labourer 



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Fleming gardens, North — contd. 
12 Reynolds, Mrs B. 
... Colliston, Mrs Mary 
10 Reilly, Mrs C. 
... Sheridan, Mrs E. 

8 Fraser, Mrs A. 
... Trueland, Mrs 

6 Dallas, Mrs Annie 
... Cumming, A., salesman 

4 Wilson, Robert, watchman 
... Mitchell, James, labourer 

2 Lorimer, Mrs M. 
... Ogilvie, Charles, dyeworker 



FLEMING GARDENS— South. 

CLEPINGTON. 

2 Markie, James, labourer 
4 Raymond, August, millworker 
. . . Sauchness, William, mill worker 
6 Shirkey, John, labourer 
... Stewart, Charles 
12 Findlay, Johnston, tailor 
... Gifford, Robert, labourer 



FLEMING GARDENS— West. 

CLEPINGTON. 

1 Markie, John, millworker 
... Hawkie, Mis W. 

3 Beat, C, slater 
... Knight, Mrs I. 

5 Clarkson, Henry, millworker 
... Jones, Henry, carpenter 



FLEUCHAR STREET. 

MILNBANK ROAD. 

1 Day Nursery — 

Hon. Anne Kinnaird, matron 

7 Bunt, Mrs M., confectioner 
11 Littlejohn, David, bobbinmkr. 
... Poustie, Mrs David 
34 Mill, Archibald, joiner 
... Younger, Mrs John, dressmkr. 
... Cockburn, James, mechanic 
22 Stewart, John, warper 
20 Ogilvie, James, rireman 
... M'Gregor, David, coaldealer 
18 Scrimgeour, Mrs, booksewer 
16 Saunders, Mrs H. M. 
14BMiller, Joseph, linoleum merch. 
14AHarley, William, chauffeur 
14 Lynch, Donald D. , undertakei 
. . . Lynch, Miss Lizzie 
12 Whyte, William, plumber 

8 Finlay, George, nightwatchman 
6 Chivers, Charles 



FLIGHT'S LANE. 

LOCHEE. 

1 Walker, James, tramwayman 
... M'Kenzie, Miss Mary, grocer 

5 Davidson, Andrew, jun., joiner 

17 Lochee Day Nursery ; Mrs 

Taylor, matron 
24 Malone, Peter J., tramwayman 
22 Ferrie, Mrs Annie, confectioner 

18 Sawers, Alex. M., produce dealer 

16 Birrell, Miss Agnes, midwife 
... Hyslop, John, joiner 

8 Walker, Henry, plumber 

FORD'S LANE. 

PERTH ROAD. 

1 Lochhead, John, assist, foreman 
... Gillan, David 

17 Dickson, Rose, confectioner 

14 Johnston, David, blacksmith 
... Small, Miss H., confectioner 
... Davis, J. J., cycle agent 

... Deuchars, Mrs J., confectioner 
... Cran, Jean 

... Anderson, Gordon, licen. broker 
... Staig, Miss Elizabeth, newsagt. 

6 Iamietta, Fred., confectioner 
,.. Webster, Mrs Margaret 

4 Milroy, David, plumber 

2 Dewar, Peter, ironturner 
... Dewar, Miss J., nurse 

... Neill, Mrs Elizabeth 
... Booth, Miss C, confectioner 
... Harvey, Jas. M. C, motorhirer 
... Taylor, Joseph A. 

FOREBANK ROAD. 

VICTORIA ROAD. 

1 Forebank Dye Works ; Wm. 

Watson ( Dundee), Ltd. , dyers 

13 Nunn, Mrs Edward, apartments 

15 Forebank Works 

21 Campbell, David, jutestower 
... Gilruth, Peter, calenderworker 
43 Kidd, David B., baker 
47 Brown, James, coal merchant 
... Fraser, John, furniture dealer 
... M'Avan, Peter, coal merchant 
38 Rae, David, grocer 

Powrie place here 
36 St Mary's R.C. Church 
34 St Mary's R.C. School— 

Marist Brothers, teachers 
24 Morrell, Annie 
... Murray, Mrs Sarah 

Forebank terrace 
1 Lee, Miss 



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1 Gow, William, traveller 
. . . Mudie, Mrs Elizabeth 

. . . Rosen, Isaac, general dealer 
... Hunt, Frank, stationer 
... M'Inally, Hugh, waiter 

2 Dalgetty, Mrs 

... Forbes, John, journalist 

,.. Donachey, James 

... Young, Miss H. O, house 
proprietrix 

... Tulloch, Miss 

. . . Oameron, Mrs E. , confectioner 

... Lamb, R. G., newsagent 
20 Anderson & Wilkie, joiners 
... Brown, Mrs Rachel 
... Robertson, Wm., bookbinder 
... Fen ton, Mary J., tele, operator 
... Heffell, Osborne, plumber 
... Sim, James, electrician 
... Leitch, Neil, clerk 
... Howie, Mrs J. N. 
... Donlou, Gerald, waiter 
18 Thomson, Mrs James 
... M'Laggan, Alex., blacksmith 
... Tough, James G., electrician 
... Ross, Ernest V., clerk 
... Caution, William M., clerk 
... Dolan, James, secretary 

.. Gillies, Wm. D., police constbl. 
16 M'Kenzie, Mrs 
. . . Bowman, David, police constbl. 
... Bremner, David, cooper 
... Kemlo, James W., grocer 
... Campbell, T. W., hairdresser 
... Whitton, Andrew, plumber 
... Buick, Charles, engineer 
... M'Farlane, Andrew 
14 M'Intosh, George, caretaker 

4 Forbes & Christie, calenderers 
... Carr, Miss Annie, dressmaker 
... Bell, Frederick, motordriver 

2 High, George, undertaker 

FOREST PARK PLACE. 

FOREST PARK ROAD. 

7 Electricity Sub-Station 
36 Rose, James, foreman 
... Bell, James, matmaker 
... Adamson, Mrs James 
... Boy es, Alexander, watchmaker 
... Davidson, William, moulder 
34 M'Leod, Peter, signalman 
... Buckley, Bernard J. 
... Ramsay, Mrs Isabella 
... Robertson, Mrs J. 
... Milne, James, railway servant 
... Ogg, William, engineman 
32 M'Innes, Alexander, painter 



32 Soutar, Robert, painter 

... Burns, James, joiner 

... Wighton, George, mechanic 

... Middleton, Thomas, foreman 

... Morrison, Alex., range builder 

... Dick, Edward J., insur. agent 

28 Dunn, Robert 

12 Brown, David, milk salesman 

8 Robertson, Mrs Isabella 

FOREST PARK ROAD. 

BLACKNESS ROAD. 

3 Rossi, Peter, restaurateur 
... Robertson, Wm., calenderwkr. 
... M'Phee, Angus, lorryman 
... Stirling, John, compositor 
5 Walker, William 
7 Turley, MrsE., fruiterer 

9 Somerville, William 

... Robertson, Mrs Margaret 

... Young, George, iron turner 

... Hannah, Harry, storekeeper 

... Soutar, James, motordriver 

11 Galloway, James, coachbuilder 

. . . Roby, Mrs Alexander 

... Millar, William 

... Lamb, Kowland, tailor 

... Small, Miss Janet, confectioner 

. . . Barnes, Robert, enginedriver 

13 Henderson, Mrs William 

... Rodger, Alexander, mechanic 
... Jolly, Robert, confectioner 
... Orcheson, Jas. P., watchmaker 
... Taylor, David 
... Crerar, Donald, hairdresser 
... Johnstone, George, engineman 
15 Patrick, Christie iVI . , whseman. 
... M 'Gibbons, Miss Florence 
. . . Young, Wm. S. , motor-trimmer 
... Lumsden, Miss Margaret 
... Davidson, John, motordriver 
17 Prain, Miss Elizabeth, fruiterer 
... M'Kinlay, Dan., brassmoulder 
... Duncan, John, overseer 
... Black, William, painter 
.. Taylor, Mrs J., licensed dealer 
... Maxwell, Misses 
19 Crammond, Mrs I. , licen. grocer 
Forest Park place here 
Forest Park Cinema ; Harry 
Dickens, manager 
30 Macdonald, Duncan, plasterer 
28 M'Gregor, Thomas, dealer 
... Dunn, Mrs Ellen 
... Chalmers, James, overseer 
... Reilly, Mrs A., dairy keeper 
26 Boyack, Miss Mary 
... Wilson, John, grocer 



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Forest Park road— continued 
26 Garthley, Robert, tenter 
24 Forbes, James, confectioner 
... Wallace, James, overseer 
... Bennet, John A., churcb-officer 
... Robertson, Robert J., traveller 
22 Knight, Robert 
... Wood, George 
... Brady, Miss Malinda 
... M'Gregor, James, joiner 
... M'Kinnes, Robert, dentist 
20 Copley, Edward, waiter 
... Young, Mrs James S. 
... Marshall, William 
... Huggins, William, manager 
... Scott, Charles S., mechanic 
18 Chalmers, Mrs 
... Bell, David, joiner 
... Miller, Misses A. and L. 
... Coyle, Frank 
... Henry. Mrs Jemima 
... Fyffe, David, waiter 
16 Cormie, James, foreman 
... Lindsay, William M., joiner 
... Ayre, Miss Jessie 
... Simms, William H., baker 
... Dwyer, Wm., enginedriver 
... Harkins, John, tenter 
... Begg, Cecilia R. , fruiterer 
14 Skea, Mrs Jeanitta, dressmkr. 
... Duncan, Alexander, plumber 
... Lornie, John, grocer 
... M 'Bride, Terence, clerk 
... Checkley, Mrs Charles 
. . . Livingstone, Daniel, confectnr. 
12 Stevenson, Miss Margaret 
... Ireland, James, mechanic 
... Hunter, Robert, milloverseer 
... Taylor, George M., grocer 
... Gibson, David, moulder 
10 Scott, Mrs Finlay 
... Head, William, signalman 
... Peters, George, cabinetmaker 
... Speed, Charles, confectioner 

8 M'Kaig, John, baker 
. . . Allardice, Wm. , warehouseman 
... Deas, Mrs Margaret 
... Morgan, Mrs G. 
... Brown, I )avid, milk salesman 

6 Allan, William, baker 
... M'Gregor, Albert, clerk 
... Dingwall, James A., clerk 
... Miller, Chas. M., hacklemaker 
... Houghton, Andrew 
... M'Kinnes, George J., tailor 
... Inglis, Mrs Henry 
... Skea, Mrs David 

2 Small, Miss Janet, confectioner 



FORESTER STREET. 

RATTRAY STREET 

2 Philp, Miss 

.. M'Intosh, MrsH. J. 

.. Christie, S. M., lithographer 

.. Crooks, James, plumber 

. . Farquhar, Joseph, comis. agent 

.. Young, William, banker 

.. Stewart, Daniel, teller 

.. Craig, John, traveller 

4 Speed, Thomas, church-officer 

.. Roger, John, plumber 

.. Stark, Miss Agnes 

.. Graham, Mrs 

.. Robertson, Richard D., city 

inspector of lighting 
.. M'Hardy, Wm., church-officer 
.. Lees, David, traveller 
.. Jackson, Robert, brassfinisher 

FORFAR ROAD. 

Morgan Academy — 
Alex. Leighton, rector 
David J. Shepherd, janitor 
1 Fairweather, Mrs H. 

3 Brown, Mrs J. D. 

7 Whitton, A. A., plumber 

Madeira street here 
9 Craigiemount — 

Joseph Williamson, chemist 
11 Nicholson, Miss K. 

Athole terrace 
13 Hardie, George, clerk 
15 Soutar, Mrs Annie E. 
17 Whyte, W. S., insur. manager 

Whyte, Mrs Helen 
19 Fair, Mrs Jane, wine mercht. 
21 Miller, John, millfurnisher 
23 Garland, Alex., tobacconist 
25 Robertson, Alex., optician 

Walrond street here 
2oACorporation Transport Depot 

Dundee Curling Club 

Stobsmuir Tennis Courts 
27 Taylor, James, rector 
29 Scott, Wm., water inspector 

Glepington road here 

Strathview terrace 
31 Clivedene — 

John S. Kidd, merchant 
35 Blackadder, David, solicitor 
37 Bell, Archibald, solicitor 
39 Anderson, Mrs M. F. 
41 Gibson, Robert, architect 
43 Robertson, Mrs William M. 
45 Lee, Mrs David 
47 Ogilvie, John, potato mercht. 
... Stevenson, James M., traveller 



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49 Adie, Misses 

51 Cochrane, Miss A. L. 

53 Cochrane, Mrs Alexander 

55 Langlands, Misses 

57 Hillside- 

Harry W. Tough, manufact'r 

91 Alfriston— 

Peter S. Low, merchant 
Morgan Academy Recreation 
Ground ; Thomas W. Elliot, 
groundsman 
Mains Tollhouse — 
Alex. Robertson, gardener 
Daniel Smith, enginedriver 
Hugh Leslie, shepherd 
106 MacBean, Jas. W. J., manager 
104 Muirlyn— Mrs F. Taylor 

Captain W. Y. Feggetter 
102 Christie, Mrs M. 
100 Cree, Thomas Mudie, clerk 
98 M'Naughton, James, engineer 
96 M'Intosh, Mrs A. M. 
94 Robertson, W. P., motorproptr. 

92 Spankie, David, merchant 
90 Steven, William, cashier 
88 Winter, Fred., bookseller 

Lammerton terrace here 
86 Justice, M. L., house furnisher 

Glepington road here 
84 Rea, Wm. W., licensed grocer 

Buckingham terrace 
82 Lee, Herman J. 
80 Cowley, George F. , secretary 
78 Roger, Janet H., music tchr. 
76 Youug, William, mechanic 
Young, Miss Eliz. , milliner 
74 Cowan, Misses J. and B. 
72 Allen, William 
70 Petrie, Mrs Andrew 
68 Lowson, Miss C. 
66 Carter, Thomas, traveller 
64 Robbie, Rev. James 

LORNE TERRACE 

62 Brown, Mrs Annie 

60 Drummond, Mrs W. D. 

58 Webster, Alexander, librarian 

56 Miller, John R., organbuilder 
Argyle street here 

Morgan terrace 

54 Knuck, James H., merchant 

52 Barrie, Misses E. and J. 

50 Duthie, Miss M. 

... M ' Walter, James M. , solicitor 
48 Johnstone, J. C, tailor 
46 Mackay, Robert 

Mackay, Robt. H. , wine mer. 
44 Stoole, R. 0. , teacher of music 
42 Knight, Mrs A. S. 



Shamrock street here 
Daisybank 
40 Macdonald, Dr J. B. 

Thomson, Frank D. , architect 
... Cuthbert, Henry V., solicitor 
Dry sdale, Mrs James 
Perry, Fletcher, surveyor 
Moy villas 
38 Johnston, Chas. M. , prov. mer. 
... Milne, Thomas 

Craigie, Mrs Frances 
... Milne, John, wholesale grocer 
Cameron, Robert, ret. teacher 
36 M'Gillivray, Dr Malcolm 
34AGibb, Mrs Annie, dairykeeper 

Maryfield terrace here 
34 Soutar, Mrs, confectioner 

Albyn villas 
32 Tolmie, Mrs 

Roy, Misses J. and A. 
Young, David, buyer 
30 Heggie, William, traveller 
28 Millar, James, clerk 
... Williams, Mrs M. 
... Prochaska, Mrs Mary 
.. Mid die ton, William, S. A. officer 
... Hay, Mrs Jessie 
26 Barty, Miss, teacher 
... Herald, Miss, teacher 
... Duncan, Alexander, butcher 
... Buchanan, Mrs Robert 
... Keddie, Andrew D. M. 
... Buchanan, Mrs Robert 
. . . Fyffe, M iss Wilhelmina, statn'r. 

Janefield place here 
24 Low", Dr May A. 
22 Devine, Dr J. B. 

WOODVILLE PLACE 

20a Laird, Mrs John 

... Jack, William, butcher 

20 Byers, Mrs John 

... Thomson, Miss 

... Grieve, George M., clerk 

... Tasker, William, carpetweaver 

18AM'Nicoll, W alter, lecturer 

... Ross, Robert S., engineer 

18 Alexander, Robert B. , joiner 

16 Alexander, R. B. , & Co. , joiners 

Parkview terrace 
14 Scrimgeour, John, engineer 

Robertson, James, recruiting 
officer 

Grassie, Alex. L , representve. 

Ferguson, A. B., butcher 

Chalmers, Charles D.,timekpr. 
12 Ross, Andrew M., engineer 
... Sword, George, com. traveller 
. . . Lambie, J. W . B. , tailor's cutter 



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Forfar road — continued 

12 Hendry, Robert, gardener 
Webster, Allan, lino, operator 

... Blair, Mrs Margaret 
Steele, George, tenter 
Russell, James G, grocer 

10 Cameron, William, foreman 
... Robertson, John F., traveller 
... Findlay, Margaret, milliner 

. . . Findlay , James V. , shoemaker 
... Bruce, Mrs John 

8 Fleming, James, clerk 

... Bell, Herbert W. . salesman 

... Bell, Mrs J. E. 

... Bathie, Mrs James 
Lowe, Mrs Alexander 

... Scrimgeour, William, marine 
engineer 

... M 'Laughlan, Thomas, clerk 
6 Campbell, Mrs Helen 

Chalmers, Frank, salesman 
Shaw, Alfred, overseer 

... Christie, Miss Mary 

... Bell, George B. 

... Buist, Mrs E, 

4 Tait, Richard, joiner 

2 Dundee Eastern Co-operative 

Society, Ltd. 

FORT STREET. 

RICHMOND TERRACE. 

1 Davidson, Rev. A. Nevile 

3 Lawrence, Misses 

5 Bisset, Robert C. 
... Bisset, Miss Helen 

9 Panton, John D., harbour treas. 

11 Galloway, David 

13 Cowper, Ralph C. 

FORT STREET. 

BROUGHTY FERKY. 

St James' Church 
11 Clark, John, waiter 
... Forbes, John M., clerk 
... Crichton, James, vanman 
... Stewart, David, metal polisher 
21 Poison, James, fisherman 
29 Rodger, Mrs Alexander 
31 Rossiter, Thomas, confectioner 
35 White, Robert S., fisherman 
37 Gasparina, G. , fish restaurant 
39 Scott, David, gardener 
41 Dargie, Miss Alexina, fruiterer 

King street here 
43 Meredith, Charles, & Sons 

cabinetmakers 
45 Gall, Thomas M., cabinetmaker 



49 Thomson, George, engineer 

53 Watt, Thomas K., motorhirer 
57 Paterson, Henry, coachbuilder 
63 Fort Street house — 

Dr Malcolm Chalmers 
Long lane here 

67 Easson, B., & Co., grain mer- 

chants 

79 Peebles, Jas., jobbing gardener 
81 Smeaton, Mrs William 

... Macfarlane, Mrs David H. 

. . . Finegan, Michael, spirit merch. 

85 Sutherland, John B. , fruiterer 
93 Lowson, Miss Barbara K. 

95 Farquharson, James, plumber 

Brook street here 

Queen street here 
97 Hill cottage- 
Mrs G. Mackness 
99 Broughty Ferry Ex - Service 
Men's Club 

Camperdoivn street here 

Queen street here 

Brook street here 
88 Ormonde, Mrs P., hairdresser 

86 Gillies & Son, auctioneers 

84 Dundee Savings Bank (branch) 

80 Gall, Mrs Isabella 
72 Fox, Walter H. 

68 M'Leod, Alex. , & Sons, painters 
66 Cuthbert, Henry, cementwrkr. 

Long lane here 
62 Thomson, Thomas B., painter 
60 <->ray, Wm., & Son, wine mers. 
56 Gregory, F. S., wine merchant 
... Bernard, T. & J., Ltd., brewers; 
F. S. Gregory, agent 

54 Davie, James, electrical enginr. 
King street here 

48 Doggrell, John, mechanic 
42 Walker, Mrs Netta, grocer 
28 Wood, George, dairyman 
18 Lowson, David, baker 
... Rodger, John H., bootmaker 
... Davidson, James, baker 

12 Milne, John, spirit merchant 

6 Duncan, David, coal merchant 

FORTHILL DRIVE. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

1 Philp, Alexander 

3 Potts, George, butcher 

5 Martin, Albert, draughtsman 

7 Stark, James, scientific instru- 

ment maker 
11 Joss, John W., shoemaker 

13 White, William G, gardener 
15 Bell, Daniel, gardener 



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17 Yuill, William, salesman 

19 Isard, Arthur, clerk 

21 Crabb, David N,, electriciau 

23 Murray, Percy, lino, operator 

25 Aitkeu, James M., salesman 

27 M'Lean, Robert, baker 

31 Bloomer, John, assist, superdt. 

33 Macintyre, Angus S., clerk 

35 Flight, Mrs William 

37 M'lunes, Alex. P., traveller 

39 Reid, Henry K. , journalist 

41 Anderson, Arthur N., engineer 

43 Redpath, William, insurance 

representative 
45 Hall, Miss Annie 
47 Laird, Mrs William, draper 
49 Robb, Mrs Margaret 
51 Robertson, Duncan S. 
53 Anderson, David, traveller 
55 Gellatly, Mrs Elizabeth 
57 Hall, Geoffrey M., optician 
61 Gourlay, William 
63 Dickson, Charles, policeman 
65 Geekie, William, dairyman 
67 Stewart, Mrs Isabella 
69 Lee, Robert, lithographer 
71 Forrester, Henry, clerk 
73 Seth, Alexander 
75 Waddell, Joseph, clerk 
77 Hickey, Patrick, car conductor 
79 Nicoll, L. G., motor engineer 
81 Philip, Miss Constance 
83 Kennedy, John B., draughtsman 
85 Johnstone, Mrs Ada 
89 Munro, Thomas, plasterer 
91 Smith, Patrick, painter 
148 Methven, William, shipwright 
146 Lawson, James, clerk 
144 Russell, John, nurseryman 
142 Summers, John M., joiner 
138 Coyne, George, salesman 
136 Anderson, James, gardener 
134 Watson, William, draughtsman 
132 Gardner, James, draughtsman 
130 M'Dougall, Thomas 
128 Glenday, Mrs 
126 Sutton, William J., clerk 
124 Bell, George A., engineer 
122 Lowden, Harry, assist, registrar 
120 Merry, William, butcher 
118 Milne, Alexander, salesman 
116 Lawson, Blair B., mechanic 
114 Grant, Joseph, clerk 
112 Medley, Frank, electrician 
110 Stevens. Edward C, labourer 
108 Symington, Albert, clerk 
106 Carver, Robert, salesman 
104 Arthur, Allan, mechanic 



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Whytock, James A., bank clerk 
Tuke, Cyril, representative 
Millar, Mrs Thomas 
Reid, Robert, teacher 
Fyffe, James, manager 
Small, Peter, police constable 
Dalgleish, Robert, salesman 
Daly, Arthur K. , clerk 
Cassie, W 7 illiam, compositor 
Robertson, Andrew 
Stark, James R. , clerk 
Gammage, Herbert A. 
Shepherd, Hector, manager 
Young, Robert 

Watt, Doug. M. , lino, operator 
Bell, Kenneth C, clerk 
Lang, Miss Janet, book-keeper 
Munro, Thomas Milne, teller 
Craighead, Miss Mary J. 
Gall, Peter, teleph. linesman 
Orrock, Adam, greenkeeper 
Learmonth, Catherine 
Allison, William, motordriver 
Adams, Robert, painter 
Birse, John, gardener 
Pickering, Joseph R. ,electricn. 
Robertson, Allan, clerk 
Watson, Henry, teacher 
Condie, George, clerk 
Gordon, James M., clerk 
Brown, Harry, instructor 
Edward, Richard, engineer 
Hand, Harold, traveller 
M 'Kenzie, Thomas, hairdresser 
Reid, Archibald, wine mercht. 
Mill, Edw., teleph. linesman 
Price, Hugh, grocer 
M'Naughton, D., wareh'seman 
Henderson, Benjamin, clerk 
Murray, William 
Robertson, John, gardener 
Stephen, Miss Agnes, grocer 
Thomson, William, bootmaker 
Smith, George, dustman 
M'Neill, Harry, chauffeur 
Sturrock, Donald M.,electricn. 
Campbell, John, clerk 
Linton, Robert J., instrument 

maker 
Linton, Robert, master of works 
Brough, Joseph, policeman 
Robertson, George, clerk 



FORTHILL PLACE. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

1 Wedderspoon, John W.,engnr. 
3 Adam, Patrick C, civil servant 
5 Cummings,Mrs 



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Forthill place — continued 
9 Ronaldson, Andrew, clerk 

11 Young, Robert, chaufleur 

13 M'Neill, William T., traveller 

15 Will, Mrs Eleanor 

16 Lemen, Robert 

14 Coyle, John, painter 

12 Brown, James, chauffeur 

10 M'Murtrie, John A.,civilservt. 
8 Thompson, Albeit E., storekpr. 

6 Yeaman, Alex. F. , journalist 

4 Benvie, John, fitter 

2 Robertson, Norman, dispatcher 

FORTHILL ROAD. 

BROUGI1TY FERRY. 

5 Anton, C. E. 

7 Kydd, James, gardener 

11 Keay, Alex., &Sons, dairymen 
Stephen, Miss Agnes, grocer 
Stewart street here 
Ayrebrayde — 

F. Airth Grant, stockbroker 
Traill street here 
Fintry place here 

41 Thow, Mrs John 

43 Pullar, Joseph, dairyman 

45 Margach, John, gardener 
47 Rae, William B., gardener 
... Dand, John R., vanman 

51 Pullar, Miss Margt., confectnr. 
Balgillo road here 

46 Sharp, Stuart C , merchant 

44 The Beeches — 

Prof. Alexander D. Peacock 

42 Cuthbertson, Mrs James 
40 Ewan, Miss E. P. 

Fintry place here 
Forf arshireCricket ClubGround 
Broughty Games Club Ground 
Grove Acad. Recreation Ground 

34 Malcolm, Mrs F. J. 

30 Forster, A. E. , house furnisher 

28AWebster, Misses 

... Harrow, Edwin 

28 Findlay, John, metal worker 

... Ellis, D. L. 

... Matthew, James, painter 

... Coventry, Harry, painter 

26 Walker, Wm., licensed grocer 

... Lawrie, Robert F., clerk 

24 Kaecraig — 

Ruth ven P. Smith, ironmonger 

22 Sives, John, traveller 

... Wilkie, James, clerk 

20 Crightou, Mrs Robert 

... Millar, Miss Helen S. 
Nursery road here 



14 Keillor, Henry, market gardnr. 
12 Keillor, David, market gardnr. 
... Watt, Charles D., painter 
10 Woodend— 

Samuel J. Sturrock, sanitarian 

8 Rosemount — 

Alexander Potter, shoemaker 
2 Gray, W. B. 

FOSTER ROAD. 

KINGSWAY. 

2 Agnew, Rev. Hugh 
4 Maxwell, Miss A. S., journalist 
6 Scott, Geo. H., foreman printer 
8 Crighton, Mrs L. , confectioner 

10 Peattie, W. G., accountant 
Bruce road here 

12 Eobertson, Henry A., clerk 
14 Murdoch, G. A., stationer 

FOUNDRY LANE. 

EAST END OF SEAGATE. 

Corporation Refuse Destructor 
43 ANDERSON & SONS, black- 
smiths 
45 Campbell, Miss S. 
... Mitchell, Robert, confectioner 
51 Edward, James, millworker 
53 Phillips, Mrs (i., confectioner 
57 Mackie, James 
83 Whitton, Thomas, confectioner 

102 Blackscroft Mission Hall 

100 Mill, Peter, carpenter 
... M'Fee, Robert, labourer 
48 Simpson, James, jute preparer 
... Younger, George, joiner 
... Elder, Thomas, seaman 
36 Watson & Philip, motor engrs. 

FRANCIS STREET. 

STEATHMARTINE ROAD. 

2 Christie, John, mechanic 
.. Simmie, Mrs Jane 

... Alexander, David, frenchplshr. 

... Dargie, Alfred, clerk 

... Mottashaw, Jessie L., grocer 

... Mottashaw, Wm. H, shoemkr. 

FRASER STREET. 

BRUCE STREET. 

1 Rodger, John, confectioner 
... Smith, James, cardriver 

3 Lochrie, Wm. P. , bookkeeper 
5 Slater, John M., bank clerk 

7 Cameron, Mrs Henry, grocer 

9 Butchart.DavidM. .telegraphist 

11 Kerr, John, lecturer 



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13 Stewart, Harry M., dentist 

15 Talbot, Arthur H., clerk 

FREDERICK STREET. 

DOWNFIELD. 

21 Esplin, James, foreman 

23 Lamond, David, water inspector 

Camperdoivn road here 
27 Ramsay, Robert D., grocer 
... Ramsay, Miss 
29 M'Intosh, Misses A. and J. 
3 1 Geekie, Robert D. , manuf actur . 
33 Edwards, Alex. L., manager 
35 Ramsay, John, compositor 
37 Leisk, John, tailor 
39 Anderson, Andrew, dairyman 
41 Webster, Miss Grace 

Americanmuir road here 
43 Scott, Gavin, spirit merchant 
... Brown, William, joiner 
... Justice, Mrs Alexander 
45 Thyne, James C, nurseryman 
49 Ednie, Robert 
51 Hamilton, Mrs 
53 Smith, Miss 

55 Sutherland, Charles A., news- 

agent 
Cloan road here 
57 Stirton, Thomas S. 

56 Rogers, John Y. artificial 

manure manufacturer 
Americanmuir road here 
20 Ford, George, motor engineer 
18 Ramsay, David, joiner 

16 StuiTock, Robert K., engineer 

14 Donnachie, And., potatodresr. 
12 M'Dougall, David, spirit mer- 
chant 

10 Stiven, William 

6 Gass, Thomas, traveller 

4 Kelly, John, confectioner 
2 Anderson, David 

FULLARTON STREET. 

LOCHEE. 

5 Elviu, John, lamplighter 

7 Kennedy, Alexander, grocer 
... Ferguson, Mrs Agnes, statnr. 

9 Ness, Andrew, mechanic 
... Mulliss, James, chauffeur 
12 M'Laren, Mrs Jessie 
... M'Phail, Daniel, labourer 
10 Knight, Robert, bleacher 

8 Carrigan, John, foreman 
... Casey, Thomas, porter 

6 Cowan, Thomas, labourer 

... Donachie, Edward, railwayman 
4 Davidson, Andrew, labourer 



FYFFE'S LANE. 

LOCHEE. 

7 Wilkie, John, carpetprinter 
9 Cochrane, Mrs William 

FYFFE STREET. 

POLEPARK ROAD. 

1 Reilly, Mrs Jessie, grocer 

3 Ferrier, James, carter 

... Dailly, Miss Margaret 

... Gilkison, David 

... Haxton, John, engineer 

Lawrence street here 

10 Scott, John, & Son, joiners 

GANNOCHIE TERRACE. 

CARLOCHIE PLACE. 

1 Cameron, Alexander 

3 O'Hara, John, bank clerk 

5 Brown, Geo. M., fish merchant 

7 Carnegie, Wm. M., manager 
9 Tasker, Miss Kate 

11 Mould, Frederick A., artist 

13 Taylor, Alexander, clerk 

15 Stratton, Misses 

19 Lindsay, Patrick, draughtsman 

21 Dudman, Bernd. H., civil servt. 

23 Whitton, A. G. , hardware mer. 

25 Legg, William C, shipmaster 

27 Bird, Norman J., chart, account. 

29 Mackerrell, Donald, plater 

3 1 Fraser, David G. , draughtsman 

32 Rosine, Robert, shipwright 

30 Macalister, John, boilermaker 

28 Dove, Mrs Isabella 

26 Lowson, John M., engineer 

24 Mackie, Peter S. , blacksmith 

22 Donald, Mrs Nettie 

20 Constable, James H, baker 

18 M'Laren, William A. , traveller 

16 Dick, Winter F., stereotyper 

14 Brown, James R., insur. agent 

12 Elder, William, engineer 

10 Donaldson, Glynn P., customs 

officer 

8 Harmer, Mrs Mary 

6 Milne, Cornelius, saddler 

4 Cameron, Jas. G., insur. agent 
... Cameron, W. M., music teacher 

2 Robertson, Geo., farm servant 

GARDNER STREET. 

LOCHEE. 

11 Cartmill, Mrs Ann, midwife 

13 Mudie, John A. 

... Mudie, Elsie K, teacher 

15 Arthur, Mrs William 

17 Robertson, Robert L., clerk 



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Gardner street— continued 

19 Cummings, Gordon, pharmacist 

21 Henderson, Wm., electrician 

23 Wears, Thomas M.,insur. agent 

25 Spink, John M., compositor 

27 Leslie, Robert, photo engraver 

31 Buchan, Doug. A., printer 

33 Dewar, Miss I. W., dressmaker 

35 Watson, David' S., engineer 
37 Watterston, Jas., civil engnr. 

Kilberry street here 
39 Tait, Stanley, detective sergt. 
41 Wilkie, James, bootmaker 

43 Penny, Alexander, grocer 

45 Hendry, Alex. P. , frenchpolishr, 
47 Paterson, Albert, shipwright 
49 Cameron, Angus, compositor 
51 Gilruth, Miss, milliner 

53 Gordon, Thomas A., joiner 

55 Tait, Alexander, joiner 

57 Fettes, James, millmanager 
68 Beedie, Mrs Williamina 
... Geddes, Keith W., clerk 
... Ahern, James, grocer 
66 Robertson, Miss Helen 
... Turnbull, Mrs Christina 
... Robertson, George S., agent 
... Lowdon, Miss Mary, draper 

Kilherry street here 
60 Smart, George, fitter 

56 M'lntyre, John, labourer 

46 Coupar, William, postman 

44 Soutar, John, calenderworker 

36 Dodds, David, labourer 

32 Anton, William, mason 
... Bell, Mrs Lily 

... Lindsay, William, enginefitter 
30 Martin, MrsC. R., licsd. grocer 
Campbell street here 

28 Anton, George, baker 

26 Fleming, George, clerk 

... M'Dougall, Lawrence, foreman 
mechanic 
Scott, Archibald, bobbinturner 
M'Dougall, David, baker 

24 Moon, David S. , warehouseman 
Dalgleish, James, enginefitter 
Lyon, Mrs John 
Mackenzie, Alex. R., engineer 

22 Pearson, James C, mechanic 
Paterson, W. B., plumber 
Ferguson, Mrs Jessie 
Cowie, James, restaurateur 
Pearson, Norman, dispatcher 

20 Davidson, James F. , baker 
Neish, Alexander, joiner 
Stevenson. Mrs Jean 
Beaton, Alexander, secretary 



18 Gorton, Miss Jane, dressmaker 

... Wilsou, William B. , foreman 

... Campbell, John, blockcutter 

... Kidd, Miss Lottie 

... Jack, George, postman 

... Middleton, George, cabinetmkr. 

16 Carle, Alex. G., woodturner 

... Farquharson, Miss Catherine 

14 Mackie, Andrew W., inspector 

... Millar, Thomas, salesman 

... Dickinson, William 

... Robertson, G. Nicoll, engineer 

10 Fleming, David, motorman 

... Fleming, James, joiner 

... Rutherford, David, hairdresser 

8 Fleming, David, jun., joiner 
... Coull, Alex., housepainter 
... Chalmers, Robert 
... Douglas, James C, joiner 

6 Morrison, Mrs Agnes 
... Fairweather, Miss Ann 

4 Matthew, Frederick, insur. agt. 
... Grant, Mrs Mary 
... Culross, John, mechanic 
... Gunning, John, cardriver 

2 Golden, James, rail, policeman 
... Niven, John, grocer 
... Paterson, Mrs Lizzie 
... Wilkie, David, clerk 
Lawside Convent 

GARDNER'S LANE. 

LOCHEE ROAD. 

4 Dickson, Mrs William 
... Cameron, James, gasfitter 
... Wright, Mrs William 
... Phillip, James H. 
... Clark, Mrs Robert G. 
... Fraser, Mrs J. 
... Allan, Mrs Ann 
... Sivewright, Robert, compositor 
10 Donald, William, plumber 

VlEWPARK COTTAGES 

1 Proctor, Mrs David 

2 Inglis, Mrs John P. 

3 Whitton, David, fitter 

4 Welsh, William 

GARLAND PLACE. 
BARRACK ROAD. 

2 Nelson, Dr Noel 

4 Westwood, Thomas 
... Smith, Mrs T. Y. 
... Murphy, Hugh 
... Murphy, Misses, teachers 
... Patterson, Arthur,musicteacher 
... Patterson, David 
... M'Nab, Robert C, joiner 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



275 



6 Rodger, James, hacklemaker 
... Carrie, J. K. 

... Daw, Alfred R., traveller 
... Lothian, Alexander, baker 
... M'Intosh, Donald, foreman 
... M'Gowan, Mrs James 
... Miln, Mrs 
... Macdonald, Ann 

7 Ness, Miss Mary Y. 

. . . MacLeod, Malcolm C. , stationer 
... Young, Mrs Mary, apartments 

8 M'Ginness, John, draper 
... Whyte, Mrs A. G. 

... Munro, Mrs, baker 

... Will, James G., traveller 

... Will, Miss Christina F., nurse 

... Will, Miss Bella, nurse 

... Leask, Mrs 

... Birse, Mrs 

10 Scott, William L. , draper 

... Clark, Mrs 

... Kimber, Mrs 

... Kimber, Miss, music teacher 

... Kimber, Miss Edith E., teacher 

of dancing 
... Good, Henry, joiner 
... Anderson, Kobert R., engineer 
... Shearer, Mrs H. F. 
... Brown, Mrs A. 
. . . Donaldson, John.f renchpolish'r 
... Tulloch, William, fruiterer 
12 Ramsay, George, collector 
... Smith, James, mechanic 
... M'Rither, D. , jun., tinsmith 
... Allan, Mrs D. 
... Mackersie, Mrs John 
... Mitchell, Alexander, fireman 
... Wills, David 
. . . Wills, Margaret, tobacconist 
14 Sharp, James, tailor 
... Maddick, James, engineer 
... Lawrence, Arthur, joiner 
. . . Staunton, John, warehouseman 
... Mitchell, Charles J., clerk 
... Forrester, Mrs 
... Duncan, Mrs Elizabeth 
Dudhope Castle and Park 
Dudhope Museum — 
Andrew Pattison, caretaker 
Robert Hay, gardener 
John Aimer, park attendt. 
Mission to Adult Deaf & Dumb; 

W. S. Wright, missioner 
Dundee Royal Infirmary — 
Dr Gibson, medical supt. 
Wm. F. Ferguson, secretary 
David Oswald, house steward 
David H. Yule, chief porter 



GELLATLY STREET. 



SEAGATE. 

9 Labour Exchange 

13 Wallace, David, contractor 
... Chalmers, George, contractor 

19 Morris, John, motor-hirer 

33 Fleming, Mrs, newsagent 

35 Borzoni, Joseph, fish restaurant 
37 Hutchison, William, painter 
41 Barrie, William, trunkmaker 

43 Connolly, Catherine, confectr. 

49 Muir, George 

... Surgenor, William J., tailor 
... Weasenham, W.E., assist. insp. 
... Pope, William, driller 

51 St Vincent de Paul Society 

53 Dunkeld Diocesan Catholic In- 
suranceSoc. ; Jas.Dolan,secy. 
59 Salmond & Fleming, grocers 
61 Campbell, T. W., hairdresser 

63 Watson, James, & Co., Ltd., 

whisky merchants 
... Baxter, C. R., & Co., Ltd., 

whisky merchants 
... Gow&Ross, Ltd., whisky mer- 
chants 
... M 'Irvine, George, chauffeur 
... Forrest, George, clothier 
... Forbes, Mrs Alexander 
... Auchterlonie, James, dealer 
65 Easson, Miss M., tobacconist 

64 Linay, F. Carter, res. director 
58 Century Press, printers 

52 M'Leod, Richard, butcher 

50 Connolly, Cath., confectioner 
... Finlayson, William, slater 

... Howden, Thos. ,Ltd., eggmers. 
... Fleming, James, butcher 
48 Edwards, Margaret, grocer 

44 M'Intosh, William, spiritdealer 

34 Lang, Charles J., produce mer- 

chant 
24 Milne, John, & Son, wholesale 
grocers 

20 Bowden, J. & J. , egg merchts. 
18 Smith, R. B. , house proprietor 
16 Philp, Andrew, produce mer- 
chant 

14 National Union of Seamen ; P. 

Davidson, secretary 
12 Gannon, James, boot repairer 
... Petrie, David, fishmonger 
10 Parazone Co., Ltd. 

8 Agenc}' Supply Co. 

6 Anderson, D. H., spiritdealer 

4 Marra, John, engineman 
... Robbie, Wm., foreman carter 

2 Styles, John R., spirit mercht. 



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GEORGE STREET— North. 



MAXWELLTOWN. 

3 Cook, Thomas, boot repairer 

5 Taylor, Mrs Mary 

9 Muirhead, Mrs Jessie 
11 Will & Co., wholesale egg mer- 
chants 
... Rodger, A. N. & Co., jute 

goods merchants 
13 Lavery, Thos. , furniture dealer 
15 Jackson, J. M., cycle agent 
... Muirhead, Thomas, broker 
17 Clark, William P., baker 
19 Stewart, Harry, fruiterer 
James street here 

25 Maxwelltown Works ; J. & A. 

D. Grimond, Ltd., manufs. 
46 Fyffe, Miss Helen, hardware 

merchant 
44 Tortolani, Ernest, confectioner 
42 Thompson, David, baker 
. . . Dickson, Alex. , machineman 
40 Beat, David M., clerk 
... Galloway, William, tailor 
36 Sutherland, David W., boiler 

coverer 
34 Miller, Thomas, puddingmaker 
32 Law, D. & G., slaters 
30 Carmichael, Jas. , coal merchant 

Caldrum street here 
28 Pryde, Miss Bertha 
... Sives, Archibald, confectioner 
... Taylor, James, cabinetmaker 

26 Day Nursery ; Miss H. Chap- 

man, matron 

6 Carstairs, Margaret, dressmkr. 
... Braid, George, baker 

... M'Nab, Robert, bleacher 
... Pandrich, John, clerk 
... Beattie. Alex., lamplighter 
2 Curr, John M., baker 
... Davie, James R. , dentist 
... Fleming, Robt. , factory overseer 
... Simpson, John, baker 
... Dickson, Miss E. 



GEORGE STREET— South. 

FOREBANK. 

3 Phin, Miss L. 

... Dalrymple, Robert J., briga- 
dier, S.A. 
5 Fernie, William H., engineer 
7 Sari, Mrs Walter 
9 Fisher, Stephen G., joiner 
11 Grieve, Robert, works mangr. 
... Craig, Margaret T., draper 
Wellington street here 



23 Mitchell, John, postman 
27 Laing, John, dyeworker 
... Shaw, John, confectioner 
29 Millar, Mrs James 
20 Martin, Mrs William 
16 Charles, George, ironturner 
10 Crawford, Mrs Janet 
. . Nicoll, David 

... Wilson, Peter, calendr. foremn. 
... M 'Lagan, Mrs Charles 
... Miller, James, ironturner 
... Smith, Alexander 
South Ellen street here 
Wellington street here 

4 Lawrence, William, chauffeur 
... Young, James, milloverseer 
... Mitchell, David, salesman 

2 Crighton, John, newsagent 



GIBB'S LANE. 

LOCHEB. 

1 Carr, John N., clerk 

... Hamilton, Stewart, joiner 
... Cameron, Mrs Agnes 
. . . Samson, James C. , spirit merch. 
3 Aitken, Alex. Y., draper's asst. 
... Sadler, William, gardener 
... Marshall, David, gasfitter 
... M'Laren, Miss Jessie J. 
... Brown, Charles, engineer 
... Anderson, Mrs Elizabeth 

13 Graham, William, sen., mason 
... Barrie, George, joiner 

... Reid, John A., engineer 

15 Murray, Mrs J. R., house proptr. 

... Hopkins, T. W., mechanic 

... Morgan, Miss L., retd. teacher 

... Low, Mrs Elizabeth 

... Martin, David, fishmonger 

... M'Donald, Wm. , tailor's cutter 

14 Johnston, John, stationer 

12 Ramsay, Robert, housefactor 
10 Moon, John 

2 St Mary's R.C. Boys' School; 

John M'Donald, headmaster 



GILLBURN ROAD. 

DOWNFIELD. 

6 Ramsay, William P. 

7 Cassie, James H., overseer 

8 Lumsden, Annie 0. 
... Kinnison, Mrs M. 

9 Morrison, Andrew, draper 

10 Sherwood, Joseph, manager 

11 Baxter, George, butcher 

12 Greenhill, James D., chemist 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



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GLAMIS DRIVE. 

GLAMIS ROAD. 

1 Pride, Alexander 

3 Pirie, Mrs George A. 

5 Redmyre — 

Douglass A. Mortimer,solicitor 

7 Couper, Mrs C. H. 

9 Thomson, William F., clerk 
Hillside road here 
13 Grey stones — 

H. Hodgson Garrett 
15 Ames, William M., manager 
... Ames, Dr Dorothy H. M. 

17 Hall, Mrs Joanna, spiritdealer 
21 Scott, James, optician 

34 Nicoll, A., dairykeeper 

Hazel drive here 
12 Westgate — Alt'. W. Kennedy, 
insurance secretary 

10 Whyte, Mrs J. Mackie 

8 Millar, Alexander T. 

6 Valentine, Easton S. , ret. tchr. 
... Dobson, Mrs Geo. B., cert, nurse 

4 Malcolm, Adam.housefurnisher 

GLAMIS ROAD. 

PERTH ROAD. 

3 Duncraig — 
Mrs T. Couper 
Alexander Purdie, gardener 

5 Draffen, William Stirling 

7 Stobie, George, fruiterer 
... Stobie, Andrew, fruiterer 

9 The Bungalow — 

Mrs Frances Mackenzie 

11 Cliftonbank— 

Mrs James Fearns 
B/ackness road here 
21 Fulton, Professor Angus R. 
23 Rheidorrach — 

T. G. A. Miller, insur. mngr. 

25 Westlyn— 

Alfred M. Clark, fruit mercht. 

29 Lyndene — John Clark 
31 Dundas, James, traveller 

Elliot road here 

30 Bisset, Thomas 

26 Smith, James L. 
Glands drive here 

20 Craighall— 

William W. Wilson, merchant 

18 Gowriecote — 

John M'Gill, draper 

GLAMIS STREET. 

MAIN STREET. 

1 Sharp, Hugh, spirit merchant 
3 Dalgety, John, coal merchant | 



5 Douglas, Wm., licensed broker 
7 Stewart, Jessie, grocer 
9 Page, Mary, weaver 

11 Towns, Charles, labourer 

13 Smith, John, machineman 

15 Cathro, Mrs Agnes 

... Crockett, Robert, watchmaker 

17 Baxter, Mrs James 

19 Ramsay, John, milloverseer 

... Farnie, Fred, shoemaker 

21 Mackay , John C. H. , P. O. wrkr. 

GLEBE STREET. 

LILYBANK ROAD. 

1 Belli, Primo, fish restaurateur 

3 Lilburn, James, sawyer 
... Dakers, James 

... Gray, George, labourer 

... Wilson, David, carpenter 

5 Macdonald, Donald, plater 
... Stewart, John, machineman 

Watson street here 

7 Guthrie, John, scavenger 
9 Sheach, Frank, carter 

11 Brown, Colin, riveter 

13 Gorrie, Miss C. 

15 Marshall, Arthur W., tenter 

17 Cunningham, James, secretary 

14 Molinari, A., tinsmith 

12 Watt, Alexander Y., joiner 
10 Burnett, William, labourer 

... Moncrieff, Robt., slaughterman 
Watson street here 

8 Dundee Eastern Co-op. Soc.,Ld. 

4 Conliu, Thomas, labourer 

GLENAGNES ROAD. 

BLACKNESS ROAD. 

1 Baxter, Thomas, janitor 

15 Clapperton, Mrs Robert, dairy 
32 Chasser, Edward, spirit merch. 
30 Robertson, A. F., manufacturer 
28 Carrie, David, painter 

26 Bennie, Keith, plumber 
24 Beats, George P., chauffeur 

22 Soutar, Victor G., traveller 
20 Knight, Miss Jessie 

18 Batchelor, James, butcher 

16 MacFarlane, Alexander, clerk 
14 Michie, Ethel 

12 Lonie, Margaret 
10 Whyte, Misses R. and E. 
8 Thirde,RobertM.,clerkofwrks. 

6 Weddell, James H. , spirit mer. 
4AM'Phie, John, surveyor 

4 Allan, James M., traveller 
2a Anderson, Henry, fish mercht. 
... Landsburgh, William, grocer 



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Glenagnes road — continued 
2A(Jlark, George, chauffeur 
Hillocks, Burton C. 
Bell, Miss E. L., bookseller 
Jenkins, Fred, messenger 

2 Brady, Patrick, grocer 
Vaughan, John, warehouseman 
Third, Wilhelmina, milliner 
Robertson, Jas., engiuedriver 
Munro, Misses M. and J. 
Donaldson, Marion 

GLENCLOVA TERRACE. 

STRATHMORE AVENUE. 

1 Gegan, John R., tobacconist 

3 M'Lean, John, grocer 

7 Beat, George S. 

9 Taylor, David K., overseer 

11 Barnes, George M. , foreman 

13 M 'Donald, Robert G., checker 
15 Cundall, Wilfrid, lino, operator 

17 MacKenzie, Mrs Mary 

19 Troy, Timothy, civil servant 
23 Clow, Miss Annabella 

25 Wilkie, Walter, insur. agent 
27 Neilson, Walter, clerk 

29 Purves, William S. , stereotyper 

31 Whitton, David P. 

33 Brand, John W., machineman 

35 Smith, Miss Jane, teacher 

36 Farquharson, George, builder 

34 Sparks, Alexander P., printer 

32 Ford, Joseph, grocer 

26 Millar, Alexander, manager 
22 Kidd, James, engineer 

20 Warden, I., certified nurse 

18 Doig, Samuel S., stationer 

14 Campbell, Miss M. Munro, 

ladies' hairdresser 

12 Auld, Walter J., lino, operator 

10 Kinloch, George, bootmaker 

8 Gibson, Nicol, baker 

6 Donechy, Mrs Mary 

4 Warden, James, fitter 

2 Ross, Sinclair, hairdresser 

GLENESK AVENUE. 

LOONS RoAD. 

1 M'Leish, Win., police sergeant 

3 Calligan, Thomas, sackdealer 

5 Allan, John, policeman 

7 Duffy, Miss R., confectioner 

9 Wilkie, Mrs K. 

11 Crow, Robert 

13 Easson, Robert, coaldealer 

15 Stark, John E., grocer 

17 Kinloch, Andrew, engineer 

19 Penny, James, clerk 



Robertson, Robt.C, com. agent 
Urquhart, Jas. W. , insur. agt. 
Morrison, William R. , overseer 
Cathro, William A. 
Watson, Robert, insur. agent 
Christie, Jas. A., police const. 
Glenisla terrace here 
Duff, Norman P., traveller 
Murison, Frank, joiner 
Putt, W. F., shipmaster 
M'Leish, David L., optician 
Donald, Fred, car conductor 
Duncan, Mrs William 
Swan, John, baker 
Irvine, John, electrical engineer 
Sim, James, tramdriver 
Hackney, Charles, baker 
Scott, Alexander, insur. agent 
Hood, Levi D., warehouseman 
Christie, Wm., yard foreman 
Whyte, James, railway clerk 
Watt, Stuart R. , joiner 
Irons, David, tenter 
Chisholm, W T illiam 
M'Caffrey, Miss Bridget 
Redpath, James, hairdresser 
M'Walter, John, joiner 
Landsburgh, David, grocer 
Finlay, John, clerk 
Thomas, Albert, clerk 
Soave, Luigi, confectioner 
Yule, James, clerk 
Petrie, Harold, clerk 
Keith, William, goods checker 
Dickson, James F. , clothier 
Duncan, Norman, telep. engnr. 
Richardson, Dvd. , sanit. insptr. 
Jackson, William C. , clerk 
Philip, John, engineer 
Cairncross, John, teacher 
Watson, Thomas, clerk 
Gray, Edward, clerk 
M'Lean, David K , tenter 
Cameron, J. M., stationmaster 
Olass, David, bobbinmaker 
Forbes, Edward, house steward 
MTntosh, Alfred J D. 
Tyrie, John, patternmaker 
Kennedy, John W. , cablejointer 
Ross, William F., clerk 
Walker, John, hairdresser 
Roberts, James S. , manager 
Peebles, Peter, gasfitter 
Noddell. Mrs Mary 
Roger, Wm. P. , calenderworkr. 
Donaldson, George, clerk 
Bird, Mrs Matilda 
Stewart, Robert, patternmaker 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



279 



26 Fisher, Charles M. , clerk 

24 Bullions, Win. A. , photographr. 

22 Mason, John M. 

20 M'Kay, George, chauffeur 

18 Beadie, Alexander, postman 

16 Elvin, Thomas A., inspector 

14 Christie, Alexander, collector 

10 Robb, Joseph, teacher 

8 Whitton, Mrs Jessie 

6 Ramsay, Mrs Allan 

4 Cuthill, And. H. , assist, mangr. 

2 Mann, Mrs L., newsagent 

GLENISLA TERRACE. 

ALPIN ROAD. 

1 Lamont, Robert, gasfitter 

3 Watson, Allan, plumber 

5 Wyllie, Peter, printer 

7 Sim, Richard 

6 Stewart, George, traveller 

4 Langlands, Mark, printer 

2 Reid, Stewart, clerk 

GLENMARKIE TERRACE. 

STKATHMORE AVENUE. 

1 Donaldson, Rachel W., cashier 

3 Laurie, William C. , teacher 

5 Jack, George B., civil servant 

7 Leishman, William, overseer 

9 Geddes, David, traveller 

11 Massie, James, traveller 
13 Milne, Henry C, traveller 

15 Hay ward, Harold, traveller 

17 Kelly, James, foreman 

19 Colville, Miss, teacher of music 

21 Robb, James, confectioner 

23 Kidd, Alexander, clerk 

25 Henderson, Francis, policeman 

27 Finlayson, John L., foreman 
29 Robertson, David M., clerk 
31 Winton, Robert, draper 

33 Winton, John, draper 

35 Galloway, Peter L., storekpr. 

37 Brown, George, collector 

41 Lowden, James N., stereotyper 

Gluioyil avenue here 
45 Brown, William, insurance agt. 
47 Dick, William, butcher 
49 Henderson, Robert B., motor 

engineer 
51 Warden, George M. , foreman 
53 Stewart, Alexander 
55 Guy, James, traveller 
57 Fergus, William C. , watchmkr. 
61 Hill, William, electrician 
63 Williamson, Jas., ironmonger 
65 Marshall, John, book-keeper 
67 Macdonald, J. M. B., clerk 



69 Williamson, A. G, draper 

71 Bell, George B., dispatcher 

73 Scott, William, P.O. sorter 

75 Mitchell, William W., clerk 

77 Sandison, James, ironturner 

79 Scott, Donald, salesman 

81 Dunlop, George C. 

83 Burnett, W. S., baker 

85 Watson, John, assist, manager 

87 M ; Craw, Ernest, clerk 

89 Kennedy, Charles, hairdresser 

91 Reid, William R., grocer 

93 Scott, Miss Annie 

95 Nicol, James, ironmonger 
97 Rae, George A., compositor 
99 Donnelly, Alex., engineer 

101 Flight, David D.,lino. operator 

103 Scrimgeour, Robt. P., storekpr. 

105 M'Cowan, James, clerk 

107 Dunn, Edward, insur. agent 

108 Marr, Mrs Georgina 

106 Dunn, Mrs Isabella 

104 Wilson, Miss Isabella 

102 Duncan, William C. , traveller 
100 Auld, William A., clerk 

198 Low, Mrs Eliza 

96 Fulton, William, lino, operator 

94 M 'Donald, George, salesman 

92 Gray, Thomas, butcher 

90 Paterson, George W., clerk 

88 Doig, Owen, insurance agent 

86 Bisset, George B., cashier 

84 Sturrock, Mrs Catherine 

82 Marshall, David G;, traveller 

80 Mosgrove, Thomas, baker 

78 M'Cormick, R. M., P.O. sorter 

76 Rooke, Mrs James 

74 Fraser, John M., journalist 

72 Wilson, David, mechanic 

70 Drysdale, Wm., jun., butcher 
68 Butchart, William 

66 Smith, A. C, representative 

64 Stalker, J. Victor, journalist 

62 Green, Percy, hairdresser 

60 Kidd, Mrs Marion 

58 Anderson, Mrs 

56 Gardner, David M. , salesman 

Olenogil avenue here 
52 Brown, David P., clerk 
50 Porter, Charles, engineer 
48 Patterson, James D. , inspector 
46 Thomson, Peter, joiner 
44 Rodger, David, chauffeur 
42 Jeffrey, John, architect 
40 Gilbert, Robert, clerk 
38 Kennedy, William, clerk 
36 Boyd, John B. , shopwalker 
34 Clark, Thos. R., linotype optr. 



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Glenmarkie terrace — continue* 
32 Smith, Alexander, clerk 
30 Thomson, Mrs Jane 
28 Moore, David, clerk 
26 Prescott, Mrs Jean 
24 Baxter, Alexander, baker 
22 Townsend, Jas. H , book-kpr. 
18 Burnett, Thomas, mechanic 
16 Maclnnes, John, policeman 
14 Cargill, Mrs J. A. 
... Cargill, Miss, manageress 
12 Beat, David, police constable 
10 Carmichael, Alex., salesman 
8 Ogilvie, James, restaurateur 
6 Chirnside, James, overseer 
4 Robbie, Win. R. , ironturner 
2 Peebles, R. A., dentist 



GLENMOY AVENUE. 

JOHNSTON AVENUE. 

1 Brown, Charles G., chauffeur 
3 Lindsay, George S., salesman 
Glenmarkie terrace here 

5 Landsman, Robert, clerk 

7 Lawson, James E., teacher 

9 Hannah, James, tramway insp 

11 M'Cann, Mrs 

15 Steele, William, jun., builder 

17 Davidson, William, clerk 

19 Boyd, Stewart A., engineer 

21 Rae, Mrs Jemima 

23 Jolly, Jas. K., representative 

25 Crichton, David, engineer 

27 Smith, David 

29 Peter, Alexander 

31 M'Intosh, Alex. S. , police sergt 

33 Martin, John, clerk 

35 Leishman, John S., manager 

37 Munro, James F., cashier 

39 Boath, William, overseer 

40 Stewart, Charles, clerk 

38 Peebles, William R. 

36 Moncur, George, clerk 

34 Steele, Robert, builder 

32 Small, Alex. , assist, librarian 

30 Simpson, David H., clerk 

28 Fitzgerald, John 

26 Adamson, David, civil servant 

22 Cant, Thomas P. B., baDk teller 

20 Johnston, Robert, compositor 

18 Forrester, Mrs G. , spirit merch 

16 Donald, Alex. C, newspaper 

despatcher 

12 Hutton, James, joiner 

10 Sutherland, Ian C. , chemist 

8 M'Laggan, Alex., attendant 

6 Macdonald, John, traveller 



4 Lamb, George B. , clerk 

2 Neill, Daniel C, civil servant 

GLENOGIL AVENUE. 

JOHNSTON AVENUE. 

3 Sharp, William G., caretaker 
Glenmarkie terrace here 

5 Smith, David, boilermaker 

7 Craig, Robt. E., telep. linesman 
9 Macdonald, Mrs Isabella 

11 Haggart, James, factory worker 
Glenclova terrace here 

13 Sweetman, Alfred E.,assur. agt. 

15 Kinnear, Clarence, joiner 

19 Grafton, David, pilot 

44 M'Naughton, Harry, traveller 
42 Petrie, Geo., linotype operator 

38 Scott, Alexander Doig, clerk 

36 Ogilvy, David 

34 Harris, William, cashier 
32 Hill, Edward, foreman 

30 Alexander, Stewart, constable 

28 Farquharson, Mrs Alexina 

24 Taylor, Alexander A. , clerk 

22 M'Lennan, George T., chauffeur 

20 Ferguson, Robt. , sanitary insp. 

18 Conway, James, civil servant 

16 Webster, John, tenter 

14 Brien, Andrew, inspector, P.O. 

12 Tevendale, Robert, upholsterer 
10 Stirling, John, painter 

8 Robertson, George, cashier 
Glenmarkie terrace here 

6 M'Donald, John W., clerk 

4 Hutcheson, David T., clerk 

2 Bruce, William C. , seedsman 

GLENPROSEN TERRACE. 

STRATHMORE AVENUE. 

1 Anderson, George S., clerk 

3 Rae, Edward, millmanager 

5 Rollo, James S., clerk 

13 Dott, George F., engineer 

15 Hume, James, tailor 

17 Shepherd, James, foreman 

19 Anderson, Hugh M., mechanic 

21 Gordon, Ninian R. J., etcher 

23 White, Albert, mechanic 

25 Graham, James M., fruit mer. 

29 Cairnie, Harry R., engraver 

31 Lloyd, John M, hairdresser 

35 Harris, John, secretary 

37 Reid, James, linotype operator 

39 Scully, George, baker 
41 Caird, Ernest, grocer 

45 Kenny, Frank, cutter 

47 Davidson, William, artist 
49 Duff, Albert J., traveller 



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51 Forsyth, Mrs Georgina 
53 Robertson, Wm., cycle agent 
40 Preston, Thomas, bookseller 
... Preston, Thomas, jun. , printer 
38 Connelly, Peter, switchboard 

attendant 
34 Scott, William, miller 
32 Reid, John B. , traveller 
30 Cairnie, James, mechanic 
Glenogil avenue here 
Glenprosen terrace here 
28 Donald, George, plumber 
26 Cochrane, William G., linotype 
mechanic 

22 Kelly, Robert, bank clerk 

20 Wilson, George, secretary 

16 Robertson, Miss Susan, teacher 

14 Winchester, Mary 

12 Taylor, Gabriel K., police sergt 
10 M'Kenzie, John, slater 

8 Baird, Robert, foreman 

6 Yeaman, Arthur S., manager 

4 Wilson, William A., butcher 

2 Massie, George C. 

GODFREY STREET. 

BARNHILL. 

1 Small, W. P., solicitor 

10 Waters, Miss C. 

8 Adamson, R. B., customs officer 

6 Ponsford, Stephen, electrician 

GORDON STREET 

BARNHILL. 

1 Birrell, Mrs Andrew 

3 Purvis, John M., art teacher 
... Nicoll, James 

7 Alexander, Cecil, oil merchant 

9 Godfrey, Miss 

11 Smith, James, carter 

13 Napier, Colin, gardener 

15 Milne, James 

17 Gray, Alexander, butcher 
19 Falconer, Robert B., cashier 

21 Kennedy, Richard, tobacconist 

23 Kennedy, Misses 

25 Kennedy, James, commercial 
traveller 



GORDON STREET. 

LOCHEE. 

1 Burgess, Mrs Mary 
5 M'Kinnon, Arthur 
Coupar street here 
7 Taylor, A., coaldealer 
19 Adie, David, engineer 



GOWRIE STREET 



BLACKNESS AVENUE. 

1 Kermack, Miss Janet 

... Law, James L., tailor's cutter 

... Nicol, William 

... Skinner, Louis, dentist 

... Tilley, Alexander, grocer 

... Lee, Betty, gown specialist 

... Candow, Reginald, salesman 

3 M'Burney, Benjamin K. , tailor 
... Stewart, Mrs Jessie 

... Green, Louis, stationer 
... Lindsay, G. H., clerk 
... Mitchell, Mrs Catherine 
... Lindsay, Mrs Marion, midwife 
... Coutts, Robert, painter 
... Leitch, John, merchant 
Gowrie Street Garage — 
Wm. E Campbell, motorengr. 

4 Minto, William, grocer 
... Milne, Mrs Clementina 
... Gourlay, Mrs James 

... Christie, Alexander 

... Oswald, Miss Janet 

... Paton, Mrs William B. 

... Crow, Mrs Jessie, confectioner 

... Fox, David O, bank clerk 

2 Roberts, Alexander 

GRAHAM PLACE. 

PRINCES STREET. 

1 Brown, Thomas, baker 

... Duncan, David, seaman 

. .. Robertson, Mrs 

3 Carmichael, Peter, joiner 

5 Norrie, James, clerk 
... Mitchell, Mrs David 

. .. Mathieson, James, plater 
. .. Smith, David, engineer 
... Bartlett, Charles, motordriver 
... Scott, William, shoemaker 
. . . Jarvis, William, riveter 
7 Smith, Mrs 

9 Smith, James, shipwright 
... Whyte, Mrs 
... Dewar, Peter, shipplater 
... Soutar, A., newsagent 
... Young, Mrs Catherine 

M 'Donald, John, boilermaker 
Love, David, plumber 
M'Kay, Charles, overseer 
Roy, Miss Agnes 
Frail, Andrew, calenderworker 
Middleton, John, labourer 
Andrews, John, settdresser 
Gerrard, Mrs Marjory 
Murray, James, riveter 
Devioe, Sam., insurance agent 



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Graham place — continued 

6 Kinloeh, Mrs Maria 

4 M'Ginnes, Charles 

2 Esposito, Nicolas, confectioner 

... Butchart, Mrs James 

... Anastasio, Guiseppe, restaurtr. 

... Smillie, Charles, clerk 

... Wilson, Mrs Annie 

... Smith, Robert W. 

... Lochrie, John, shipplater 



GRAHAM STREET. 

CLEPINGTON ROAD. 

1 Christison, James P., supt. 

3 M'Intyre, Hugh, caretaker 
Douglas Foundry ; Thomas 

Russell & Son, engineers 
Clarkson & Co. (Glasgow), Ltd. , 

motor spirit agents 
Anderson, A., motorhirer 
Alexander, Walter,& Sons, Ld. , 
omnibus proprietors 
llADanskin, Mrs Isabella, grocer 
15 Watson, John, stationer 

Woodside terrace here 
25 Sturrock, George H. 
27 Smith, Joseph M., grocer 
29 Smith, David 
31 King, William, joiner 

Woodlands terrace here 
33 Ormond, Christina 
35 Reid, David, police constable 
Kingsway here 

M.S.W. Recreation Grounds 
Gill, Herbt. John, chairmaker 
Dickson, Geo., motor engineer 
Rosslyn — Mrs Annie Dickson 
8 Dryden, James, hacklemaker 
... Dryden, James U. , coal mer- 
chant 
4AMacpherson , C. , police sergeant 

4 Hodge, James, joiner 
... Kydd, James, cardriver 

... Mitchell, Harry, sorting clerk 

... Robertson, Myles, dispatcher 

. . . Sellars, Mrs George 

. . . Bain , John W. , foreman 

... M'Cutcheon, Robert, foreman 

... Petrie, Mollison, salesman 

2 Henderson, James, painter 
... Donaldson, Isaac 

... Richardson, Andrew, plumber 

... Gordon, James, moulder 

... Smith, James, caretaker 

... Mackay, Harry I., taxihirer 

... Robertson, James, joiner 

... Fyfe, Allan B., engineer 



GRAY'S LANE. 

LOCHEE. 

1 Rialto Cinema; A. E. Binnall 
& Sons, proprietors 

5 Ferguson, Alexander, grinder 

7 Lynch, John, jute foreman 
15 Webster, Robert, dairyman 

21 M'Mahon, Bernard, contractor 

10 Sorley, Ebenezer, joiner 

8 M'Kenzie, Bartlet, porter 
... Gray, Miss L., newsagent 

6 Comb, David A., joiner 
... Gow, James, clerk 

... Sword, Mrs David 

... Sword, David, butcher 

... Stewart, Chas., patternmaker 

... Livingstone, Wm. , linotypist 

4 Adams, Thomas, collector 
... Comb, Miss Christina 

... Thomson, John, railwayman 
... M'Dougall, Mrs David 
... Keliie, Thomas, engineer 

GRAY STREET. 

BROUGHTY FERRY 

1 Ferrier, William, pilot 
... Stirling, N. M. 
3 Frew, John 

5 Morton, John, com. traveller 
... Morton, John, jun., accountant 
... Duncan, Alexander 

... Ingram, Jas. G., bakery mngr. 

... Stewart, Mrs William 

... Paton, Alexander, compositor 

... Adam, C. A., clerk 

11 Gilchrist, Miss 

. . . Carr, Mrs Jane 

... Tod, Miss Agnes, teacher 

... Gall, John M., tobacconist 

... M'Cabe, James, hairdresser 

17 Smith, Louis, motordriver 

27 Leo, Mrs Rose, licensed victulr. 

King street here 
29 Scotch Fish Restaurant 
31 Salvation Army Hall 
33 Mason, Miss B. H., draper 
37 M'Cabe, James, hairdresser 
39 Potter, Thomas, confectioner 
43 Ingram, J. R., baker 
51 Jolly 's Hotel ; D. M.Smith, pro- 
prietor 
53 Eoss, James S., bookseller 
55 M 'Walter, Robert, butcher 
57 Hunter, Frank, jun., grocer 

Long lane here 
63 Petrie, Alexander F., grocer 
65 Downie, Mrs W., florist 
67 Ramsay, Walter, fishmonger 



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69 



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101 
103 
107 



167 

136 

134 
132 



130 
128 
126 



124 

122 
120 
110 



108 



104 
102 



Martin, Mrs Ann 
Bro'ty Ferry Liberal Associa- 
tion 
Angus, John, poulterer 
Skinner, William, chemist 
Skinner, Miss Kate 
Sutherland, Hector, gardener 
Gray, Dora 
Dick, Miss Julia 
Ramsay, Alexander, fishmonger 
Gray, William R., bootmaker 
Crichton, Mrs M. G., butcher 
Birrell, Limited, confectioners 
Neilson, J. & B., fruiterers 
Camerons (Dundee), Ltd., fish- 
mongers 
Stewart, J. S., butcher 
Neilson, James, fruiterer 
Gray, George 

Goodfellow & Steven, bakers 
Jolly, C. S., chemist 
North of Scotland Bank, Ltd. ; 
John G. M. Ferguson, agent 
Brook street here 
Tow, James, fish merchant 
Gray, David, stationer 
Coutts, John T. A., ironmonger 
Petrie, Mrs M. F. , confectioner 
Broughty Ferry Station — 
Alex. Morris, stationmaster 
John Menzies & Co. , Ltd. , book- 

stall 
Queen street here 
Air, Mrs E. 
Queen street here 
Stevenson Bros. (Dundee), Ltd., 

dyers 
Macdonald, JohnF. , tobacconist 
Taylor Brothers, coal merchts. ; 

James S. Greig, agent 
Martin, T. , confectioner 
D'dee Pasteurised Milk Co.,Ld. 
Findlay, William, taxi-hirer 
Orr, Charles, joiner 
Neill, James A., club steward 
Grieve, Mrs Thomas 
Kennedy, Mrs Elizabeth 
Robertson, H. B. , chemist 
Pullars of Perth, dyers 
Victoria Stables Garage — 
James Simpson (Broughty), 
Ltd., motorhirers 
Longair, Robert, carrier 
Swankie, James, teacher 
Wilson, James, waiter 
Allan, James M., engineer 
M 'Donald, Annie 
Ogilvie, Mrs David 



102 Mitchell, Mrs Catherine 
100 Halcro, Lettice, photographer 
98 Manderson, JohnM., tobac'nist 
96 Pow, James, fish merchant 
... Jump, William, poultry keeper 
94 Bruce, Robert M., tailor 

Brook street here 
86 Whyte, James S., hatter 
82 Peebles Brothers, Ltd., grocers 
78 Grieve, Thomas, tobacconist 
76 Lowson, Charles C. , bootmaker 
74 Main, William, joiner 
Stalker, David A. 
Hendry, Mrs George 
Lorimer, Mrs Margaret 
Cameron, George, porter 
Taylor, Miss Mary 
Sturrock, George, engineer 
Knowles, John, ruotormechanic 
72 Donald & Strachan, milliners 
68 Lipton Ltd., provision merchts. 
66 Perrozzi, A., confectioner 
64 Lowson, Miss, jeweller 
62 Steven & Dron, Ltd., bakers 
60 Comrie, Mrs Annabella, cooked 

meat maker 
58 Gall, J. M. , wholesale tobacnist. 
56 Lundin, Mrs Helen, art worker 

Long lane here 
52 Webster, Mrs A., spirit mer. 
50 Ross, Louie, confectioner 
44 Broughty Ferry Picture House; 
George A. Greig, proprietor 
40 Livingston, MrsE.R.,restaurtr. 
... Livingston, J. M., caterer 
38 Good Templar Hall 
34 Longair, George, carrier 
32 Robertson, Mrs Helen, news- 
agent 
King street here 
20 Scofield, Charles, hairdresser 
... Barclay, Mrs Barbara 
8 Scofield, Mrs Marjorie 



GRAY STREET. 
LOCHKE. 

29 Mudie, William B., butcher 

... Mudie, Miss B., butcher 

45 Mudie, John, grocer 

59AFenwick, William, dairyman 

62 Aitken, Misses J. and C. 

60 M'Kenna, James, millforeman 

48 Henderson, Violet, dressmaker 

Wellgrove street here 

Reid's lane here 
18 Victoria Spinning Co., Ltd., 
manufacturers 



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GREENDYKES ROAD. 



CRAIGIE AVENUE. 

I Taylor, Geo. N., customs officer 
3 Christie, JohnW., retd. teacher 

5 M'Leod, John, chauffeur 

7 Lumsden, Thomas, salesman 
Noran avenue here 

9 Crawford, Robert, signalman 
11 Sinclair, Colin C, motor sales- 
man 
15 Ritchie, John, marine engineer 

17 Taylor, Charles S., engineer 

19 Michie, David, clerk 
Carlochie place here 
Graigie avenue here 
Carlochie place here 

27 Bone, Clarence, traveller 

29 Ward, Frank, assurance agent 

31 Stewart, Stewart H., storekpr. 

33 Fisher, Miss, teacher 
Balgavies avenue here 
A rbroath road here 

80 Macf arlane, Charles W. , chemist 

78 Clow, James K. , clerk 

76 Adamson, John S., joiner 

74 Johnston, Jas., harbour porter 

72 Grandison, Mrs 

70 M'Intyre, Andrew, teacher 

68 Buchan, Alexander V., clerk 

66 Mechan, William R., artist 

64 Allan Mrs 

62 Matthew, Fred. M., salesman 

60 Donaldson, Charles, jun. , ship's 

officer 
58 Stewart, John, shipmaster 
56 Anderson, James, confectioner 
54 Duncan, Mrs Esther 
50 MacLeod, MissB., secretary 

Balgavies avenue here 
48 M'Laren, Mrs Robert 
46 Miller, Malcolm D., tilelayer 
44 Spence, George A., clerk 
42 Lawson, William R., grocer 
40 Paterson, Joseph, clerk 
38 Gow, George H., shipmaster 

34 M'Donald, E. J., clerk 
Carlochie place here 
Graigie avenue here 
Carlochie place here 

26 Smith, Peter, traveller 
24 Smith, William, barman 

20 Beagin, Felix J. 

18 Meek, Alex., harbour porter 
Noran avenue here 

East Haddon road here 

8 Gillanders, William, electrical 

engineer 

6 Thomson, Allan, foreman 



4 Spalding, Mrs 

2 Robertson, Peter,assistant chief 

constable 

GREENFIELD PLACE. 
PERTH ROAD. 

1 Houston, Robert, electrician 

3 M'Lennan, Miss Jessie 
... Brown, William 

5 Gray, Mrs J. Scott 

7 Morrison, William 

8 Win ton, Thomas, wood mer. 

6 Hamilton, Victor, cinema mgr. 

GROVE ROAD. 

WEST FERRY. 

1 Ireland, D. F., millfurnisher 
3 Lindsay, Mrs Bertha E. 
5 Kemp, Mrs J. 

7 Sivewright, Rev. A. G. B. 

9 Crystal, J. P., merchant 

11 Birrell, William D., cashier 

13 Cox, William H., stationer 

... Cox, Mrs Minnie 

15 Phillip, Charles, teacher 

17 Kay, Miss G. H., music tchr. 

19 Brown, Richard 

21 Kidd, Mrs Thomas 

... Melville, Miss Harriet 

23 Smylie, John,piecewrk. counter 

25 Watson, Harry R. 

27 Anderson, Andrew, engineer 

29 Mann, Miss Isa E. I. 

31 Smith, Alexander, clerk 

33 Robertson, Mrs John 

... Ritchie, Mrs Margaret 

35 Miller, Miss 

37 Guild, Mrs Helen 

39 Jagger, Charles, coal merchant 

41 Tragheim, Alfred, chef 

43 Westlea— 

Robert Kellie, engineer 

Albany road here 
47 Jolly, Alexander, gardener 
49 Bald, Miss Sophia 

Strathern road here 
78 Brown, William, gardener 
76 Moyness — Robert B. Laird 
72 Edgar, Peter, chauffeur 
70 Lowson, David 
... Stewart, William 
68 Lowden, A. Laing, journalist 
66 Wilson, Miss Jane 
... Wilson, William M'G. 
64 Thomson, Mrs T. O. 
... Thomson. Misses, dressmakers 
62 Welsh, Mrs Margaret 
60 Crichton, Mrs M. G. 



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58 Bell, Miss Katherine 

... Elder, Alan G., engineer 

56 Adams, Jeannie 

54 Roberts, John E. , civil engnr. 

52 Watson, Allan, organbuilder 

50 Patterson, Edmund C, clerk 

48 Scott, Miss Jean H. 

46 More, Robert, bank teller 

44 Simpson, Alex. M., insur. insp. 

42 Baird, Mrs Vaness C. 

40 Kidd, J. L., shipbroker 

38 Steel, Miss M. D., teacher 

36 Stone, Mrs 

34 Martin, Miss Mary H. 

32 Cuthbert, Robert, clerk 

30 Turnbull, John A., secretary 

28 Stewart, Mrs A. M. 

26 Lorimer, Mrs 

24 Sturrock, Archibald W. 

14 Milne, JohnM'Lauchlan, artist 

12 Howisoiz, George, banker 

... Cooper, Misses 

10 Barron, Stuart O., architect 

8 Nicol, Robert, headmaster 

6 Yule, Charles 

4 M'Gill, Robert, solicitor 

2 Dickinson, Robert J. 

GROVE ROAD— North. 

WEST FERRY. 

1 Fleming, Mrs K. P. 

3 Chalmers, Wm., bootmaker 

5 Shepherd, Mrs Mary B. 

7 Thomson, John T. 

9 Smail, Mrs Isabella 
16 Westridge - 

Mrs Isabella Jobson 
... Fyvie, Mrs Rachel 
14 M'Intosh, Robert, chauffeur 
12 Wilson, Henry J., gardener 
10 Duncan, George B. , editor 

8 Ferguson, Mrs Marie E. 

6 Jack, Robert, headmaster 

2 Duntulm — 

Alex. N. Wighton, manufactr. 

GROVE STREET. 

SFRINGHILL. 

2 Duncan, George, joiner 
... M 'Donald, Hugh, baker 
... Keith, Mrs 

8 Scott, James, baker 
... Horribine, Mrs 
12 Myles, David, labourer 
14 Dunn, James, clerk 
... M'Bain, William, shiprigger 
16 Stewart, James, carter 
20 Croll, John, boilermaker 



GUTHRIE STREET. 



WARD ROAD. 

9 Arnot's Auto Spares, motor 
accessories 
21 Guthrie Street Baths and 
Washing House 
Henderson's wynd here 
Malcolm 1 's pend here 
27 Morison C. U. Church 
33 M'Kenzie, Mrs David 
35 Cathro, Mrs William 
... Aitkenhead, Mrs M. 

37 Keir, Alex. M., jun., confectr. 

39 Laird, Mrs William, draper 

41 Henderson, Miss, fruiterer 
... Donaldson, John, hamcurer 
... Addison, Alfred, tobacconist 
... Galloway, David, butcher 
43 Henderson, Miss, fruiterer 

45 Macdonald, J as. , restaurateur 

42 Kidd, Andrew G., Ltd., bakers 

40 Anderson, A. B. , salesman 

38 Edward & Stewart, motor 

engineers 
30 Dick, W. B., builder 

HoRSEWATER WYND 

32 Milne, John, aerated water 
manufacturer 

14 Ward house — 

Mrs Jessie Philip, apartments 
Clementine Jobson, C.S. 
M.M.G. 
... Arnot, John, motor engineer 

10 Jobson, David A., iron mercht. 
Session street here 

8 South Mills, Ltd. , spinners 
Brown street here 

4 Tay Works Calender — Gilroy, 

Sons, & Co., Ltd. 

GUTHRIE TERRACE. 
BARNHILL. 

5 Moonie, Alexander R. 

7 Smith, Edwin J., merchant 

9 Bains, Richard, artist 

11 Duncan, John, warehouseman 
... Duncan, Marjory, fruiterer 

15 Smith, David 

17 Forrest, John D., egg merchant 
19 Robertson, William 

Barn hillStation ; John Cameron, 
stationmaster 

HADDON ROAD— East. 

GREENDYKES ROAD. 

5 Will, Christopher H., traveller 

7 Haxton, James G. 

9 White, George, retired grocer 



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Haddon road, East — continued 
11 Duncan, John, salesman 
13 Wighton, Mrs Margaret, draper 
15 Henderson, Mrs Agnes 
17 Martin, George Barclay 
19 Low, David 

21 Falconer, John, tramway insp. 
23 M'Lean, Douglas B., farmer 
25 Gray, Andrew, shipchandler 
27 Millar, Miss M. 
29 Mather, James D., overseer 
31 Clark, David 

33 Morrison, Norman T. , surveyor 
35 Faulds, A. J., engineer's repre- 
sentative 
37 Whyte, A. S., P.O. overseer 
39 Penman, Mrs Jane 
41 Cherry, Percy, manager 
43 Swayne, David, coaldealer 
... Reid, Robert M., coachbuilder 
45 M'Neil, James A., storekeeper 
47 Kenny, Alexander, engineer 

49 Anderson, Alexander, grocer 

51 Nicholson, W.K.,retd. postman 
Crombie terrace here 

53 Cameron, Mrs A. C. 

55 Simpson, Mrs Mary 

57 Kiddie, George, cashier 

59 Powrie, Alex., assistant supt. 

61 Beedie, William, cashier 
63 Robertson, Mrs W. S. 

65 Seaman, George P., teacher 

67 Neish, Mrs M. 

69 Leighton, David 

71 Buttars, David Y. S., dentist 
75 Cameron, John, traveller 

72 M'Arthur, William 

70 Galloway, James T. 

68 Brownlie, James 

66 Ferguson, John, salesman 

62 Grant, Stephen, traveller 

60 Anderson, John, ship surveyor 

58 Swinton, Andrew L , teacher 

56 Fenton, George 

54 Milne, Robert R., clerk 
... Milne, Nurse 

52 Caine. Chas. G., assist, manager 

50 Pollock, James N. , telegraphist 
Wooilburne street here 

48 Aitken, Miss Sarah 
46 Thomson, Alexander, printer 
44 Adamson, Stewart, journalist 
42 Templeton, John, teller 
40 Fraser, Charles, clerk 
38 Gordon, Mrs George C. 
36 Tonge, Thomas, journalist 
34 Brunton, John, journalist 
32 Shields, Mrs Jane 



30 Thomson, Albert S. , foreman 
28 Dalgleish, James W., teacher 
26 Anderson, Laurence, manager 

24 Morton, William E., foreman 
22 Stewart, James S. , ironmonger 
20 Adamson, James K. , teacher 
18 Chapman, Mrs William 

16 Brown, George P. 

... Brown, M.M'Millan, wine mer. 

14 Allan, Douglas, clerk 

12 Pickard, William, clerk 
8 Allan, Forbes, clerk 
6 Luke, Robert, secretary 
4 Sutherland, JohnW.,tobacnist. 
2 Baird, Alexander, fruit merch. 

HALDANE STREET. 

DOWNFIELD. 

2 M'Lennan, Wm. G., clothier 
... Wilkie, Louis, hamcurer 
... Rodger, W., hairdresser 
... Cameron, Daniel, tailor 
... Dorward, Wm., wine merchant 
... Elder, Drummond, policeman 
Downfield Drainage Works 
Downfield South Church 

HAMILTON STREET. 

BARNHILL. 

31 Moonie, Thomas, merchant 
30 Panmure Nursery — 

Jos. Wood & Son, nurserymen 

25 Gall, James, insurance agent 

26 Wood, Joseph, nurseryman 
24 Geekie, William, salesman 
22 Harrison, James, labourer 

20 Easson, Miss 

18 Cowper, John, potato mer- 
chant 
Abercromby street here 

8 M'Neill, James, chauffeur 

HAREFIELD ROAD. 

LOCHEE. 

1 M'Leish, J. B., clerk 
5 Scrimgeour, Alexander 
7 M'Wha, Joseph, labourer 

9 Sturrock, H. W. , joiner 
11 Isles, Misses 

13 Steel, George, foreman 

15 Cruickshanks, Mrs, children's 

outfitter 
17 Murray, David, collector 
19 Hamilton, Alex., policeman 

21 Grieve, Richard, mason 
23 Walsh, John, lamplighter 
25 Reid, David, mason 



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Clement Park — 

Salva'nArmyMaternityCentre 
Foggyley— 
Arthur J. Cox, manufacturer 
William Millar, chauffeur 
James Seth, labourer 
Bloomfield — 
John Grafton Lawson, solicitor 
Devonside — 

Robert J. Lawson 
Beech wood lodge— 
George Webster, gardener 
David F. Berry, electrician 
William Fyffe, foreman 
Ballfield— 
Mrs Margaret Kerr, farmer 
John Kerr, dairykeeper 
60 Peters, Jas. B., assist, manager 
58 Calder, James G., foreman 
56 Borrie, James, engineer 
54 Gilchrist, Mrs Susan 
52 Forbes, John S., musicseller 
50 Munro, Alistair, chauffeur 
Peters, David, manager 
Robertson, David K., manager 
Stewart, James, engineer 
Hillview — David Beil, fruiterer 
Young, George, gardener 
Dargie, James, gardener 
4 M'Gregor, Rev. George 

2 Duncan, Randall, engineer 

HARLEY STREET. 

BROUGHTY FERRY. 

1 MacPherson, Wm., architect 

3 Summers, Richard 
Fenella — 

Raymond Harley, florist 
Camperdown Nursery — 
Harley & Sons, nursery- 
men 

4 Mitchell, William 

2 Fraser, Miss C. B. 

HARLOW PLACE. 

LOCHEE. 

1 M'Hale, Michael, shopwalker 

3 Davidson, William, manager 

5 Thomson, Mrs John 

7 Watts, John, marine engineer 
9 Menzies, Adam, draughtsman 

11 Gray, R. S., builder 

13 Golden, John, car conductor 

15 Burry, William, labourer 

16 Ramsay, Mrs Mary Ann 

14 Hall, James 

10 Markie, John, machineman 

8 Crockett, Charles K., engineer 



6 Mearns, Elliot, police constable 

4 Cadenhead, Matt. B., traveller 

2 Crichton, Wm. M. , electrician 

HARRIET STREET. 

DURA STREET. 

1 Mills, David, ship's officer 

3 Yeaman, Miss J., house pro- 

prietrix 

5 Powrie, William, car conductor 

7 Martin, James, tenter 

9 Devaney , Thos. , warehouseman 
13 Wilson, Nathaniel, rly. worker 
17 Yule, William, baker 
19 Bowman, James, fireman 
... Bowman, Mrs M. , confectioner 
Catherine street here 

4 Adamson, Robert, bootmaker 

HARROW STREET. 

BLACKNESS ROAD. 

1 Kyle, John, manager 

3 Gardner, Mrs Alfred 

4 Brown, Thomas, gardener 

2 Duff, Misses, pawnbrokers 

HAWKHILL. 

1 Johnston's Stores, Ltd., grocers 

5 Singer Sewing Machine Co. ,Ld. 
7 Cochrane, Edward, stationer 

9 Robertson, W., cinema operator 
... Dale, Lennox, sen., printer 
... Batchelor, George, clerk 
... Dickson, Hugh, warehouseman 
11 Brodie, W. H., wine merchant 
21 Coyle, Mrs E. A., spirit mer. 
25 Kane, James, clerk 
... Nannery, Miss Catherine 
... Nannery, E., tobacconist 
... Dale, Lennox, jun., fruit mer- 
chant 
27 Bell, Robert 
... Wilson, John, tenter 
... Gove, Mrs Charles 
... Ireland, Andrew 
29 Winton, J. & R., drapers 
29ACussick, Bernard, spirit mer. 
31 Rollo, Miss Maggie, tobacconist 
... Overs, Geo. A., cinema manager 
... Stewart, Thomas, butcher 
... Nairn, James, joiner 
... Galloway, Mrs Joan 
3lABell, Andrew, & Son, hardware 

merchants 
33 Smith, John, confectioner 
33^Simms, W. H, baker 
35 Hughes, Andrew, caretaker 
37 Kidd, Andrew G., Ltd., bakers 



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Hawkhill — continued 

39 Knight, Alexander, fruiterer 
41 Bennedetti, Joseph, restauratr 
... Ferguson, Thomas, grocer 
... Lawrence, George, seaman 
... Sutherland, William, stationer 
4lAHume, David, housepainter 
4lP.Milne, George W. , hairdresser 
41cTurley, Mrs E., fruiterer 
43 Marshall. Mrs Margt.,spiritdlr. 

Hunter street here 
45 Napier, Joseph, spirit merchant 
47 Vettraino, Lucio, confectioner 
49 Finnan, Miss M., draper 
53 MacLachlan, Duncan, vanman 
53AReoch, Alexander T., chemist 
55 M'Cabe, Peter, baker 
57 Smith, Miss B., tobacconist 
59 Will, Miss M. S., confectioner 
61 Hay, Alfred, yarndresser 
... Burns, Mrs B., broker 
... Brown, Daniel, irongrinder 
73 Heathtield Works ; Thos. Bell & 
Sons, of Dundee, Ld. , manuf s. 
79 Anderson, Hector, sartorial 

valet service 
81 Third, Wilhelmina, milliner 
83 Brown, James, tailor 
85 Young, Alexander W., plumber 
87 Mealmaker,Wm.,& Son,slaters 
... Dundee Coachbuilders, Ltd. 
87AGabrelli, A., restaurateur 
89 Munro, Mrs J., baker 
93 Chalmers, Leonard S., draper 

Kincardine street here 
97 Bowden, Frederick, grocer 
101 Bruce, Miss M. A., draper 

105 KlNLOCH PLACE 

4 Clark, Thomas, boilermaker 

5 Dargie,PeterW.,calenderwkr. 
8 Smith, James, labourer 

12 Boyd, John, hairdresser 

14 Pullen, Peter, printer 

15 Mitchell, Alexander, butcher 
19 Simpson, Mrs Jessie 

21 Conway, Mathew, weaver 

22 Mudie, Miss Margt. , conf ectr. 

23 Wilson, Alex., woodturner 

24 Graham, Mrs Elizabeth 
31 Chudleigh, A. S. 

39 Munro, David, moulder 

40 Fletcher, Edward, glazier 

41 Taylor, James, slater 
49 Butchart, John, driver 
59 M'Cann, James, clerk 

61 Anderson, William, foreman 
107 Aberdeen Fish Supply Co. 
109 Wallace, A. M., butcher 



111 Breslin, Daniel, boot repairer 

... KlNLOCH PLACE 

49 Allan, William, blacksmith 

50 Bramhall, Herbert, foreman 

52 Meldrum, Andrew, moulder 

53 Murrie, Mrs John 

54 Patterson, Charles, instructor 
'56 Watt, David S. R., conductor 
59 Cruickshank, Mrs 

111 Mochan, Miss Cath. , gen. dealer 
lll^Bruce, David T., draper 
115 Eastern Co-operative Society, 
Ltd., grocers 
Isles' lane here 
117 M'Dougall, G. W., fruiterer 
119 Dickson, Wm. G., pawnbroker 
121 Geake, Henry, chemist 
12lAGrieve, Alex. R., engineer 

... Marshall, Mrs Mgt., spirit mer- 
chant 

... Gardiner, David, brassfinisher 

... Angus, Elizabeth 

... James, J. S., tobacconist 

... M'Kinnon, Daniel J., skin 
specialist 

... Mitchell, Henry 

... Greer, J. M., joiner 

... Prain, Mrs Jessie 
121p.Souter, William, grocer 
125 Johnston's Stores, Ltd. , grocers 

and wine merchants 
127 Keiller, J., & Son, Ltd., bakers 
129 Dye, Mrs Margaret 

... Fraser, Peter, carter 

... Robbie, John, joiner 

. . . Robertson, John , calenderwrkr. 
131 Macdonald, David, spirit mcht. 

Watson's lane here 
135 Millar, Mrs, restaurateur 
137 Sturrock, John, hairdresser 
139 Carse of Gowrie Dairy Co. , Ltd. 
141 Gray, J. L., confectioner 

Wi/kie's lane here 
143 Millar, James, fishdealer 
145 Serrecchia,Cesare, confectioner 
147 Leddie, John A., wine mercht. 
149 Stewart, Mrs Elizabeth 

... Butters, Miss Annie 

... Taylor, Peter, plasterer 
153 Eastern Co-op. Society, Ltd. 
155 Cura, Agustino, restaurant 
155AWallace, Harry, piebaker 
157 Honeyman, Sam, painter 
157AMitchell, Fredk. S., spirit mer. 

Lowden's alley here 
159 Sherriff, Miss M., confectioner 
161 Paterson, N. L., fruiterer 
163 Dunlop, Thomas, confectioner 



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163iButchart,MissesJ.&M., drapers 

Betlfield street here 
169 Wilson, Robt. A., licnsd. grocer 
17lAEmslie, Miss I., tobacconist 
173 Home, Mrs Mary, restaurateur 
175 Bell, Mrs G., confectioner 

... Macnair, MissM. B. 
177 Robertson, Jno.W., pharmacist 
179 Russell Chapel 
Ure street here 
181 Dundee Savings Bank (branch) 
195 Ashton Works ; Caird (Dun- 
dee), Ltd.. manufacturers 
197 Matheson, Miss J., grocer 
199 Brown, Miss .Jessie, confectioner 
201 Alexander, David C, butcher 
203 Jean, milliner 

Blackheath place 
1 Martin, Hugh, pastrybaker 
... Miller, Duncan, shop assistant 
... Carse, Mrs Mary 
13 MacMillan, A., bricklayer 
... Low, Peter, labourer 
... Mudie, Mrs Annie 
207 Buik, D. C, tobacconist 
209 Fugaccia, L., restaurateur 
211 Keir, James, funeral director 
213 Fugaccia, L. &D., restaurateurs 

Annfield road here 
215 Wilson, John, licensed grocer 
217 Hughes, James, tobacconist 
219 Adam, Howard, fruiterer 
221 Martin, William, hairdresser 
223 Miller, W. F. , spirit merchant 
227 Gardiner, John 

.. Christie, Miss Isabella, confctr 
229 Gillan,Alex. P., licensed grocer 
233 Black, John, butcher 

Hawkhill Public School; Colin 

M. Morrison, headmaster 
Peddle street here 
247 Mair, John, spirit merchant 
249 Cruden, James, enginedriver 
... Pasini, D., restaurateur 
... Buchan. David, joiner 
... Cairns, Mrs U., confectioner 
... Paterson, Wm. , ironmonger 
... Farquharson, Mrs Mary 
... M'Dougall, William, foreman 
... Brown, Robert, railway clerk 
... Soave, Mrs Mary, confectioner 
251 Kenny, Henry, ironmonger 
253 Cairns, Mrs M., confectioner 
257 Anderson, Henry, fish mercht 
259 Shepherd, Misses B. and J. 
261 Staig, Miss Eliz., newsagent 
263 Prophet, John D., painter 
265 Scott, William R., tailor 
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Tait's lane here 
Moffat, James, spiritdealer 
D'dee Pasteurised Milk Co. , Ld. 
Tindal, Stephen, manager 
Moodie, Frank, grocer 
Lister, Thomas, hairdresser 
Suttie, Mrs Catherine 
Young, Ernest A. , staff-captain, 

Salvation Army 
Ewart, Alex. T., pawnbroker 
Steel, George S., bootmaker 
Elder, Charles, stereotyper 
Smith, Andrew F. 
Clarke, Robt. B., traveller 
Campbell, George, butcher 
Brown, John, railway guard 
Cuthel, Thomas, joiner 
Miller, Mrs, newsagent 
Lyall, Mrs H. 
Robertson, Mrs Thomas 
Williamson, R. H. , bookseller 
Simpson, Thos. G., motor engnr. 
Taylor, James B. 
Hart, Robert, insurance agent 
Boyd, James G. , sculptor 
Wylie, George M 'Vicar, supt. 
Lawrence, John, coal mercht. 
Brown, Thomas, butcher 
Potter, Hector, painter 
Hyson, Reuben 
Campbell, Hugh, foreman 
Scott, Charles, butcher 
Kenneth, Frank, compositor 
M'Nab, James, brassfinisher 
Duffus, Misses J. and J. 
Stewart, Nan, dairykeeper 
Gibson, Robt. , warehouseman 
Stobie, Thomas 
M'Leod, Miss Helen, draper 
Low, Miss Mary 
Neil, Leslie, bank clerk 
Crockett, George L., clerk 
Bowden, Alex. , market gardnr 
Kilgour, Robert, music teacher 
Maclean, D., secretary 
Brodie, Henry D. 
Stephen, Miss J. , music teacher 
Cathro, Miss H., dressmaker 
Cathro, John N. , house proptr. 
Kirkaldy, R. A., marine engnr. 
Cullerton, Peter, boot manager 
Nelson, Robert, manager 
Cross, Mrs 
Walker, Miss 
Dempster, George, joiner 
Mann, Mrs Davina 
Archibald, Norman, wine mer. 
Walker, Helen,maternity nurse 



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297 Keir, Walter, hairdresser 
... Smith, G. Henderson, clerk 
... Steel, Geo. S., surg. bootmaker 
... M'Bain, James, art dealer 

Blackness avenue here 
332 Shepherd, Miss J. M.,dressmkr. 
330 Third, Mrs W. 
328AFarquharson, George, mason 
326 Love, William D., dairyman 

Ritchie's lane here 
324 Greig, John H. C, grain mer. 
322 Powell, Frederick, cutter 

... Edward, Mrs William 
320 M'Mahon, Arthur, wine mer. 
318 Murray, Mrs D. 
316 Western Cycle DepOt ; J. J. 

Davis, proprietor 
314 Wilkie, Robert, butcher 
312 Wallace, J. M., baker 
310 Miller, Alex., home produce 

dealer 
308ALister, Thomas, hairdresser 
308 Iannetta, Fred, confectioner 

Ford's lane here 
306 Dickson, Rose, confectioner 
304 Johnston, C. , licensed grocer 
302 Ca